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 A //shore power port// is designed to let you plug power cables into the side of your van or RV.  As discussed above, RVs typically use 30A/50A service -- they use [[https://​amzn.to/​2TCV4WJ|this kind of port]]. A //shore power port// is designed to let you plug power cables into the side of your van or RV.  As discussed above, RVs typically use 30A/50A service -- they use [[https://​amzn.to/​2TCV4WJ|this kind of port]].
  
-Vans typically use [[https://​amzn.to/​2VUwDAI|15A ports]]. ​  ​[[https://​amzn.to/​2F8SChD|Some are pre-cabled]] so you can plug the inside cable to a [[https://​amzn.to/​2F7sZxI|power strip]], [[https://​amzn.to/​2VWXHPQ|breaker box]], or other distribution device.+Vans typically use [[https://​amzn.to/​2VUwDAI|15A ports]]. ​  ​[[https://​amzn.to/​2F8SChD|Some are pre-cabled]] so you can plug the inside cable to a [[https://​amzn.to/​2F7sZxI|power strip]], [[https://​amzn.to/​2VWXHPQ|breaker box]], or other distribution device.  A [[electrical:​converter|converter/​charger]] can then be wired to the distribution point.
  
   - use a [[https://​amzn.to/​2EZka7E|hole saw]] to bore the hole in the van wall to the port's specification   - use a [[https://​amzn.to/​2EZka7E|hole saw]] to bore the hole in the van wall to the port's specification
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