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YakPower YakPower Battery Terminal Connector With 96" Pig Tail - SAE to Spade

YakPower
$ 19.99
Excl. tax
In-Stock
Stock number:
YP BTP96
UPC/EAN code:
607520031691
SKU code:
BTP96

YakPower Battery Terminal Connector With 96" Pig Tail - SAE to Spade - YP-BTP

The Battery Terminal Pig Tail allows you to plug the Power Panel switching system, a Power Port, or your 12v accessory with a Power Plug directly to a 12V battery. The pigtail also comes with 2 ring terminal adapters for use with larger batteries that do not have spade connectors. The pig tail includes a water tight, booted fuse holder and 15A fuse.

Yak-Power lets you spend less time wiring and more time fishing.

Features:

  • 96” (8ft) wire
  • Yak-Power plug-and-play SAE connector to battery spade connectors
  • Ring terminal adapters for larger batteries
  • In-line booted water tight fuse holder with 15amp fuse

Includes:

  • 96” (8ft) pigtail
  • In-line booted, water tight fuse holder
  • 15A fuse
  • 2 ring terminals adapters

 

Works with Power Ports (YP-PMC48S, YP-PMC96S, or YP-PMC144S), Power Panel switching system (YP-RP5R), and Power Plug  (YP-SAE4)


Always make sure the Yak Power plug-and-play connectors are completely pushed together when connecting the system together.   

All SAE connectors are not exactly alike. Yak Power uses our own custom tooled, high tolerance, very snug fitting connectors with larger gauge real copper wire to insure a quality, weatherproof, and reliable connection.

All Yak-Power plug and play accessories are specifically designed to work together while maintaining the correct battery polarity throughout the entire Yak-Power system. Use of other aftermarket connectors or splicing other connectors into the Yak-Power system may cause damage to the system or to the accessories connected to the system and void your warranty.

CAUTION: Always pay attention to the actual wire colors of all Yak-Power accessory cables to insure that the RED (+) wire is always connecting to the RED (+) wire on the connector into which it is being plugged.

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