AC WORKS® Wisdom: SS1 & SS2
Posted by Christopher Hahn on
For a long time, there have been mainly two different types of connectors for shore power: NEMA SS1 and NEMA SS2, with “SS” meaning ship to shore. Recently, the SS1 is becoming phased out with SS2 becoming the sole connector option.
What are the main differences between the two? Watch this video to find out!
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Is there a difference between SS2-50P cable and the SS2-50R cable.
Getting ready to purchase a 50 amp cable want to make sure I am purchasing the correct item for my equipment.