NARVA Trailer Socket

Maintain batteries on the go with innovative new NARVA Trailer Socket

Leading automotive lighting and electrical company, NARVA, has released a new 7-pin flat trailer socket in New Zealand that also features a built-in heavy-duty battery connector, providing added versatility for buyers.

Developed with camping, caravanning or boating enthusiasts in mind, the product is ideal for people who regularly tow vehicles requiring battery maintenance to the trailer or caravan, to power onboard equipment.

The 7-pin trailer plug delivers power to operate the standard stop, tail, reverse and licence plate lights, while also providing a built-in, heavy-duty battery connector that delivers up to 50A of power to the battery to charge, maintain or power equipment such as fridges.

“With so many demands these days from an increasing number of devices on a caravan or boat, it’s very easy for a battery to become depleted and unable to provide vital power, especially to fridges and freezers,” says Tim Paterson, National Sales Manager for Griffiths Equipment, which distributes NARVA products in New Zealand.

“This new socket and connector enables things like fridges and freezers to be powered while being towed, so you don’t arrive at your destination with spoiled food.”

This innovative socket and connector features a heavy-duty, moulded hard plastic housing for superior reliability, while also combining a sleek, low profile design that is easy to mount and compatible with the standard mounting plate on most common tow bars.

When not in use, the connector can be sheathed for protection using its hard-wearing rubber tab, while the 7-pin socket spring loaded protective cover benefits from side tabs, making it easier to open.

For added performance, this product includes silver-plated copper contacts to suit 8mm² (8B&S) cables.

The new NARVA new 7-pin flat trailer socket with built-in, heavy-duty battery connector (part no. 82048BL) is now available from leading automotive outlets throughout New Zealand. More information is available on the website.

For further information contact Tim Paterson, Griffiths Equipment Limited New Zealand (09) 525 4575.