Single Pole Plug

Reinforced zinc die-cast housing for durability

  • For liftgate applications utilizing a trailer battery pack
  • 100 amp continuous capacity; 200 amp intermittent capacity
  • Heavy duty, reinforced zinc die-cast housing
  • Lug for 4 ga. cable included
  • Installs with standard lug crimp tool (crimp code gray)
  • Mates with 15-320 socket

Products

Part #
Description
15-335
Single pole plug

Featured Technology

Featured Technology

WEATHER-TITE™ M2

WEATHER-TITE™ M2

The industry's only dual pole plug connection with superior corrosion protection.

Features
  • Weather-proof, unbreakable housing completely molded to the electrical cable to combat against corrosion.
  • Additional corrosion prevention with the WEATHER-TITE seal.
  • Interchangeable with any standard J3082 liftgate dual pole socket.
Why WEATHER-TITE M2?
  • Prevents moisture and contaminants from entering the socket cavity.

QCP™

QCP™

The industry's only replaceable plug cartridge for 7-Way electrical cables.

Features
  • Designed with a plug interior over-molded to the cable.
  • Glass filled nylon material to withstand tough impacts.
  • Easy to install in minutes.
  • Completely sealed to eliminate moisture intrusion.
Why QCP?
  • Quick and easy maintenance.
  • Prevents corrosion.

STA-DRY® QCMS2™

STA-DRY® QCMS2™

A revolutionary socket and plug hybrid in one, designed to eliminate corrosion.

Features
  • Locks out road contaminants, completely stopping the devastating effects of corrosion.
  • Pairs with the QCS2 boot, replacing the socket, and is rarely removed.
  • Industry’s only corrosion-free, tractor-side electrical connection.
Why STA-DRY QCMS2?
  • Minimal maintenance required on the tractor-side
  • Avoid downtime due to corrosion
Product Resources
Mar 2, 2017

Liftgate Essentials

Aug 5, 2016

Single Pole or Dual Pole Cables: What’s the Difference?

Jan 11, 2017

Liftgate Cable and Connection Maintenance

Jan 29, 2019

Keeping Corrosion Out at the Liftgate Connection

May 6, 2011

Is Your Liftgate Keeping You Down?

Feb 6, 2014

The Importance of Keeping Your Liftgate Battery Charged