About the NOCO GC017
Do you need to connect 12-volt devices to your vehicle? NOCO's GC017 connects directly to your battery with its integrated battery clamps, and its 12-volt plug gives you an additional 12-volt port for running devices such as tire inflators, coffee makers, vacuum cleaners, and more. The cord's 24" length gives you additional room to locate your devices. The female 12-volt plug's water-resistant cap protects against the elements, and the 10-amp fuse guards against short-circuits. Power your 12-volt appliances with this handy NOCO adapter.
- power your favorite 12-volt devices directly from the battery
- runs tire inflators, coffee makers, vacuum cleaners, and more
- 10-amp fuse
- length: 24"
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # GC017
What's in the box:
- 12-Volt plug w/ battery clamps (15A inline fuse)
NOCO GC017 reviews
Use this in conjunction with NOCO GC019 to connect to hard to reach battery, then the 019 is a 12' extension cable that I plug an inverter to and then a medical device to the inverter.
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More details on the NOCO GC017
12-Volt Plug w/ Battery Clamps: The Noco 12V Adapter Plug with Battery Clamps (GC017) connects directly to your battery with integrated battery clamps. Easily power your favorite 12-volt devices directly from your battery, like a tire inflator, vacuum, coffee maker, fan, cooler and more. It features fused connections for increased safety and a water-resistant cap to protect the 12-volt female plug socket from the elements. Made from a high-conductivity 16AWG copper wire and a rated capacity of 15-amperes
Heavy-Duty Design: The GC017 creates a solid weatherproof connection for protection against dirt, water, UV, & impact resistant. Its made from a high-conductivity 16AWG 100% copper wire encased in flexible silicone that is built for maximum current flow. Its built with molded strain reliefs and durable, high-performance silicone wire for flexibility in cold weather environments.
Inline Fuse: Sometimes electrical systems can overload or short-circuit if not used correctly (like pushing too much power, or jamming the cord in your door or hood). Although those situations are rare, the included 15A fuse is there to stop any potential harm to you or damage to your equipment.
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