About this Item
- UL listed electrical components
- Complete in-line 220v GFCI with 6 ft. control cable
- Built with 14/5 electrical control cable
- Multiple lengths of control cable available
The 220v GFCI Wire Harness is UL listed, Class-A Rainproof, and made of marine-grade electrical components. Compatible with all boat lift motors. The GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) features the GFCI inline with the wire harness. Allows two motors to use side by side plugs. Equipped with test and reset buttons. Proper installation required. GFCI protects the user from severe electrical shock from electrical short, voltage leak, or water detected. Made by BH-USA.
What is a GFCI?
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), or Residual Current Device (RCD) is a circuit breaker. This device reduces the risk of electric shock. It shuts off an electric power circuit when it detects that current is flowing along an unintended path, such as through water or a person.
SJTW 14/5 Boat Lift Control Cable
The SJTW 14/5 Boat Lift Control Cable is UL approved electrical cable wire. Features a black jacket coating with poly rope filler that covers the 5 gauged color wires. The color wires include; black, white, red, orange, and green. 300 maximum voltage. Used for anything electrically wired by BH-USA. Including boat lift switches, boat lift motors, and other power sources. Made by BH-USA.
What is SJTW?
SJTW is an industry abbreviation used on wire and cable. S is for service; J for junior (which means hard service instead of extra hard); T is the coating (thermoplastic/vinyl); W – weather approved. It is a hard service, thermoplastic cable rated for 300V, and approved for outdoor use.
What is 14/5 & 12/5 mean?
The designations describe what gauge wire and how many wires inside the jacket of the control cable. 14/5 means there are 5 – 14 gauge wires inside the cable jacket. 12/5 means there are 5 – 12 gauge wires inside the cable jacket.