This adapter cable provides fused, DC power to Peplink Pepwave Max and Transit Series mobile routers using a standard cigarette lighter 12v plug for in cab use. This cable connects via the standard 2.1MM barrel connector on mobile routers and then connects conveniently to your 12V cigarette plugs in your truck, trailer, or RV. 4FT of cable is included along with a 3A inline fuse that accepts standard AGC glass fuses available at any hardware store. A 3A fuse is included.
- 4' DC Cable Harness
- LED Indicator that power is on
- 3A Blade AGC fuse pre-installed in plug
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- house system
Does what it says
I have mine hardwired to my 12v house system (with an illuminated rocker in between) in my van, but this is nice if I pull it out and want to use it in a car. At $30 it's a bit overpriced, the $15 price feels more reasonable and gives me more peace of mind than using a cheap cigarette adapter non-sine wave invertor.
I decided to include this item in my order because sometime I user the router in my car as a mobile wifi. This give us a great flexibility. Strongly recommend this adapter.
If you plan to use 12v and have a 12v power supply socket, this is the easiest way to go. Set up is so quick you won't have time to put it to the stopwatch test. We chose this option over the hardwired option (also available from MMH) because we simply 'pull the plug' when were not using the RV, a quick and easy way to turn off our PW Router.