agendapop.cl/wp-content/tracking/ziwy-como-localizar.php Something I wouldn't like to carry on a bike.
Whatever I am, wherever I am, this is me. Where is the weight coming from?
At 1 foot it's not so heavy but it won't reach into a tent. To waterproof the bit with the socket on the end I push it into an empty tin, bang a stick into the ground and put the can over the stick.
When I search hookup cable on eBay, it's a bit of cable with a plug at one end and a socket at the other. One end connects to the camp site hookup and the other is a 3 pin UK plug. It's nowhere near long enough to fit into a tent but I found it useful to charge my Garmin, tablet and phone after a day's cycling. It was one of the most useful things I brought on my bike tour as a few hours charging time meant I could carry on camping for longer - one of the main reasons for a hotel was running out of power.
I made sure that it was always in my sight and the slightest hint of rain had me running over to unplug all my devices.
A lot of sites included electricity in their fees; for those that didn't I often charged stuff regardless as I figured it was only a few USB devices which don't draw much power. I'd have paid had anyone come over and asked but nobody ever did! PS - some electrical hookups in Europe also have 2 pin plug sockets so it's worth taking a look even if you don't have a converter cable.
We tour with a Carry Freedom trailer and my intention is to make a custom waterproof box for that and to fit a short hook up lead to it. The two batteries for range could then be charged in the trailer, possibly locking it to the hook up point.
No need for a long cable and no risk of shock, I hope! These consist of some variety of plug UK: At the other end is a damp-proof box containing either a single or multiple 13amp sockets. It will also incorporate an RCD safety mechanism trip switch , designed to cut off the supply in case of an emergency.
IP ratings are about protecting sockets from water penetration — or little fingers. IP44 is the minimum rating to consider. If your tent has a cable entry point, feed you electric hook up lead through it rather than through the front door. It would be a trip hazard. Water and electricity do not mix, always keep the socket box off the floor of the tent.
Electrical equipment should also be kept off the ground. Even small amounts of damp could result in the system tripping, causing fire or even electrocution.
If the conditions inside the tent get damp, stop using the electricity immediately, unplug the appliances and replace the covers over the sockets. Never leave appliances running in an unoccupied tent, or when you go to bed.