Do you have a weekend getaway coming up to explore the wonderful sights Australia’s rural landscape has to offer? CaravanMods is your one-stop destination for all your essential camping supplies. When travelling to remote areas, you’ll need a ready power supply for all your caravanning needs. From your portable fridge to a TV or phone charger, a power supply is essential for your camping experience to run smoothly.
While household power sockets are 10 amps, most caravan circuits are 15 amps. Therefore, to ensure a safe power connection, you must invest in a 10 amp to 15 amp adaptor to plug your caravan or camper trailer into a house or other power socket.
Discover our 15 amp to 10 amp converter
At CaravanMods, our 15 amp to 10 amp converter allows you to connect your 15 amp power lead into a 10 amp power outlet safely and legally, with the added safety of RCD earth leakage protection in case you accidentally overload the device. This handy adapter allows you to easily connect your 15 amp Lead to a 10 amp outlet, so you can power your caravan when a 15 amp socket is not available.
Prepare for your next camping adventure with a 15 amp to 10 amp converter
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our expert team, who would be happy to help.
Can you convert 15 amp to 10 amp?
Yes, you can convert 15 amps to 10 amps with a 15 to 10 amp adapter. With this handy adaptor, you can safely and easily connect your 15 amp devices to a 10 amp outlet via the adapter. A 15 amp to 10 amp adaptor for caravans is a must-have for frequent or first-time campers or travellers looking to use their 15 amp devices where only a 10 amp outlet is available.
Why do caravan parks have 15 amp?
Caravan parks have 15 amp power outlets to accommodate a wide range of electrical devices since caravans, RVs, and other recreational vehicles typically have different electrical requirements than standard homes. By having 15 amp power outlets, caravan parks can provide power for various devices. This makes it easier for travellers to use their devices on the road.