RV Energy Mate

Small In Size, BIG In Features

The power you need, where you need it with PowerSnap.

EnergyMate® is the simple and affordable solution for marinas, RV campgrounds and home. Its compact size is ideal for any location and delivers power with a capacity of 120 amperes where you need it. Just like its big brother — PowerPort®—the EnergyMate® is built to last featuring PowerSnap® panel technology to save you time and money.

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Standard Features

 Non-conductive polycarbonate injection molded body with UV protection

 Prewired with standard copper wire to 200 ampere with provided non-metallic separation of high-voltage and low-voltage

 Field wiring terminals to 2 AWG wire

 Lockable hinged door with your padlock

 PPhoto-cell activated downward lighting with a 5W LED bulb and your choice of a clear, amber or NEW blue lens

 PowerSnap® panels

 Receptacles and breakers to include 50A, 30A and 20A Marine/RV with matching breakers

 Brass connectors/stainless steel screws at all high stress points for stronger assembly

 UL certified, ADA compliant, and meets or exceeds all NEC and NFPA requirements


 Mounting options – (1) Bracket mounting kit for mounting EnergyMate to a pole (2) 42″ powder coated heavy duty 6063 grade aluminum stand for pad mounting (3) in-ground 42″ stand

 Up to (2) 3/4″ hose bibs with ADA compliant turn ball valves and brass backflow preventers on optional stand

 CATV and Internet/CAT5 connectors

 Custom logos available

 Metering both electric and water utilities (water only with optional stand)


2012-06-15_1532.png“We recently installed 42 Energymate power panels at the project I work at where they are susceptilbe to flooding. this spring we has a record flood but was able to remove all the snap-in panels without the loss of any equipment and a small amount of manpower. My hope is to replace all my old style pedestals that can flood with these. They not only are great for flood plane but from a safety standpoint you remove 4 screws pop out old panel, pop in new one, re-install 4 screws and take it to the work shop where you can diagnose the problem, repair it while your customer is enjoying their camping.”— Kelly S., US Army Corps of Engineers Campground, Nolin River Lake, KY

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