HyPower, Power Port, power pedestal, RV

Unrivaled Versatility in a dock power pedestal

Featuring the PowerSnap Panel and Weather Base

HyPower’s design and engineering have always been about ease of use for our customers. PowerPort® marine power pedestal is the culmination of that philosophy. It stands out over other traditional power pedestals with four functional built-in sides for added flexibility and convenience. PowerPort’s wired, modular design features the PowerSnap® panel and 400 ampere capacity is certain to keep you ahead of your ever-changing electrical needs.

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Standard Features

  •  Non-conductive polycarbonate injection molded body with UV protection
  • Safer more secure internal fastening system
  • Prewired with standard copper wire to 400 ampere with provided non-metallic separation of high-voltage, low-voltage and water
  • Field wiring terminals to 350 kcmil for current carrying conductors and 2/0 AWG grounding
  •  Lockable hinged door with your padlock
  • Photo-cell activated 360̊ downward lighting with a 9W LED bulb and your choice of a clear, amber or NEW blue lens
  •  PowerSnap® panels
  •  Receptacles and breakers to include 100A, 50A, 30A and 20A Marine/RV with matching breakers
  •  Brass connectors/stainless steel screws at all high stress points for stronger assembly; no more leaning on the docks or wallowing out
  •  UL certified, ADA compliant, and meets or exceeds all NEC and NFPA marine power pedestal requirements


  • PowerSnap Hurricane Weather Base
  •  Up to (2) 3/4” hose bibs with ADA compliant turn ball valves and brass backflow preventers
  •  Lid/top colors: white, blue or green
  •  CATV and Internet/CAT5 connectors
  •  Custom logos available for branding
  •  Utility metering both electric and water with remote read capability


“Our marina has been through three hurricanes. Thanks to the PowerSnap base we were able to remove our pedestals from their bases and  save them from being damaged. We also really like being able to change power from slip to slip by just snapping in a different panel.”— Brian W.
Sportsman Marina, Orange Beach, AL

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