At Club Sites the supply cable plug is simply a push fit into the bollard socket, but you will find some sites with hook-ups that require the plug to be pushed in and then twisted.
With this type of hook-up a button has to be pressed to release the supply cable plug.
Always uncoil the supply cable fully to avoid it overheating on a cable reel.
The use of a second cable is not recommended, but if it is used it must be fitted with the same BS EN 60309-2 standard plug and connector.
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It is therefore important you make sure your cables and equipment are maintained in good condition by simple checks every time you use it, by regular inspections by a qualified technician and also by using it in a sensible way.
This can be confirmed on the outer PVC covering of the cable where it should be marked.
The maximum cable length of 25 metres should ensure it can reach the supply bollard at most sites in the UK.
However, the Holiday Site Managers have an overall responsibility for the safety of all campers while on their site, so if a Holiday Site Manager notes any electrical equipment not conforming to the Club’s recommendations or connected to the electrical supply in an unsafe manner he or she is empowered to disconnect that camping unit.
A pitch with electrical hook-up will have an electrical supply bollard within about 20 metres.
Each Club hook-up bollard is individually protected against overload by a miniature circuit breaker (MCB) and a residual current device (RCD).