All modern caravans and motorhomes should be supplied with a 25-metre flexible cable (usually orange, so that it can be seen in the grass to avoid people tripping over it) with pre-fitted 3-pin blue connectors suitable for UK sites. They should be compliant with BS EN 60309-2.
What plug do you need for a caravan?
In general, bike carriers are equipped with a 7-pin plug. The same applies to older trailers, boat trailers or horseboxes. In more modern models of these tow objects, the 13-pin plug is more and more common. A caravan always has a 13-pin plug.
What are the two types of cable?
Cables are classified into 5 types depending upon their purpose as follows:Ribbon Electric Cables. It consists of multiple insulated wires running parallel with one another and is used for transmission of multiple data simultaneously. Shielded Cables. Twisted Pair Cables. Coaxial Cables. Fibre Optics Cable.
Which type of cable does not require bedding?
PVC cable does not require bedding.
What is the difference between wires and cables?
The basic key difference between wires and cables is that a wire is a single conductor whereas a cable is a group of conductors. And in case of cables, they run parallelly and are twisted or bonded together to form a single case.