Garmin Vehicle power cable for GTU10Accessories
Garmin Vehicle power cable for GTU10
Vehicle Power Cable for GTU10?
Plug into any 12V cigarette lighter receptacle to power your Garmin device and conserve battery life. Includes 1.5-amp replaceable fuse.
Cushy Ride Kennel Pad™ Ruff Land KennelSKU: KNLPAD2016$50.95
Cushy Ride Kennel Pad™ Ruff Land Kennel This Cushy Ride Kennel Pad™ Ruff Land Kennel lightweight, soft, thick kennel pad is extremely shock-absorbing, totally waterproof, wonderfully odor resistant and very easy to clean! Fits Intermediate to X-large Kennel sizes (there will be space front and back on Large and XL kennels). Fits flush in Intermediate […]
Tie Down Kit – D-Ring Ruff Land Kennel Tie Down ...SKU: TDD2016$26.95
Tie Down Kit – D-Ring Ruff Land Kennel Tie Down Kit Tie Down Kit – D-Ring Ruff Land Kennel Tie Down Kit For added safety and security this is the accessory you need! The Tie Down Kit – D-Ring Ruff Land Kennel Tie Down Kit includes 4 D-rings, 4 washers and 4 bolts. This kit […]
RuffLand Ventilation Turtle Plate Fan (7″) Ruff...SKU: 7"TRTLPLTFAN$195.95
This heavy duty Ruff Tough Dog Crate fan gives you two fan speeds at the flip of a switch for maximum cooling for your dog, or for minimal power draw to conserve your battery.The LOW setting will minimize your power draw — LESS than 2 AMPS! You can leave your fan on even when your vehicle is shut off. We routinely leave our fans on throughout the entire day without any concern for our vehicle battery, while having the confidence that our dogs will remain safe and cool.
Field tested to withstand weather and vehicle vibration. Connect to your vehicle’s 12 volt cigarette lighter plug, or to your trailer hitch power connector with an adapter cable.
Comes standard with an 8′ single cigarette lighter cord. Additional cords available for purchase separately.
Turtle Plate (7″) mounts to kennel via pre-molded inserts – Fits Intermediate, Large or XL Ruff Land™ Kennels
Low setting draws 450 CFM*
High setting draws 550 CFM*
*CFM is a standard measurement of airflow that indicates how many cubic feet of air passes by a stationary point in one minute. The higher the number, the more air is being forced through the system. For example, a large Ruff Land crate is approximately 12 cubic feet, so this fan on high is capable of completely replacing that volume of air 45 times in 1 minute.