Adding USB multipurpose outlets! - How to build a Teardrop Trailer #11

Total time: 4-8hrs

Tools used

  • Miter saw or Table saw
  • Scroll saw
  • Drill and Impact
  • Pocket hole jig
  • Knife and wire strippers

Materials used

  • Purebond plywood
  • Glue
  • 1" Pocket hole screws
  • GFI receptacle
    • Receptacle cover
    • Leviton USB receptacle
      • Receptacle cover
      • 10' 6awg stranded wire
      • 30amp exterior male connector
      • 10' 12awg romex solid wire
      • 12v Voltage and Current LCD (optional)
      • 12v Cigarette outlet (optional)

Hey folks, today we are going to continue on the electrical system on the teardrop trailer! We add 2 custom plugs for the rear galley and the to the main part of the front cabinet. I think they turned out great! Super excited to get this checked off the list!

30Amp twist on outlet plug, this will work in all RV parks.
30Amp twist on outlet plug, this will work in all RV parks.
The 30Amp outlet threaded on
The 30Amp outlet threaded on
110v GFI shown in the back galley, drawers will be added to the left side later
110v GFI shown in the back galley, drawers will be added to the left side later
Voltage readout on top; 12v cigarette outlet and a 110v outlet with USB for mobile devices
Voltage readout on top; 12v cigarette outlet and a 110v outlet with USB for mobile devices

I want to say thanks to all the folks who give me tips in the comments below!

Teardrop Trailer Build Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRo2-oLCRSD7-HwKlRXiUfhlfzdDJjTWE

I am using PureBond plywood, see more details here. http://purebondplywood.com/ or http://www.columbiaforestproducts.com/product/columbia-radius-bending-plywood/