Wondering which to buy? Here's help.
The main choice is between Wire in or Plug in Galvanic isolator. Both do exactly the same job.
• Choose a Plug in for the simplest option - just plug it in to either end of the electric hook up cable.
• Choose Wire in if you want your isolator permanently connected in to the boat's electrical system.
This model simply plugs into your electric hook up cable at either end. It completely blocks all Galvanic currents, and has a built in detector that warns you if your boat has Earth Leakage, which can quickly cause serious damage to a boat's metalwork. It's our personal recommendation, and our best selling Galvanic isolator.
This is the perfect choice of Galvanic isolator when you want the Galvanic isolator to be part of the boat's permanent electrical installation. It needs to be installed on the boat. It's a simple job, well within the capabilities of many DIY-ers. Galvanic currents, are totally blocked and a remotely wired indicator warns you if your boat has Earth Leakage, which can quickly cause serious damage to a boat's metalwork.