SmartPlug approved for military use

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After finding success in the marine and emergency vehicle markets, SmartPlug was recently approved to conduct business with the U.S. Department of Defense.

The company's products are now eligible to be listed in the U.S. Military Purchasing Directory.

SmartPlug is a shore power system designed to replace the twist-type design in use today. It's intuitive to use and provides greater protection against loose connections and corrosion, the leading causes of shore power failure and fires.

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