I need a cable that is outside and ready to go all the time. I was going to get a hpwc, which is clearly rated to hang outside all the time. But since i dont need the high amps of the hpwc others have said a Umc should be fine. If I shelter the 14-50 box and plug and the umc brick, is it ok for the cord to hang outside all the time? In the rain and snow and sun? Is it hot? Presumably the brick switches off the downstream cable until it senses it is plugged in? Any weather or elements reason to prefer the hpwc instead of the umc? Even if it is dialed back to 50 amps? The umc manual says " Do not use the Mobile Connector when either you, the vehicle or the Mobile Connector is exposed to severe rain, snow, electrical storm or other inclement weather. When transporting the Mobile Connector, handle with care and do not subject it to strong force or impact or pull, twist, tangle, drag or step on the Mobile Connector to protect from damage to it or any components. Protect the Mobile Connector from moisture, water and foreign objects at all times. If any exist or appear to have damaged or corroded the Mobile Connector, do not use the Mobile Connector." Thanks for any info.