American Power Supply Cords
American Power Cords are keyed by the National Electric
Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Configurations in relation to both
current and voltage. All North American Power Cords are UL and
CSA approved. The outside of factory sealed boxes are marked
with the CSA logo and Hologram UL label. On each Power Cord
there will be a UL file number, and a CSA logo on the plug.
Power Supply Cords
are several different International
Power Cord configurations which cover the majority of all
non-North American applications. Each different Power Cord
carries it's own safety agency approvals. Just as UL and CSA
apply to the standard North American Power Cord, there are many
international approvals which apply.
Voltage Power Supply Cords
the power consumption increases over 125 volts and/or 10 amps, the
plug configuration can change. The different High
Voltage NEMA configurations and IEC configurations provide a
safety feature which keys power outlets so that a Power Cord will
not be plugged into the wrong outlet.
Grade Power Supply Cords
Cords going into a hospital application are subject to special
requirements by Underwriters Laboratories. UL 544 is a symbol
approval which, among other things specifies a specific type of
Power Cord. The "Green Dot" Hospital
Grade Power Cord has a larger, more durable plug. The
entire Power Cord is tested by a method which destroys the cord if
it fails any portion of the test. If the Power Cord passes all
of the tests, then the equipment stamps a Green Dot on the plug.
Power Supply Cords
few of the more popular Specialty
Power Cords are splits and multi-leg Power Cords. If your
requirements extend beyond the normal, then Specialty Power Cords is
the way to go. Power any number of components while drawing
power from only one source. This is just a preview of the
things you can get into.
offer a wide array of Global Connection Applications for computers
and small appliances. The complete set of six
splitters/adapters will convert a standard NEMA 5-15R North American
outlet or IEC-60320-C13 outlet to any combination of IEC-60320-C13
(computer type power outlet) and NEMA 5-15R outlets. The adapters/splitters
are designed to not interfere/block adjacent outlets. The
Adapters have a rating of 10A/125V and will solve the problem of
having the wrong plug on equipment as may occur on meeting the
diverse requirements of International Commerce and travel.
offer an extensive supply of International,
Domestic, and Hospital Grade Power Strips. We list the
most common varieties, but carry all kinds. There are still
more options depending on the level of surge protection