Mains Extension 1.8m Male to Female Power Cord/Cable - Black
1.8m Scan Power Cable, C14 to C15 Mains Extension Lead, Rubberized, Black
By DPD On 6th Jul
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Rubberized Power Cable
1.8m C14 to C15 mains cable, designed to allow you to connect equipment that has a C16 socket (C15 on cable), such as servers and rack-mount switches to UPS or PDUs with C13 outputs (C14 on cable). The C15 connector, although similar in appearance to the C13 has a higher temperature rating of 170 degrees rather than 70 degrees. You can tell the difference between a C13 and a C15 connector by the notch in the connector; this means a C15 plug will work with a C14 and a C16 socket. A C13 plug however will only work in a C14 socket.
• 3G 0.75mm Cable (H05RR-F)
• Length 1.8 metre
• Rubberized Power Cable
• VDE Approved C14 Connector
• VDE Approved C15 Connector
• VDE Approved C14 Cable
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