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NEW PRODUCT – Power Cord Cable w/ 3 Conductor PC Power Connector Socket – 6ft 18AWG

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NEW PRODUCT – Power Cord Cable w/ 3 Conductor PC Power Connector Socket – 6ft 18AWG


The standard 3 prong wall plug (NEMA 5-15p) to PC connector (IEC C13) cable was made commonplace by PC power supplies. Today, they can be found providing power connections for many different products such as computers, monitors, printer, projectors and HDTV’s. These cables are great for replacing damaged cables.

This is a 6ft 18AWG Power Cord Cable w/ 3 Conductor PC Power Connector Socket (C13/5-15P). 18AWG is a standard gauge cable and will work perfectly in most applications. These cables are designed to carry up to a 10 amp, 125 volt load. They are safe, strong and reliable!

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