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  • North American
  • Medical Grade
  • International
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North American Custom

2 Pole 2 Wire
  • NEMA 1-15/L1-15
  • NEMA 2-15
2 Pole 3 Wire Ground
  • NEMA 5-15/L5-15
  • NEMA 6-15/L6-15
  • NEMA 7-15/L7-15
  • NEMA 24-15
  • NEMA 2-20/L2-20
  • NEMA 5-20/L5-20
  • NEMA 6-20/L6-20
  • NEMA 7-20/L7-20
  • NEMA 24-20/L24-20
  • NEMA L8-20
  • NEMA L9-20
  • NEMA 2-30
  • NEMA 5-30/L5-30
  • NEMA 6-30/L6-30
  • NEMA 7-30/L7-30
  • NEMA 24-30
  • NEMA L8-30
  • NEMA L9-30
  • NEMA 2-50
  • NEMA 5-50
  • NEMA 6-50
  • NEMA 7-50
  • NEMA 24-50
3 Pole 3 Wire
  • NEMA 11-15
  • NEMA 10-20
  • NEMA 11-20
  • NEMA 10-30
  • NEMA 11-30
  • NEMA 10-50
  • NEMA 11-50
3 Pole 4 Wire Ground
  • NEMA 14-15
  • NEMA 15-15
  • NEMA 14-20
  • NEMA 15-20
  • NEMA 14-30
  • NEMA 15-30
  • NEMA 14-50
  • NEMA 15-50
  • NEMA 14-60
  • NEMA 15-60
4 Pole 4 Wire
  • NEMA 18-15
  • NEMA 18-20
  • NEMA 18-30
  • NEMA 18-50
  • NEMA 18-60

International Custom

International Plugs
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • China
  • Continental Europe
  • Denmark
  • India/South Africa
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
International IECs
  • IEC-60320-C1/C2
  • IEC-60320-C3/C4
  • IEC-60320-C5/C6
  • IEC-60320-C7/C8
  • IEC-60320-C9/C10
  • IEC-60320-C11/C12
  • IEC-60320-C13/C14
  • IEC-60320-C15/C16
  • IEC-60320-C15A/C16A
  • IEC-60320-C17/C18
  • IEC-60320-C19/C20
  • IEC-60320-C21/C22
  • IEC-60320-C23/C24
  • Other

Custom Medical Grade

Custom
  • NEMA5-15PHGC
  • NEMA5-15PHGG
  • 2 Prongs
  • 3 Prongs
  • 4 Prongs
  • 5 Prongs
  • Fan Cords
  • Right Angle Plugs
  • Retaining Clamps
  • Rack Mount
  • Cabinet Mount
  • Custom Cordsets
  • IEC 309
  • Fused Plugs

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Which Cable Do I Need?

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Twisted Pair Cable

In this type of power cable two or at times more copper wires are used. These insulated wires are twisted or wrapped around each other and are color-coded. The variation in the number of wires makes the difference as far as resistance to outside disturbances is concerned. The more the number of wires the better the ability of the cables to keep out noises and disturbances. These cables offer ease of installation and do not cost much. Twisted pairs are mostly used in telephones lines.

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Coaxial Cable

In this type of power cable the steel conductor is plated with copper. This is further wrapped in layers of metal and then shielded with plastic. These are used in home audio-video systems, computer networks and television. There are several versions of coaxial cables such as semi-rigid, hard line, twin axial, RG/6 and biaxial.

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Shielded Cable

In this type of power cable insulated wires are used that are packed together using Mylar foil made of aluminum. These insulated wires can be one or even more depending on the functionality of the cable. The aluminum shield is put in place to keep the cable protected from power irregularities and external disturbances. These are capable of transmitting high voltage therefore shielding is necessary for these types of cables.

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Ribbon Cable

In this type of power cable many insulated wires are placed parallel to each other giving it an appearance of a ribbon. This parallel wire design makes it possible for more than one signal to transmit at the same time. A standard ribbon cable can have four wires or more; up to a dozen. Ribbon cables are used to connect different components of a computer and also to connect network devices.