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C19 - Dual locking C14, 15A, 250V, 3ft

C19 to Dual locking C14 Power Cord | 15 A | 250 V | 3 Feet
Quantity Discount Pricing
1-9 10-24 25-99 100-249 250+
$28.99 $28.99 $27.79 $26.79 $25.59

The ShowMeCables 44-466-003 is a C19 to Dual locking C14 power cord used in critical Infrastructure, hospitals, internet providers, and power station markets. This lock cord comes with an dual locking C14 connector which gives better security against accidental disconnection in the case of tension or vibration. The power cord supplies a current of 15 A and is suitable for connecting critical equipment to the power source.

The 44-466-003 power cord can fit in any standard port and contains a push/pull locking mechanism to prevent accidental disconnect which could cost companies thousands of dollars. This push-lock cord comes with a 250 V rating and is suitable for IT techs, offices, server room installers, and maintainers. The ShowMeCables push lock cord has a 3-feet length and is primarily designed to use with monitors, scanners, printers, server rooms for PCs or PDUs and other devices that use a 3-pin connector. This power cord is vibration resistant and is a perfect replacement for your lost, damaged, or inadequate cord.

ShowMeCables has the largest in-stock selection of 15 A power cords with same-day shipment for domestic and international orders. Make your online purchase right now to take advantage of our same-day shipping. For further information on similar products, our expert technical support and knowledgeable sales team can help you get the perfect C19 to Dual locking C14 power cord for your requirement.

  • -20C to +70C temperature range
  • Locking system for standardized IEC C13 outlet
  • No accidental disconnection
  • Data centers
  • Industrial equipment
  • Mobile applications
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