ECore Heavy Duty CPU/PDU Power Cord - C14 to C13 - 15 Amp
15 Amps | 250 Volts | 14 AWG | SJT Jacket | UL Listed |
C13 to C14 Power Cord - 1 Foot Black Heavy Duty Cable
The most commonly used power cord in data centers, this cable is used to connect PCs to power distribution units (PDUs). It is essential to have the right length power cord in your data center. It maximizes organization and efficiency while preventing interference.
- Length - 1 Foot
- Connector 1 - IEC C14 Inlet
- Connector 2 - IEC C13 Outlet
- 15 Amp 250 Volt Rating
- SJT Jacket
- 14 AWG
- Certification: UL listed
Q: What is the difference between a SVT jacket and a SJT jacket?
A: SVT jackets are thinner and more flexible and only come in 17 or 18 AWG sizes. SJT cords have twice as much insulation making them less flexible. They can be produced in gauges sizes from 10 to 18 AWG.
Q: I'm not sure which power cable I need. Can you help?
A: The different power connectors can be confusing. We have a chart on the resources tab to help you determine which connector you need.
Q: What is the difference between this cable and the 10 amp version?
A: The 10 amp version is the most cost efficient cable. It will handle most computer applications because PCs draw very low amperages. The 15 amp version is thicker and can handle power hungry equipment.
IEC connectors are the standard connectors as recognized by the International Electrotechical Commission. They are non-locking connectors rated up to 250 volts. The IEC standard uses a numerical approach to distinguish which is the outlet and which is the inlet. All odd numbers (C5 C13 etc.) are the outlets which plug into the even number inlet. The odd number connectors mate with the even number directly after them. For example a C13 plugs into a C14 but will not plug into a C12.
|C5||C6||Yes||2.5||Laptops, Apple, iMac sometimes referred to as "Mickey Mouse" connector|
|C7||C8||No||2.5||Non-Polarized version. Very common plug found on audio video equipment laptop power supplies.|
|C7||C8||No||2.5||Polarized version. Very common plug found on audio video equipment laptop power supplies|
|C13||C14||Yes||10 or 15||Very common found on most computers and peripherals|
|C15||C16||Yes||10 or 15||Used for small appliances that get very hot.|
|C19||C20||Yes||16 or 20||2005 PowerMac Cisco, Power Supplies Ciscoo, Chassis Dell workstations.|
|1-15R||1-15P||No||15||Typical two prong connector found on lamps, radio clocks, and other small electronics|
|5-15R||5-15P||Yes||15||Typical three prong connector found in modern homes. It is also found on countless electronic devices.|
|L5-15R||L5-15P||Yes||15||Locking version of the 5-15|
|5-20R||5-20P||Yes||20||20 amp connector. 5-20 recepticles will accept a 5-15 plug.|
|L5-20R||L5-20P||Yes||20||Locking version of the 5-20|
240VAC Power Connectors
|6-15R||6-20P||Yes||15||Wired hot - hot - ground.|
|6-20R||6-20P||Yes||20||Wired hot - hot - ground.|