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Power First Locking Extension Cord, Outdoor, 13.0 A, 125V AC, Number of Outlets 1, Orange

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Lock Ext Cord,25ft,16Ga,13A,
PI_Asset_1769724
Lock Ext Cord,25ft,16Ga,13A,
PI_Asset_1769724

#933205-5 | Pkg Qty: 1

$23.60 pkg | $23.60 ea

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Technical Specifications

Key Specifications
Brand
POWER FIRST
NEMA Receptacle Configuration
5-15R
Cord Ending Type
Slide Compression Lock
Nominal Outside Diameter
0.32 in.
Cord Length
25 ft.
Number of Conductors
3
Cord Shape
Round
Number of Outlets
1
Extension Cord Length
25 ft.
Package Quantity
1
Extension Cords Group
25 to 35 ft.
Plug Configuration
Straight, No Swivel
Gauge/Conductor
16/3
Plug Style
Straight
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Power Indicator
No
Item
Locking Extension Cord
Receptacle Configuration
NEMA 5-15R
Jacket Color Family
Orange
Shape
Round
Jacket Material
PVC
Shipping Weight
1.78 lb.
Maximum Amps
13 A
Standards
UL/CUL
Maximum Wattage
1,625 W
Trade Designation
SJTW
Mfr. Part Number
52NY15
Voltage
125 VAC
NEC Cord Designation
SJTW
Watts
1625 W
NEMA Plug Configuration
5-15P
Wire Size
16 AWG
General
Cord Shape
Round

Product Description

Outdoor extension cords with a single outlet consist of flexible electrical cable with a plug at one end and a single receptacle at the other end. They are commonly used in outdoor applications to provide power where the power source is located some distance away from the device, such as with landscaping equipment. These cords have a durable jacket that resists abrasion and harsh weather conditions, making them more robust for outdoor applications than indoor extension cords.

Extension cords are a length of flexible electrical cable used to bring power to a device located up to 100 ft. away. They are typically used when a device's cord is too short to reach a power source, such as an electrical outlet, or where outlets may be scarce. They have a two- or three-prong plug at one end that connects to the power source and a molded outlet at the other end that devices plug into. Extension cords with a single outlet have a single receptacle, while cords with multiple outlets have two or more receptacles. In general, the more power needed by a device, the thicker the extension cord (or lower the gauge) needs to be to support the electrical current flowing through the cord. Extension cords are commonly used to provide temporary power in a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.

Compliance & Restrictions

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Item Barcode
9332055
Lock Ext Cord,25ft,16Ga,13A,
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