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3ft 18AWG Power Cord w/ 3 Conductor PC Power Connector Socket, 10A (NEMA 5-15P to Right Angle IEC-320-C13)
Whether the power cable that came with your equipment are too long or too short, you can find replacement cables in the perfect length right here.
These Right Angle Power Cords feature a 90 degree C13 connector (PC side) which allows for better placement in tight situations. They are made to the same stringent standards as are standard PC power cables with the convenience of a right angle connector.
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 or for keeping cables neat and tidy by allowing you to use only the lengths you need.
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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PROS: Power cord was flexible and not too stiff. Worked perfectly for my application.
CONS: Even though this power cable worked just fine, I would rather have one that's 90 degrees on both ends. But like I said, it worked perfectly for me.
PROS: Well built and flexible.
PROS: Perfect fit. Exactly as described. Perfect length.
CONS: Should have bought these sooner.
PROS: The cable was the perfect length and the 90 degree offset worked out great!
3 months ago
PROS: works flawlessly, as does everything I've ever bought from monoprice (with the exception of a passive non powered toslink splitter)
11 months ago
11 months ago
CONS: It's NOT a 36 inch long cable as description states
I order cables based on their specs so when I see a cable listed as being 3 feet long, I would expect the cable to be 3 feet long and not 30.75 inches long. You NEVER count the plug ends as part of the total length unless you're a shady business trying to cut corners in order to boost profit. Even if one were to be a complete idiot and count the length of the cable plus the connectors including the L right angle end and blades, you still only make it to 34.5". This is not a one off either as I have purchased three and all three were that short.
You might not think it's such a big deal but when I built up this rack, I measured twice and a real 36" cable would have left me with 2" to spare but now I will have to buy cables that are twice as long and have the clutter of an extra 36" of cable per run times the three runs. Monoprice, what is the purpose of short cables if they're too short?