Cord - Power, 18 AWG, 3 Conductor, Black, Bare End

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Cord - Power, 18 AWG, 3 Conductor, Black, Bare End

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18AWG SJT power cords used in many amplifiers along with other appliances and equipment. These cords feature bare ends for hard wiring to devices internally or using a connector. The attached plug is a Nema 5-15P for North American grounded outlets. These cords have a maximum voltage rating of 300V.

For similar power cords with IEC connectors, see S-W123X.

SKU:
S-W132X
Item ID:
041491
RoHS Compliant
Part Numbers
LengthOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
8 feetS-W132841358107375
12 feetS-W133841358107382
Product Measurements by Type
Gauge18 AWG
Item Length8 feet versionS-W13296 in.
12 feet versionS-W133144 in.
Outer Diameter0.34 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions8 feet versionS-W1327 in. × 2.5 in. × 1.55 in.
12 feet versionS-W1338.5 in. × 6.5 in. × 0.913 in.
Weight (Packaging)8 feet versionS-W1320.531 lbs.
12 feet versionS-W1330.768 lbs.
Product Measurements by Item
S-W132 - 8 feet versionGauge18 AWG
Item Length96 in.
Outer Diameter0.34 in.
S-W133 - 12 feet versionGauge18 AWG
Item Length144 in.
Outer Diameter0.34 in.

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Asked by Anonymous on December 3rd, 2021.
BradWbr
December 8th, 2021
Staff Member
These have a PVC sheathing material.

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
AmpJockey - March 2nd, 2022
5 out of 5

Here is a very useful, reasonably priced, power cord that I use for several applications. The main use is to replace an older two prong cord to a modern day 3 prong type. (Don't forget to alter the grounding switch circuit). The extra length of the cable is a plus on most amplifiers. Or you can purchase there 8 ft. length one for smaller amps.