Best Honour E199673-4 4’ AC power cable.

Article number: JSS-E199673-4
Availability: In stock

4' AC Power cable terminated on one end with an Edison Connector and the other end terminated with a Neutrik NAC3FCA Connector.

Neutrik NAC3FCA Blue Lockable cable connector, power-in, screw terminals. The powerCON is a locking 3 conductor equipment AC connector with contacts for line, neutral and pre-mating ground contact. It replaces appliance couplers wherever a very rugged solution in combination with a locking device is needed in order to guarantee a safe power connection.

Features

  • Power-in (blue) and power-out (grey) versions with different keying to avoid the possibility of intermating
  • Fast and easy twist lock latching system
  • Extremely robust and reliable
  • Ergonomic design
  • Unique Neutrik chuck type strain relief
  • Improved kink protection by two-component bushing
  • UL, cUL recognized components
  • VDE certified
  • SEV approved
  • Branded with unique hologram - guarantees genuine and authentic Neutrik product

Specifications

  • Contact resistance: ≤ 3 mΩ
  • Dielectric strength: 4 kVdc / 2.8 kVac
  • Insulation resistance: > 0.1 GΩ (after damp heat test IEC 68-2-30)
  • Number of electronical contacts: 2 + PE
  • Rated current per contact: 20 A rms
  • Rated voltage: 250 V ac
  • Cable O.D.: 6 - 15 mm (1)
  • Lifetime: > 1000 mating cycles
  • Wire size: 2,5 mm²
  • Wire size: 14 AWG
  • Locking device: Quick Lock
  • Cable O.D. range limited to 6 mm - 14 mm acc. VDE
  • Contact plating: 4 µm Ag
  • Contacts: Bronze (CuSn6)
  • Insert: Polyamide (PA 6 30 % GR)
  • Locking element: Zinc diecast (ZnAl4Cu1)
  • Shell: Polyamide (PA 6 30 % GR)
  • Strain relief: Polyacetal (POM)
  • Temperature range: -30 °C to +80 °C


WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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