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power cord

[′pau̇·ər ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
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SF Cable has a huge product range that includes HDMI adapters and cables, laptop accessories, PC cables, audio/video cables, Ethernet network cables, networking cables, PC cables, power cords, security cameras, USB cables and adapters, telephone cords, power cords etc.
Excessively bending the section of power cord near the plug or placing it under stress can cause it to overheat and possibly to emit sparks and smoke.
When plugging in a bed, visually inspect the bed's power cord for damage from, among other possibilities, use, age, crushing, pinching, shearing, cutting, cleaning solutions, bed movement, human and equipment traffic, and furniture placement (e.
The RF is impressed equally onto all three wires of the AC input to simulate the effect of a nearby field interfering with the EUT and its power cord.
The company, based in Birchwood, Warrington, said it would continue investing in its automated power cord plant at Leigh.
PC cable assembly can be generally divided into three categories, the first is the Power Cord Assembly, which accounts for about 45% of the industrial scale; the second is the External Signal Cable Assembly with 25%; the third is the Internal Signal Cable Assembly with 30%, of which, the Power Cord Assembly consists of AC power cord and DC power cord.
I suspected the main reason for this was a partly-seated power cord in the receptacle.
Its power adapter charges the battery by magnetically coupling the power cord to the computer.
The power cord and cordset assemblies are RoHS-compliant.
Advantech has redesigned the DC-IN power cord, the AC/DC power adapter and USB cable to further ruggedize the FPM-3150 Series.
With no separate power cord or power supply required, it works for up to 10 users at a time, enabling them to access the Internet, play music over a stereo and share a USB printer.