extension cord


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extension cord

[ik′sten·chən ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
A line cord having a plug at one end and an outlet at the other end.
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Although most chargers have water safety protections, many extension cords to power outlets do not have the same features.
Both agreed with the Secretary that MSHA's policy regarding continuity tests for extension cords was not a substantive rule change to [section]56.12028 that required a rulemaking.
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The cable in the photo of the modern extension cord is marked (Type) SOOW, 3/C (conductor), 14AWG, 90oC, 600V.
Let's see how long it will be before he has an extension cord!
"The first year there were only a handful, and almost all of our 23 communities do it now." That first year, Elgin Recycling collected under 30,000 pounds of lights and extension cords, said Brittany Simon, the environmental director for Elgin Recycling.
Velasques beat him with a white extension cord (the power strip) he took from his truck, court documents said.
Investigators have determined that an electrical short in a damaged extension cord sparked a fire that caused extensive damage Saturday to a rental shop and storage facility west of Eugene.
Other injuries were from being tied up, hit with an extension cord and choked, he claimed.
Under its new policy, United's staff will move passengers from their seats if they are unable to lower the arm rest and buckle a seatbelt with an extension cord..
Got a damaged plug or connector on your extension cord? No need to throw out the whole cord.