line cord

line cord

[′līn ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
A two-wire cord terminating in a two-prong plug at one end and connected permanently to a radio receiver or other appliance at the other end; used to make connections to a source of power. Also known as power cord.
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The unit comes with valve mounting hole, 3-wire AC line cord, fused high and neutral lines, and instruction manual.
Each model includes a portable digital controls section and a bonnet and is complete with an input line cord, interconnecting cables, and ground lead.
The unit operates from 12 VDC and comes with a benchtop universal power supply for use anywhere in the world, 3-wire AC line cord for the country of use, counter cable, 12-month warranty and instruction manual.
Each unit comes complete with heater module, universal power supply, AC line cord for the country of use and instructions, including the Serial Port Command Set.
* An IEC320 C8 clip for use with a standard 2-wire, C7 line cord as a desktop-style adapter.
It comes complete with chiller/heater module, universal power supply, AC line cord, and instructions.
You can replace all your older REN 1 (and higher) phones and faxes with newer (lower PEN) phones (find the PEN value on the phone near the line cord jack).
The load bank controls and cooling fans are powered by any standard 120 Vac, single-phase wall outlet with detachable line cord provided.
The second generation of devices includes one that goes on a foot-pedal dimmer; a stem version, for promotionally priced torchieres; and one that's in the line cord. All are reportedly being tested by Underwriters Laboratories.
NSF standards for commercial units result in features like higher-quality bearings and insulation, which means quieter operation and other safety options, such as a grounded line cord.
Indoor power supplies feature a vented enclosure with hinged door, five convenient knockouts, built-in thermal protection, and an AC line cord. Weatherproof versions are also available.