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power cord

[′pau̇·ər ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
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The power cord market analysis is provided for both the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
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 company, based in Birchwood, Warrington, said it would continue investing in its automated power cord plant at Leigh.
In terms of Ultrabook AC power cord, except for a tiny number of models with integration of adapter plugs and transformers, most models still maintain the AC power cord design.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Qualtek, a leading electronics manufacturer, offers a comprehensive selection of 2 and 3 Conductor North American Power Cords, International Power Cords and Hospital Grade Power Cords, fully stocked and available in various configurations.
The investigation revealed an obstruction between the power cord and the receptacle.
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.
Other features include a metal, D-shaped handle and a 32' power cord.
Each of the connected devices is equipped with a two-wire AC power cord.
But his cords satisfy every Martha Stewart wannabe looking for a way to hide the power cord running to their television.