NEMA L6-30P Power Supply Cords are rated up to 250V and 30A. Available with L6-30R (female connector - extension cord), IEC 60320 (IEC320) C-13, C15, C19, C21 as well as many other splitter variations. Standard color is black. Other colors available (WHITE, GRAY, BLUE, GREEN, RED, YELLOW, ORANGE). L6-30P power cables are commonly used in data centers to connect a PDU to the busway. L6-30P are classified by the 30a 250v plug and typically feature either 10awg or 12awg conductors. If you don't see what you are looking for below, please contact us to get a custom quote.
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The NEMA 6-30P is a (hot-hot-ground) grounded plug that is rated up to 250V and 30A. This plug will supply either 208V or 240V based upon your electrical service, and will provide no neutral connection. This is commonly found on in-rack power distribution units where the electrical service is greater than 120V. The locking safety feature prevents this plug from disconnecting without intent.
What does the NEMA L6-30P Plug into?
|The NEMA L6-30P connects to both the NEMA L6-30R Connector which is commonly found on extension cords and power drops, and the outlet which is commonly found in industrial settings where 208/240V Power supply is used.|
The L6-30P Series is generally used for in-rack power distribution units (PDUs) where the main supply voltage is greater than 120V, in order to provide more power through high amperage rating. Due to this high power draw, this NEMA 250V and 30A combination is only offered as a locking connection. It is important that the power draw of a splitter does not exceed what it is rated for, when considering the total power of all legs of the splitter.
The NEMA L6-20R Twist-Lock Connector is rated up to 250VAC and 20A. This couples with the L6-20P and locks into place, eliminating nuisance disconnection. This makes this connector common in commercial and industrial settings where there is high traffic. This connector is found on our L6-20 Extension Cord Series, which is used to extend power from an existing L6-20R wall receptacle or connector to a certain location for convenience.
What does the NEMA L6-20R Connect to?
|The NEMA L6-20R Locking Connector is designed to be twisted into place, mating with a NEMA L6-20P Plug or Inlet. The plug can be found on a variety of power cords used in industrial and commercial settings, and the Inlet can be found on a range of industrial equipment.|
The C13 Splitter (x2) is for connecting 2 devices via 1 plug not to exceed 15A.
The IEC 60320 C21 is a grounded 3 Wire connector rated up to 250V and 20 Amps. The C21 mates with a C22 or C20 inlet, and is commonly used in a jumper cable scenario in IT Installations providing power from a PDU to a server, router, switch or other computing device. The C21 is a HIGH TEMPERATURE version of the C19 connector, with a maximum pin temperature of 155°C instead of the standard 65°C of a C19, and is typically used in high powered blade servers, large network routers, and other IT equipment that draws more power than a standard C13 can accommodate. The corners are beveled so that a standard C19 cannot be plugged into the C22 Inlet since it is not high temperature rated and could be a fire hazard.
What does the IEC 60320 C21 Connect to?
|The IEC 60320 C21 connectors is designed to connect to the IEC 60320 C22 Inlet, which is commonly found on high powered IT Equipment that exceeds the standard 65*C Temperature rating of a C20 Inlet. These inlets are found on switches and routers.|
The IEC 60320 C19 is a grounded 3 Wire connector rated up to 250V and 20 Amps. The C19 can be found on a variety of power cords, including NEMA to 320 Adapter cords, and International Plug types to IEC 320 connectors, but the most common application is the IEC 320 C20 to C19 power cord which is a a standard extension cord used to power high powered IT Equipment. The C19 is typically used in high powered blade server chassis, large network routers, and other IT equipment that draws more power than a standard C13 can accommodate.
What does the IEC 60320 C19 Connect to?
|The IEC 60320 type C19 connector is designed to connect to the IEC 320 C20 plug and Inlet. THE C20 Plug is commonly found on power cords used in the data center industry. The C20 Inlet can be found on a variety of high powered IT Equipment ranging from switches to Un-Interrupted Power Supply systems.|
The IEC 60320 C15 is a grounded 3 Wire connector rated up to 250V & 10 Amps Internationally and 125V/250V & 15 Amps in North America. The C15 mates with a C16 inlet and can also be down graded to a C14 Inlet. C14 Inlet and is commonly used in IT Installations providing power from a PDU to a server, router, switch or other computing device. The C15 is a HIGH TEMPERATURE connector rated up to 120°C, unlike the 70°C rating of the C13. The C15 is commonly used in in electric kettles and other household appliances that involve higher temperatures than a normal C13 is made to withstand. There is a dimple located below the ground pin to ensure that the standard C13 connector cannot be plugged into the C16 Inlet which is used on high temperature applications. This design is utilized to allow this C15 connector to be used on both high temperature applications and standard applications, as to not limit the user. The C15 connector is commonly used with 18awg SJT(OW), 16awg SJT(OW), and 14awg SJT(OW).
What does the IEC 60320 C15 Connect to?
|The IEC 60320 type C15 connector is designed to plug into the high temperature rated IEC 320 C16 Inlet. This inlet is commonly found on high performance IT Equipment that reaches heats that exceed the rating of the standard IEC C13 connector. This inlet is designed to reach temperatures up to 120*C. The C15 can also be plugged into a standard non-high temp application C14 Inlet, which is located on a wide variety of IT Equipment like computer monitors and switches.|
The IEC 60320 C13 is a grounded 3 Wire connector rated up to 250V and 15 Amps. The C13 mates with a C14 inlet, and is commonly used in a jumper cable scenario in IT Installations providing power from a PDU to a server, router, switch or other computing device. Most people know the C13 as 'the thing that plugs into my computer' because it is the standard connector used to power most desktop computers. In a desktop computer application, the most common cable is the NEMA 5-15P to C13, which connects your standard North American wall outlet to a desktop computer. The iec 320 c13 c14 plug and connector are synonymous with Information Technology equipment primarily, but the C13 can be found powering equipment like medical devices and gaming consoles.
What does the IEC 60320 C13 Connect to?
|The IEC 320 type C13 connector is designed to connect to the IEC 320 C14 plug and inlet. The C14 Plug is commonly found on power cords located in office, commercial or data center settings since the C13 inlet is usually only found in those environments. The C14 Inlet is commonly found on a variety of IT Equipment like monitors, switches, printers, power adapters, and more.|
The NEMA L6-30R is a (hot-hot-ground) grounded connector that is rated up to 250V and 30A. This plug will supply either 208V or 240V based upon your electrical service, and will provide no neutral connection. The locking safety feature prevents this plug from disconnecting without intent. This connector is generally found on our L6-30 Extension Cord Series which extends a power source generally off a wall receptacle to a given location for convenience.
The open end of a power supply cord is hard wired to another device, providing power either to our from that device. Unless otherwise noted, our power supply cords come standard with a 2" ROJ (Remove Outer Jacket) and a 1/4" Strip. The ROJ length determines the length of the individual conductors, and the Strip length determines the amount of copper exposed on the end of each conductor. If you require a custom ROJ or Strip length, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.
International Color Code(ICC) vs. North American Color Code(NACC)
For the majority of our customers, the color code used for the cordage is negligible. However, for OEM customers, or customers dealing with government installations or projects that have highly specified cords the color code used will be important to establish. Our standard color code for our Cut/ Remove of Outer Jacket/ Strip Conductor Job is North American Color Code (NACC).
|Ground Color||Neutral Color||Line/ Hot Color|
|International Color Code (ICC)|
Green & Yellow
|North American Color Code (NACC)||Green||White||Black|
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