C14 to C5 2.5A 250V Power Cord with LSZH cordage - BLACK

C14 to C5 2.5A 250V Power Cord with LSZH cordage - BLACK

IEC 60320 C14 to C5 Power Cords utilizing LOW SMOKE ZERO HALOGEN cordage (BSI, HAR, ROHS, IEC, HD21.14, BS EN 50525-3-11). Use LSZH cables for installation where fire, smoke emission and toxic fumes create a potential threat to life and equipment. LSZH, LS0H, LSOH, LSFH, 0HLS, OHLS.

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  • 2.0 meters
  • 2.5 Amps
  • 250 volts
  • IEC 60320 C5 Photo of IEC 60320 C5
  • IEC 60320 C14 Photo of IEC 60320 C14
2.0 meters
2.5 Amps
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IEC 60320 C5
IEC 60320 C14

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Specifications of IEC 60320 C14 C5 Power Cords

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IEC 60320 C14 PLUG (MALE)

IEC 60320 C14 PLUG (MALE)

General Information:

The IEC 60320 C14 is a grounded 3 Wire Plug rated up to 250V and 15 Amps. The C14 plug is one of the most commonly used plugs in the data center industry, especially the Inlet version, which is found on the vast majority of Information Technology devices that are produced today. The IEC 60320 C14 is typically used with either 18awg SVT, 18awg SJT(OW), 16awg SJT(OW) or 14awg SJT(OW). The types of cordages used will change the rating of the overall cord set. This plug is very common in consumer, commercial and industrial applications which can create many different names for this plug across different industries like the computer plug, IEC plug, and more generalized names. Some also refer to this as the iec C13 plug, or the c13 power plug because of the C13 connector that it mates with.

What does the IEC 60320 C14 plug into?




IEC 60320 C13 Connector
IEC 60320 C13 Outlet
The IEC 60320 C14 plug is designed to connect to the IEC 320 C13 connector and the outlet. The connector is found on a variety of 10-15A power cords, while the outlet is located on a variety of power supplies. The outlet is most commonly found on Power Distribution Units found in office, commercial, or data center settings as well as Power Adapter bricks.

IEC 60320 C5 CONNECTOR (FEMALE)

IEC 60320 C5 CONNECTOR (FEMALE)

General Information:

The IEC 60320 C5 is a grounded 3 Wire connector rated up to 250V and 2.5 Amps Internationally or 125V and 10 Amps in North America. The C5 mates with a C6 inlet, and is commonly used for laptop power supplies, projectors, and some televisions. Being slightly smaller in size than the C13, the C5 can be a good choice for smaller appliances. This connector is sometimes referred to as a "Mickey Mouse" connector due to the shape of the connector looking similar to the kids television show character.


What does the IEC 60320 C5 Connect to?



IEC 60320 C6 InletThe IEC 60320 C5 connector is designed to connect to the IEC 60320 C6 Inlet. This inlet is commonly found on low power drawing equipment like computer monitors. It is also found on small power adapter blocks for devices requiring under 2.5 Amps.


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Manufactured Under ISO: 9001

Manufactured Under ISO: 9001

Our power cord sets are manufactured under an ISO 9001 quality management system to ensure that you get the same outstanding quality with on every order you place.
All of our NorthAmerican use Power Cord Sets are UL listed under E503529. This means that you can be sure that all of our power cord sets are of the highest quality and are certified for use in the United States.

UL Listed : E503526

UL Listed : E503526

World Cord Sets strives to deliver the best quality products for the lowest cost, to show our commitment to quality and our understanding of customers expectation for consistence of quality we obtained the UL certification. All of our North American use Power Cord Sets are UL listed under E503529. This means that you can be sure that all of our power cord sets are of the highest quality and are certified for use in the United States. 

Lifetime Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

Why do we offer a lifetime warranty?

We offer a lifetime warranty because we know that it won't have to be used. Our products are manufactured using only the highest quality components, and, undergo rigorous quality assurance inspections and testing to ensure all of our products meet our exacting standards. Our lifetime warranty gives you peace of mind that your purchase is 100% guaranteed to work. 


What does the warranty cover?

All cords, cables, patch panels, and adapters sold on this website in original unmodified condition are covered under this warranty. Warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse. 


How does the warranty work?

To use the lifetime warranty, simply request an RMA and send your defective material back to us and we will either repair or replace the goods and return them back to you in working condition. 

Low Smoke Zero Halogen - General Information

Why Low Smoke Zero Halogen?


Standard power cable jackets are made from a PVC compound containing Chlorine (part of the Halogen Group), which, when burned release a toxic gas that can cause serious damage to humans and electrical equipment. This raises concerns in applications that have dense PVC cabling where electrical equipment or people are present. Low Smoke Zero Halogen, also known as Low Smoke Free of Halogen or (LSZH, LSOH, LS0H, OHLS) refers to the cable jacketing which is composed of thermoplastics/thermoset compounds that release limited smoke and no halogens when exposed to high heat/fire. This cordage was initially invented to solve two main problems: reduce smoke/improve visibility in an emergency fire escape situation and reduce toxins being released in such a fire that could harm victims exposed. This cordage is generally used where there is limited ventilation or where set standards require such health/safety measures.  You can find the amount of halogen contained in typical LSZH Cable in Table 2 below.


Common Abbreviations and Terms for Low Smoke Zero Halogen


TERM/ABBREVIATION
MEANING
LSZH
Low Smoke Zero Halogen
LSF
Low Smoke/Fume
LS0H
Low Smoke Zero Halogen
LSHF
Low Smoke Halogen Free
LSNH
Low Smoke No Halogen
NHFR
NonHalogen Flame Retardant
HFFR
Halogen Free Flame Retardant
FRNC
Fire Retardant, Non-Corrosive
LS
Low/Limited Smoke
ST
Smoke Test
FRLS
Fire Resistant, Low Smoke
RE
Reduced Emissions
LC
Low Corrosivity
LH
Low Halogen

Table 1: Low Smoke Zero Halogen Terms and Abbreviations



Halogen Content in Standard Wire & Cable Polymers


Using the table below, you can see that standard PVC cables contain vastly greater amounts halogen contents that any of the LSZH polymers.


PolymerHalogen Content % by Weight
PU (polyurethane)
<.02
EPR (Ethylene propylene rubber)<.02
PE (polyethylene)<.02
XLP (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
<.02
CSPE (chlorosulfonated polyethylene)

13-26
CPE (chlorinated polyethylene)

14-28
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)22-29
FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene)

62-78

Table 2: Halogen Content in Typical Wire & Cable Polymers


When should I use LSZH cabling?


Low Smoke Zero Halogen cabling is usually used in regulated industries such as government. New data centers are sometimes choosing to use LSZH cabling to help protect data center facilities from the harmful smoke in case of fire. Because data centers utilize large ventilation systems, even a small amount of smoke in a small area can quickly be distributed accidentally throughout the entire building through the ventilation systems. A side note is the National Electrical Code requires cables used in plenum spaces to be Low Smoke Emitting, which is another common usage of this cordage. Refer to the National Electrical Code(NEC), or the National Fire Protection Agency(NFPA) to determine if LSZH cordage is right for you.

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