Black NEMA L5-20P to User Attached L5-15R Power Cords

Black NEMA L5-20P to User Attached L5-15R Power Cords

Black NEMA L5-20P to User Attached L5-15R Power Cords is designed to convert a 125V 20A locking outlet to a 15A one.

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NEMA L5-20P

NEMA L5-20P

General Information:

The NEMA L5-20P is a 3 Wire grounded plug with a hot, neutral , and ground pin rated up to 125V and 20A. This plug can be locked into place on the matching receptacle which prevents nuisance disconnection. This plug looks nearly identical to L5-30P but is slightly smaller in pin thickness and alignment circumference. Refer to either plug,  receptacle or face plate to find out your amp requirements.

What does the NEMA L5-20P Connect to?




NEMA L5-20P
NEMA L5-20R Wall outlet
The NEMA L5-20P connects to both the NEMA L5-20 Connector which is commonly found on power drops and extension cords, and the Outlet which is commonly found in industrial settings.

NEMA L5-15R

NEMA L5-15R

General Information:

The NEMA L5-15R is a 3 wire grounded connector with a hot, neutral and ground slot rated up to 125VAC and 15A. This is a locking receptacle which makes this plug popular in commercial and industrial settings where high traffic or moving of equipment is common. This connector can be distinguished against other NEMA Locking connectors by its small blade circumference on the inlet head and inward turned tabs on the neutral blade. Due to the low power draw, this is commonly found in commercial and some custom residential settings as an alternative to the straight blade NEMA 5-15R which does not have any locking safety mechanism.

What does the NEMA L5-15R Connect to?



NEMA L5-15P Locking PlugThe NEMA L5-15R Locking Connector is designed to be twist locked into place with a NEMA L5-15P Locking Plug. These are commonly found on smaller devices that are found in highly trafficked areas, or on devices that should not be easily unplugged.

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