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Different Types of Connectors for Computer Power Cables

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IEC connectors

IEC connectors are used in power cords for computer devices. They come in different types and have different uses. Typically, you’ll find these types of connectors in extension cables and mains cables. Lindy sells a wide selection of these cables. They are available in both straight and angled versions.

The IEC 60320 C9 connector is a two-wire, ungrounded connector rated for up to 250V and 6 Amps. It is most commonly used on laptop power supplies and other equipment that uses a standard power supply. It is also sometimes referred to as a “shotgun” connector, due to the circular shape.

IEC 60320 C21/C14 connectors are grounded, three-wire connectors with a maximum rated current of 20A. They mate with the C20 or C22 inlet and are often used in a jumper cable situation in IT installations. C21 is a high-temperature version of the C19. Its maximum pin temperature is 155 degC, and it’s used in large network routers and other IT equipment.

Another variety of IEC connectors for computer power cables is the C13 connector. This polarized connector comes with a tab that forces the polarity. It has a voltage rating of 125V and 15A in North America. The C13 and C14 are similar but not identical.

Another popular connector is the C8 connector, which is found in many small laptop power supplies. This connector is often referred to as the Mickey Mouse connector. It has an inlet that’s 10 mm deep. The C8A and C8B connectors are each 15.5mm deep. They are also commonly used in datacenter rack-mounted power distribution units and enterprise-class servers.

IEC 60320 is a worldwide standard for connectors and inlets. Purchasing an IEC-compliant computer power cable is easy. The connectors are widely accepted, widely available, and inexpensive. They can also be filtered, allowing you to control the electricity you receive and output.

Another important thing to consider when buying an IEC cable is the amperage rating. Because IEC cords are used in countries with different standards, the maximum amperage they can handle is not the same in every country. For example, an C13 plug is approved for 15 amps in North America, but is only allowed to handle 10 amps in Europe. It is best to check the amperage rating of your power cable to ensure that it’s compatible with your equipment and meets all legal requirements.

Molex connectors

There are a number of different uses for Molex connectors. They are often used to connect devices to a computer power supply. These cables can be used to power optical drives, peripherals, and fans inside of a computer case. You may also find that older motherboards use a Molex connector. This connector style has four pins and was designed to provide an additional 12 volt supply for the CPU.

These connectors are available in a variety of sizes. Some are larger than others and some are smaller. The pin size of the Molex connector varies from one device to the next, but the two typically carry the same amount of current. For example, the Molex connector is used for 5.25-inch floppy drives and 3.5-inch PATA disk drives. However, newer SATA disk drives use a more advanced interconnection.

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One type of Molex connector is an 8-pin connector. This type of connector is designed to provide 12 volts to multiple devices. It is commonly used instead of a 4 pin connector. The connector may contain one 12 volt rail with all 8 pins, or two separate rails that occupy four pins each. These connectors are also commonly referred to as EPS12V.

When using an 8-pin connector, you must make sure that the wires are inserted properly to avoid arcing. Arcing is a dangerous condition because it causes the connector to melt or burn. A properly inserted male connector must fit a female socket with the correct amount of friction.

C13/C14 connector

The C13/C14 computer power connector is made from IEC 320 specifications, and is most commonly used in computers, monitors and other electronic devices. It has three pins and a rated current of 10 amps. It is also able to withstand a maximum temperature of 70 degrees Celsius. The C13 and C14 connectors are used in computers and other electronic devices, as well as in data centers and medical equipment. These connectors are also used in computer power cables and extension cords.

The C13/C14 connector is also used in kettle cords, and is also sometimes mistakenly referred to as a kettle cord. These cords are designed for temperatures of up to 65 degrees Celsius, which is a bit higher than the C15/C16 connector.

Another type of computer power connector is the C8 connector. It is commonly used in laptops, and is known as a “clover-leaf” or “Mickey Mouse” connector. Its inlet is 10 mm deep and its two rounded prongs are 15.5 mm apart.

There are many countries that use this type of computer power cable. Many of the countries that use this type of plug are located in Europe, such as Germany and the United Kingdom. Some CENELEC countries, however, do not use it. Countries like Denmark and Ireland use other types of plugs, such as SEV 1011 and BS 1363.

DataPro 9310 connector

The DataPro 9310 connector for computer power cable is a medical grade version of the standard IEC-320 computer power cord. It features a 3-prong, beveled connector that is similar to that found on a standard PC power supply. It is rated for use in medical and industrial settings, and is marked with a green dot for identification. It meets the stringent standards set by UL and CAN/CSA 60601-1 for grounding and durability.

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