ACE Power Cord 1 ea SLEEVE
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Before Use: A cord set not marked for outdoor use is to be used indoors only. See UL label on cord for outdoor marking. Inspect thoroughly before each use. Do not use if damaged. Look for the number of watts on appliances to be plugged into cord. See UL label on cord for specific wattage. Do not plug more than the specified number of watts into this cord. Do not run through doorways, holes in ceilings, walls or floors. Make sure appliance is off before connecting cord to outlet. Fully insert plug into outlet. Do not remove, bend or modify any metal prongs or pins of cord. Do not use excessive force to make connections. Do not connect a three-prong plug to a two-hole cord. During Use: Keep away from water. Do not use when wet. Keep children and pets away from cord. Do not plug one extension cord into another. Avoid overheating. Uncoil cord and do not cover it with any material. Do not drive, drag or place objects over cord. Do not walk on cord. After Use: Grasp plug to remove from outlet. Always store cord indoors. Always unplug when not in use. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. Please keep these warnings with cord.
DescriptionQuality since 1924. Grounded. 30.48 m. 14 gauge/13 amp. Stays flexible -58 degrees F to 167 degrees F. Lighted ends. Durable, flexible cord. Water and oil resistant. Meets OSHA specifications. AWG means American Wire Gauge: The smaller the AWG number the thicker the wire. The lower the gauge, the more electrical current (Amps) the wire can carry. The lower the gauge, the longer the distance the wire can be run from an electrical source. Specifications: 125 volts; 15 amps; 1875 watts; 14/3 SPT-3. This cord is rated 15 amps. To select the right cord for your needs, refer to the select the proper cord chart on this package. The following typical amp ratings provide a general guide only. Before using any cord, check the amp ratings on the nameplate of your tool or appliance. Sample Amperage Ratings: Equipment: Bug killer; 1-2 Amp range. Fan; 1-3. Electric drill; 3-6. Sabre saw; 4-8. Palm sander; 4-8. Band saw; 5-12. Sump pump; 6-10. Air conditioner; 6-15. Freezer; 6-15. Refrigerator; 6-15. Grinder; 7-10. Drill press; 7-14. Belt sander; 7-15. Router; 8-13. Shop vac; 8-14. Air compressor; 9-15. Table saw; 12-15. Circular saw; 12-15. Amperage Conversion Chart: 1/3 HP = 7.2 amps. 1/2 HP = 10 amps. 3/4 HP = 14 amps. 1 HP = 16 amps. 875 watts = 7 amps. 1250 watts = 10 amps. 1625 watts = 13 amps. 1875 = 15 amps. How to Choose the Right Cord for your Needs: Look for the amp rating on the nameplates of the tools or appliances you'll be using. On the chart below find the total length of the cord you will need and, reading across, find the gauge that can safety carry the most amps you'll need. Select the Proper Cord: 50 ft & Under: 18 Ga. Up to 10 amps. 16 Ga. Up to 13 amps. 14 Ga. Up to 15 amps. 12 Ga. Up to 15 amps. Over 50 ft. to 150 ft. 18 Ga. Up to 7 amps. 16 Ga. Up to 10 amps. 14 Ga. Up to 13 amps. 12 Ga. Up to 15 amps.
WarningsCancer and reproductive harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.