Well made and very flexible, this is one sturdy 25-foot power home extension cord. It's load specs are more than perfect for all kinds of around the home and garage usages. You'll have this cord for many years and hundreds of uses by simply not abusing it. It's black color is a plus. It hides all the usual scuff marks and smudges that are picked-up during normal use, especially when you're in hurray.…
Yes it will work fine on a 10 amp. very durable
I've never heard of an LED table lamp drawing 12 amps, or any table lamp for that matter. Must be a very special lamp. Anyway, the amperage draw is the only thing that's relevant and if you are drawing 12 amps, 16 gauge wire should be sufficient as it is rated to safely carry up to 13 amps up to 50' in length. You can check this out for yourself on various websites.
This cord will be good for any load (air conditioner) that requires 13 amps or less.
Yes, it would, like Air conditioner. It can handle 15 Amp.
You may be better off building your own. 14/3 romex and 2 hospital connectors. Good up to 15 amps.
If you know the wattage of the microwave, figure out the amps it will pull. This plug should be good at 15 amps or less.
If the TV doesn't require more than 13 amps you can.
16 gauge wire is good for 13 amps. volts times amps equals watts (VA=Watts). Many homes state voltage is 110 volts. For 110 volts, that's 110x13=1430 watts. Kind of close. If 120 volts, it's good up to 1560 watts. I'd think it might get warm/hot when used. Personally, I'd feel better with 14 gauge. But, to be even more confusing, voltage drop increases with the increase in length of wire. Since this is so short, it could be no problem to use. Monoprice makes quality stuff.
The UL rating is E325848 SJT VW-1, what ever those #'s mean. I would not have a problem using this cord outside. 16awg so it will carry 15 amps short term but really only good for about 10 amps for any thing other than short term. Hope this helps.
This is an ordinary heavy-duty extension cord. It comes in various lengths. The one I bought was 12' as I recall, and had a 15amp rating. I got it as an extension for our vacuum cord which draws 13 amps. We needed a little more length so as not to have to move the plug when vacuuming. It is not cable shielded.
Yes, product description says it’s rated for 13 amps at 115V 60 Hz (USA), a 10,000 btu air conditioner will draw 9.8amps at steady state. You will be fine. Use the shortest length cord that will do the job and do not stack several together end to end.
I'm no electrician but it looks like your plug is good to 300 volts? And this cord plug is only good to 125 volts, according to the specs: Plug type: NEMA 5-15R to NEMA 5-15P; gauge: 16 AWG; rating: 125 volts at 13 amps
If it looks like the same type a plug. Go for it
If this is the type of connection your TV has and the Amps draw is 10 or less you will be fine. I use these cords on guitar amps.
Yes, should be fine, rock on.
This cable is rated for 13 amps and up to 125 volts, so yes.
I would check how much amps your ac pulls and how much the cord is able to handle. There are cords made specific for ac units that properly handle the amount of amps needed. You don't want less cord then the unit needs.
If all you need is an extension cord this will be fine, your power supply draws about 6 amps and this cable should be good for at least 10. If you need one to actually plug into your power supply you'll need to get the proper cable.
Yes it should.
I bought a 3 ft version of this cord to do exactly that, but for a Chlore 1700 peak amp instant power source as a cord to dedicate to maintaining it. Used it yesterday and the cord worked like a champ - no cord heating, etc. The charging units built into these power sources operate will within this cord's rated range.
Good morning! I am unfamiliar what an "air line" extension is? if this helps I have some specs below: Wire Gauge and Type: SVT 18AWG x 3C Amp Rating: 10A Voltage Rating: 125V Outer Diameter: 6.3mm TAA Compliant