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Extension cords are a length of flexible electrical cable used to bring power to a device located up to 100 ft. away. They are typically used when a device's cord is too short to reach a power source, such as an electrical outlet, or where outlets may be scarce. They have a two- or three-prong plug at one end that connects to the power source and a molded outlet at the other end that devices plug into. Extension cords with a single outlet have a single receptacle, while cords with multiple outlets have two or more receptacles. In general, the more power needed by a device, the thicker the extension cord (or lower the gauge) needs to be to support the electrical current flowing through the cord. Extension cords are commonly used to provide temporary power in a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.
Extension cords are a length of flexible electrical cable used to bring power to a device located up to 100 ft. away. They are typically used when a device's cord is too short to reach a power source, such as an electrical outlet, or where outlets may be scarce. They have a two- or three-prong plug at one end that connects to the power source and a molded outlet at the other end that devices plug into. Extension cords with a single outlet have a single receptacle, while cords with multiple outlets have two or more receptacles. In general, the more power needed by a device, the thicker the extension cord (or lower the gauge) needs to be to support the electrical current flowing through the cord. Extension cords are commonly used to provide temporary power in a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.

Outdoor Extension Cords with Single Outlet

Outdoor Extension Cords with Single Outlet
Outdoor extension cords with a single outlet consist of flexible electrical cable with a plug at one end and a single receptacle at the other end. They are commonly used in outdoor applications to provide power where the power source is located some distance away from the device, such as with landscaping equipment. These cords have a durable jacket that resists abrasion and harsh weather conditions, making them more robust for outdoor applications than indoor extension cords.

Number of Outlets: 1 ; Single Connector Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 1 ; Slide Compression Lock Cord Ending

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Outdoor Extension Cords with Multiple Outlets

Outdoor Extension Cords with Multiple Outlets
Outdoor extension cords with multiple outlets consist of flexible electrical cable and are used to supply temporary power to more than one device from the same cord, such as a power tool and a light. They have a plug at one end and a molded outlet with two or more receptacles at the other end that the devices plug into. These cords have a more durable jacket than indoor extension cords to help protect against sunlight, moisture, and abrasion typically found in outdoor applications.

Number of Outlets: 3 ; Block Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 3 ; T-Shape Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 3 ; W-Shape Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 6 ; Block Cord Ending

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Indoor Extension Cords with Single Outlet

Indoor Extension Cords with Single Outlet
Indoor extension cords with a single outlet consist of flexible electrical cable with a plug at one end and a single receptacle at the other end. They are typically used in lengths of 25 ft. or less in indoor environments to provide power when a device's cord is too short to reach an electrical outlet, such as with equipment in laboratories, workshops, and offices. They have a lightweight jacket that is not suitable for wide temperature ranges and therefore should not be used outdoors.

Number of Outlets: 1 ; Block Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 1 ; Single Connector Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 1 ; Slide Compression Lock Cord Ending

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Indoor Extension Cords with Multiple Outlets

Indoor Extension Cords with Multiple Outlets
Indoor extension cords with multiple outlets consist of flexible electrical cable and are used to supply temporary power to more than one device from the same cord, such as a light and a radio. They have a plug at one end and a molded outlet with two or more receptacles at the other end that the devices plug into. These cords are often used in shorter lengths (less than 25 ft.) than outdoor extension cords to accommodate indoor applications. They have a lightweight jacket that is not suitable for wide temperature ranges and therefore should not be used outdoors.

Number of Outlets: 3 ; Block Cord Ending

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Number of Outlets: 9 ; Block Cord Ending

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