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Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes

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Extension cords with multiple outlet boxes consist of flexible electrical cable with outlets built in along the cable's length. Also known as power stringers, they have a plug at one end that connects to the power source and two or more metal outlet boxes spaced evenly along their length that devices plug into. They are commonly used in construction applications where there are few wall outlets to provide temporary power to multiple devices from the same cord, such as power tools and lights. They also eliminate the need for multiple extension cords, helping reduce trip hazards.Close

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  • Nonlinkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes

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    Nonlinkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes

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    Nonlinkable extension cords with multiple outlet boxes consist of flexible electrical cable that terminates at an outlet box and cannot be daisy-chained to additional cords. Also called dead-end power stringers, they have a plug at one end that connects to the power source and two or more metal outlet boxes spaced evenly along their length, including one at the end of the cord. They are typically used to supply power to multiple devices where there are few wall outlets, such as construction applications.
    Nonlinkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes
  • Linkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes

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    Linkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes

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    Linkable extension cords with multiple outlet boxes consist of flexible electrical cable that can be daisy-chained to additional cords to make a longer cord and provide more outlets. Also known as feed-through power stringers, they have a plug at one end that connects to the power source, two or more metal outlet boxes spaced evenly along their length, and a receptacle at the other end for attaching a cord. They are often used in trade show venues to supply power to devices where there are few wall outlets and multiple needs for power.
    Linkable Extension Cords with Multiple Outlet Boxes