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Watson 50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black)

B&H # WAACE1650B MFR # ACE16-50B
Watson 50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • 16 AWG, 3-Prong Grounded, UL Rated Cable
  • Supports Loads Up to 125V, 1625W
  • Up to 13A Current Draw
  • Suitable for Use Indoors and Outdoors
  • Water Resistant Thermoplastic Jacket
  • Integrated Safety Cover on Female End
  • 60Hz Frequency
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This 50 ft Watson AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG, in black, is a 3-prong, grounded, 16 gauge, UL rated cable that supports devices up to 125V, 1625W in power. The max current draw is 13A. The frequency is 60Hz.

The insulation and a water resistant thermoplastic jacket allows for use indoors and outdoors. A safety cover integrated on the female plug protects the open end from liquid and dirt when the cable is not in use.

50 ft, Black, 3-Prong, Grounded Cord
  • 16 AWG
  • Supports loads up to 125V, 1625W
  • Up to 13A current draw
  • Suitable for use indoors and outdoors
  • Water resistant thermoplastic jacket
  • Integrated safety cover on female plug
  • 60Hz frequency
  • UL rated
Length 50 ft (15 m)
Color Black
Connectors 3-prong, grounded male to female
Gauge 16 AWG
Max Voltage Supported 125 V
Max Wattage Supported 1625 W
Max Current Draw 13 A
Frequency 60 Hz
Jacket Water resistant thermoplastic
Certifications UL, RoHS
Watson 50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black)
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    Watson50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black)
     
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    5.0

    Good for ENG/EPK toolkit

    By Yeltsin Mandela

    from ABQ, NM

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    Pros

    • Durable Construction
    • Easy To Use
    • Good Length

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        Comments about Watson 50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black):

        Great for lighting, heavy gauge. The black color great for camouflaging under black gaffer tape for event setups.

        • Primary use:
        • Business
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        5.0

        Great product

        By matt

        from georgia

        Comments about Watson 50 ft AC Power Extension Cord 16 AWG (Black):

        Great product for the price

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