Lowel T1-80 16' Power Cable

BH #LOC16TL • MFR #T1-80
Lowel
Lowel T1-80 16' Power Cable
Key Features
  • For Tota-light, DP, Omni-Light, Caselite, Softcore
This Lowel T1-80 16' Power Cable is part of the original equipment packed with Lowel Tota-lite, DP, Omni-light, Caselite and SoftCore fixtures. The 16' cord with in-line switch has a USA 110-120V 3 prong grounded plug to female flat 3-prong Lowel female connector.
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Lowel T1-80 Overview

This Lowel T1-80 16' Power Cable is part of the original equipment packed with Lowel Tota-lite, DP, Omni-light, Caselite and SoftCore fixtures. The 16' cord with in-line switch has a USA 110-120V 3 prong grounded plug to female flat 3-prong Lowel female connector.
Weight: 13 oz. (369g)

UPC: 024127400802

Lowel T1-80 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight1.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 6.35 x 3.25"
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Does this cord have the updated lowel #5023 ...

Does this cord have the updated lowel #5023 switch or the older #4022A switch?
Asked by: Andy
This cord does not have either of those switches. It has a switch which is entirely re-designed. It looks a little weird...but nice and solid.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-01-17

Is this compatible with the Lowel Tota?

Is this compatible with the Lowel Tota?
Asked by: Andrea
Yes, the Lowel T1-80 16' Power Cable, B&H # LOC16TL, would be compatible for use with the Lowel Tota-Light Tungsten Flood Light.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-11-11

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Hi, Id like to know if this power cord is compatible with Lowel fresnel 650 ?
Asked by: Eva L.
I dont know for sure, but most Lowel lights use the same cable.
Answered by: Stephen P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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It said that it has '6' cord with in-line switch has a USA 110-120V 3 prong grounded plug' I lived in a country with power sources 220-240v, do i need another cord adapter for that?
Asked by: Nippy
Yes, the cord is a standard 110-120 volt USA plug. Which country do you live in as I travel quite a bit and might be able to help further.
Answered by: David S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Looking for a similar power cord with the switch at the male end, not the end closest to the light? It makes no sense to have the switch next to the light fixture for when elevated on a stand, especially with a Lowel full pole extension to get some serious height, you can't reach the switch!
Asked by: Anonymous
You could always add a switch closer to the male end of the cable. Lowe's sells a heavy-duty inline switch for a couple bucks that looks and functions like the switches the older Lowel cables used to have. If you leave both switches on the cable, the light could be turned off from either one, but both switches would need to be on for the light to get power. You could also make (or have an electrician make) some short extension cords with inline switches that you could plug your lights into... same concept but you wouldn't have to cut into your Lowel cords.
Answered by: Dave L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is this compatible with the Rifa eX 55?
Asked by: Tim U.
I'm not sure. I use it with a Lowell Omni.
Answered by: GEORGE L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Just wanted to confirm that this cable has a power switch. The last one I got didn't have one. Thanks.
Asked by: Anonymous
The Lowel T1-80 16 Cable does have a power switch.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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