Power Cords

Power cords are used to connect electrical appliances and equipment to the main electricity supply, allowing them to operate or charge. They are designed to safely carry electrical current from the power source to the device.

Buying Guide

  • North American power cords are designed to fit standard electrical outlets used in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. They typically have two flat parallel prongs and a grounding pin (Type B plug according to the NEMA standard). 
  • International power cords, on the other hand, are designed to fit the various outlet types found in countries around the globe, adhering to the specific standards and shapes of plugs and sockets used in each region.