NEMA Power Cords

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of NEMA power cord manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source NEMA power cord manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate NEMA power cord companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer NEMA power cord for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading NEMA power cord manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for NEMA 6-20p, NEMA 6-15p, or NEMA cords.

  • Livermore, CA 800-669-8090

    We offer a wide range of NEMA power cords. Our North American cords are keyed by NEMA to both current and voltage. Allow our wonderful staff to help to match you with the product that you need today! We use our twenty five years of experience in the market in every case we work with in order to serve you better. It is our aim to please and provide customer service that exceeds expectation every time. Visit our website to learn more or call us today!

  • Campbell, CA 888-788-4884, 408-871-7928

    NEMA power cords are the most popular set of standards used in North America for the construction of power cords and respective connections. We offer an easy site to navigate in order to match your NEMA power cord or plug with a corresponding picture to figure out what other products would work best with it. Our skilled staff will be able to help you should you not be able to find something to fit your specifications. Contact us today to learn what we can do for you!

  • Joliet, IL 800-683-7228

    We are driven to bring you an expansive collection of NEMA power cords. Our skilled technicians keep their eyes out for any new innovations in our industry as well as any improvements on old technology. We aim to stay on the leading edge of technology this way. We train our staff to be able to provide you with superb customer service that is sure to bring a smile to your face. To get in touch with us, send us an email or visit our website today!

    United Universal Industries, Inc.
  • Lancaster, PA 800-818-4916

    Our plug adapters are guaranteed to bring you a lifetime of value. Our staff is committed to bringing you only the most reliable products that are available. We will find solutions for your cord needs regardless of how difficult the job may be. We have experienced technicians on hand in order to help you find the perfect product for you! All of our products go through rigorous testing before being shipped to you. Contact us today for more information.

    Kord King
  • New Brunswick, NJ 732-249-2656

    MEGA manufactures AC/DC ITE and medical (60601-1 4th ed) power supplies in wall plug in, desk top and open frame packages up to 800W. Designed to get the job done at a reasonable price, supplies carry multiple approvals to make it possible to ship one supply globally, including wall plug in versions with interchangeable plug plates, which can be shipped as a package or purchased individually. Customizations are possible with any DC barrel needed to mate perfectly with your device.

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NEMA Power Cords

NEMA power cords, or National Electrical Manufacturers Association power cords, plugs and connectors are the standard electrical plug used in North America, especially in the United States and throughout much of Canada. NEMA is an American-based organization formed in 1926 which sets the standards for electrical components and systems to adhere to and maintain.

Almost all of the electrical plugs and electrical receptacles used and sold in the US abide by the manufacturing and material quality standards set by NEMA. An important result of this is the increased consistency and expectations between electrical component manufacturers and consumers. The two most common NEMA standard connectors are the 1-15P and the 5-15; these are plugs with a body typically made of molded rubber and prongs made from steel or brass with a zinc, tin, or nickel coating. The 5-15 is used typically for general electrical devices and light-weight power loads. These are found broadly in homes, commercial and office applications. Other NEMA connectors carry different variations on these two common plugs, with more or differently placed prongs and increasing voltage capacities. The twist-locking L series and most other connector types are used for industrial purposes, and the types of connectors coincide with various types of use and voltage. For example, some types of locking connectors are used in boats, where there is movement and it is important that power connection not be lost or exposed where water damage could cause a short. The twist-lock cannot be pulled out of its outlet unless it is twisted open.

Devices approved by NEMA are typically engineered to be one wire or two wire devices depending on whether or not a device is polarized or grounded. Different considerations to keep in mind when purchasing electrical components include: the intended use of the power supply cord, plug or connectors, the intended energy load and transfer that will be required and the device for which is it needed. As NEMA components are the standard for the US, other power cords and connectors will be required if there is to be any travel or exposure to an international power source. Plug adapters and international power cords are widely available, but are not always required to meet NEMA standards and therefore it will still be important to consider individual manufacturing and material quality. Increased safety features and requirements are another benefit of having NEMA manufactured products available, and this is an important element missing from appliances that do not adhere to NEMA standards. Safety features on many NEMA parts include tamper resistant receptacles to reduce electrical shock, and grounding capabilities, especially in plugs which are intended for use in potentially wet areas such as out of doors, kitchens or basements in which a grounding capability will cut off the flow of electricity.

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