Mains Cable CEE 7/7 to C15, 3m CEE 7/7/IEC 60320-C15, 1mm², VDE, black

Product No.:
CB-15-3M
Shippingtime:
2-3 days 2-3 days (abroad may vary)
Stock:
447 pieces
7,15 EUR
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Mains Cable for Europe - CEE 7/7 to C15

datasheet

TOSCHA Part No: CB-15-3M (Yung-Li Part No: YP-22/YC-20)

  • Connectors: CEE E+F 90° angled to C15
  • Colour: black
  • Length: 3 m
  • X section: 3 x 1mm²
  • Material: H05V2V2-F
  • Approvals: VDE, ENEC, CE
  • RoHS compliant
  • Packaging: bulk

Countries:
Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Moldavia, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Tunisia, Ukraine

There is no official standard in Syria and Turkey, the CEE-7/7 connector is in general use.

Plug type E+F CEE-7/7-System - Yung-Li Part No YP-23
Two safety feature systems are incorporated in this plug so that grounding (earthing) functions through the flanges on the circumference of the plug or through an earth pin (french system).

Connector type C15 - Yung-Li Part No YC-20
Some electric kettles and similar hot household appliances like home stills use a supply cord with a C15 connector, and a matching C16 inlet on the appliance; their temperature rating is 120 °C rather than the 70 °C of the similar C13/C14 combination. The official designation in Europe for the C15/C16 coupler is a 'hot condition' coupler. These are similar in form to the C13/C14 coupler, except with a ridge opposite the earth in the C16 inlet (preventing a C13 fitting), and a corresponding valley in the C15 connector (which doesn't prevent it fitting a C14 inlet). For example, an electric kettle cord can be used to power a computer, but an unmodified computer cord cannot be used to power a kettle.

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, 28. April 2019.
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