12/20kv single-core XLPE insulated PVC sheathed power cable(YJV,YJLV)

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355.51.826.026.09907690.5240.8680.66831.1130
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Q:Does all the power supply has the pci-e cable?
Even okorder.com/
Q:Laptop power cables, where can i buy a replacement one? award for best answer!?
dick smith or one of those types of Electronic shops they sell these packs with about 10 different adapters for $60 BEWARE using anything but the proper acer battery may void your warranty
Q:Additional power use for cable tv +net with converter box ?
look at the back of each device. it will show you a current rating and usage, exmple 45 watts. Add em up Whats strange is that they draw power even when turned off.some even more when off. use a power strip with an on off switch so you can turn them all off when not in use. Turn them all on watch your electric meter spin. Unplug them and watch it spin. The difference is your savings.
Q:LCD TV/Cable Power Issue?
Something is seriously wrong, and you may need to get an electrician on the problem. You need to check the voltage between your set and the cable with a meter. There should be little or no measurable voltage. If you are getting a reading like 115 volts, then I suspect that the wall outlet into which your TV is plugged has been wired backwards, i.e. the black wire is on the white terminal, and vice-versa. The cable is (or should be) grounded where it comes into the house, but if the outlet has the hot wire on the wrong side, this might cause the problem you described. The wrong connection could have occurred anywhere along the line between your main panel and the outlet, so this may involve checking the connections at several outlets and light fixtures - whatever is on the same circuit as your TV's outlet.
Q:some one told me that cisco get this router without AC power it get the power from the network cable?
Let's just clarify a thing or two: Most networking equipment uses AC power. All routers and switches (or, at least 99% of them) must be powered from an AC wall outlet. However, a wireless access point or an IP telephone may receive power from it's attached ethernet cable. Where does the power come from? The device on the other end of the cable must be supplying power through the cable. This is called PoE (power-over-ethernet) and there is at least one IEEE standard for this, and one Cisco-proprietary standard. Typical devices that can supply power are switches (not all switches) and power injectors. A power injector is a palm-sized device that you insert between a non-PoE switch and a client device to inject power into the ethernet cable. The injector must be wall powered to function. Some routers, particularly ISR (integrated services routers) routers can suypply PoE, too. So, usually routers do not receive PoE. Often, switches provide PoE. Usually, access points receive PoE. Make sense?
Q:i want to wire directly to my car a sat nav power cable and reversing sensor display to my cars electrics.?
I'm assuming you mean the wire providing the 12-volt power to your radio? And you want to connect other unit's it? It all depends on how much current is drawn by the additional units. Do they have fuses? What sizes are they? Backup cameras usually draw very little current and have really thin wires. Shouldn't be a problem. What type of navigation device? Does it use a DVD-ROM or is it just on a chip, like a portable Tom Tom, Garvin, etc.? If neither of the units' fuses exceed 5 amps, I'd say you're safe (in most cars) running it from the radio's power wire. However, you didn't state the type of car. Late-model GM cars or Audi/Volkswagen have low-current radio wires that use computers. They are known as data bus or can bus systems. I'd avoid connecting to these.
Q:Is the white stuff on my power cable dangerous?
If you have batteries, then it could be these leaking acid, and in time, these will erode your equipment,any other corrosion,I would take as a sign to replace your equipment
Q:Why wont my ps2 power on?
Maybe the black big rectangle in the connection to the wall thing is damaged, maybe you need a new one
Q:Why does my laptop shut off when I remove the power cable?
Your laptop hates you
Q:where does the power cable for the headlights go to... i think my power cable broke somewhere and?
The power for the headlights comes from the front fuse/relay box, usually on the drivers side wheel well under the hood. There should be a relay in the box for the headlights.

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