Rubber insulated flexible cables power or electrical household appliances

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Product Description:

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                 This product is applied to power or electrical household appliances and a variety of mobile or electrical devices and tools with AC rated voltages of Uo / U 450/750V and below

II. Properties:
(I) General rubber sheathed flexible cables:
1. This product should comply with GB5023-1997 and JB8735-1998 standards.
                       2. The long-term allowed working temperature of the cable should not exceed 65 ℃;
                 3. W-type derived cable has the properties of resistance to weather and certain resistance to oil, and suitable to be used outdoors or on the occasion when oil stain is contacted;
                     4. The finished cable should withstand the voltage experiments stipulated in the following table.

Experimental conditions


Rated Voltage

300/300 300/500


Length of the sample


Full volume

Full volume


Room temperature

Room temperature

Experimental voltage




Voltage regulation time




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Q:Do you have to use the defult power supply cable in PC?
No, as long as it can supply the proper voltage and amperage.
Q:laptop charger (20v 3.5A) as adapter with IDE/SATA to USB cable to power 3.5 HD?
NO!! Don't do that - I got a hard drive in for repair recently where someone did that - she said it fitted so I thought it would be ok, it's got loads of data I need on that drive can you recover it? I was like - not any more I can't. 20v will blow the hard drive. If the PSU has gone on your external drive your best solution is to take the screws out of the external hard drive casing and open it up. You will find inside you have just a standard SATA hard drive.
Q:Can I connect all my fans and drives on single power cables?
Yes to both questions. It doesn't matter whether you're connecting only harddrives to that cable or only diskdrives (aside from the fact that these are usually located a little apart from each other.) You can combine both and they will work. As for fans... If they have the molex connectors rather than standard 3-pin fan connectors, you can connect them for sure. Depending on what power supply you have, you'll probably have anywhere from 18-30amp on your 12v molex rail. Harddrives will take under 2amp, and depending on what fans you have, they'll use anywhere 0.5-3amp, so even if you have 3 extremely powerful fans drawing 3amp each (3 x 3amp = 9amp), you can safely connect 6 of such monster fans to that 12v molex rail. To be honest, I haven't met too many of such fans - most standard 120mm fans, even with leds, will use no more than 1.5amp. 80mm fans non-led fans will use about 0.3-0.5 amp. If you have a very powerful psu with 30amp on 12v rail and hundred of 80mm fans, in theory you can run all of them. In practice, I'd like to see that :)
Q:What is the interface between the power interface and the hard disk?
Who have seen such a large 1000A estimate is almost 560 * 1.73 = 980A, the peak is almost the same
Q:How to determine whether the square of the cable is standard
Depends on your number is not arranged in order, the general building room when the patch panel and the user board number is one to one correspondence
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:6-Pin Cable for Graphics Card?
my PSU came with that adapter :P
Q:Is the electricity in a power cable completely lost after unplugging it?
by electricity I assume you mean electrical energy. power is the rate at which electrical energy is consumed. Power is generated by the flow of electrical current across a potential difference. Let's use an analogy. A cable is like a water pipe. Current is like the flow of water in the pipe. Pressure is like potential difference (voltage). When there is a difference in pressure at the two ends of the pipe, water will flow through the pipe. The flow of water carries energy, because it can be used to spin a paddle wheel (motor), and the friction of the water against the pipe (electrical resistance) generates heat. I think your question is something to the effect of, if I suddenly remove the pressure difference across the pipe, won't there still be energy in the water flowing in the pipe, and isn't that energy wasted? Well, there's a difference between water and electrical current: the electron hardly weighs anything. There's very, very little energy stored in the motion of electrons in a wire. When the wire is disconnected, the electrons come to a stop almost immediately, and the amount of energy wasted is infinitesimal. I hope that sort of answers your question.
Q:Computer Power Supply?
it depends on what you have in your existing computer. I did a quick check regards power consumption on a couple of different set ups and you could well get by with out having to change your PSU at all if you chose the right video card. I checked an Athlon II 250 with 2 sticks of DDR2 a single hard drive and a single burner with your card and then changed to a Radeon 4670 and a 5670. Both the Radeons did not need to have a PSU bigger than 350W. I next checked a Pentium D at 2.8GHz (yup a P4 roaster) with a similar set up and video cards and was quite surprised that it would make do with a 400W unit. I have been quite impressed with the performance and low power usage of the recent Radeon cards, especially the mid and low end ones. As a 300W unit was mostly used in low end boxes, you may indeed want to consider a new machine. I find that the current crop has some real interesting low and middle range offerings starting at about $400. YMMV. BTW a 500W unit is a decent choice if you intend on keeping your box and upgrading it. Good luck.
Q:Switching my PS3 power cables?
It won't short out, cause it will only take certain power

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