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Power cables are like the lifeblood of our electrical devices, keeping them running smoothly and consistently. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a power cable for an appliance, from the length, size, and shape of the plug to the construction and colour of the exterior casing, not to mention the types of end-point connections.

Consider the variety of styles, whether it’s a computer power cable, monitor power cable, PC power cable, or TV power cable. If the wall or mains power connection is in a tight spot, it might call for an angled plug, such as a right-angle power cable that is shaped to fit where standard plugs might not.

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is the international standards body that sets the globally accepted technical requirement for these types of power cables. At 4Cabling, all of the cables available comply with IEC standards as well as the Australian standards.

What are the different types of power cables?

The growth in appliances in homes and offices (not to mention sheds, garages and studios) has gone hand in hand with the creation of many varieties of power cables needed to power all of these electrical devices.

4Cabling stocks power cables for all sorts of devices and when choosing a cable, it’s always important make sure it matches an existing cable or that you’ve checked the connector and plug specifications.

Computer power cable 

This is typically the IEC C13 to Mains, that has one end that is the male 3 pin plug formally known as the standard “AS/NZS 3112”, but often just referred to as 3 pin mains, and the socket end which is the other female end, referred to as ‘IEC C13’. These are a very common cable that are used to power a wide variety of devices including computers, monitors and printers. At 4Cabling we carry many PC/Computer cables that also come in a variety of lengths to suit many different set-ups and situations.

TV power cable 

There are times when you might need to replace the TV power cable, say if it’s been lost or damaged or things change and the existing cable becomes too short to reach between the wall socket and the TV itself. This means opting for a cable with a mains power plug on one end and a TV socket on the other end in the length required. This is usually either the same as a common PC cable “IEC C13” or the “IEC C7” cable, although these cables can also be used to power numerous household appliances. In Australia it must comply with the AS/NZS3112 standard. All 4Cabling cables are compliant with Australian standards and Electrical Safety Authority Approved.

 

This is by no means an exhaustive list of all of the different power cables. It covers some of the more common home and office cables as well as some of the networking power cables. In additional to checking cables are compliant with Australian standards and suit locally sold devices, it’s important that the power cable has a compatible Amps rating, such as 10A, which is suitable for many common appliances.

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