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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
1877066-1 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMP/TYCO ELECTRONICS Not Provided Connector; Medical CPC; Receptacle Assy; 5 Pos.; UL 94V-0; IP 50; Panel Mount
821 SL078 Allied Electronics, Inc. ALPHA WIRE Not Provided Cord, Medical; 10 A; 125 V; 10 Ft.; NEMA 5-15 plug, C13 connector; Slate
PS410HGOEMX Newark / element14 TRIPP-LITE Not Provided TRIPP-LITE - PS410HGOEMX - CONNECTOR; MEDICAL OUTLET STRIP; 4; 15A; 120V
1877848-7 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMP/TYCO ELECTRONICS Not Provided Connector; Medical CPC; Collet; Plug Assy; 10 Pos.; UL 94V-0; Cable Mount; Gray
1877851-3 Allied Electronics, Inc. AMP/TYCO ELECTRONICS Not Provided Connector; Medical CPC; Overmold; Plug Assy; 7 Pos.; UL 94V-0; Cable Mount
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