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UL1061 26GA ORG SOLID Quist Electronics COLE WIRE & CABLE CO INC Not Provided TINNED/COPPER
BRY5362CR Automationdirect.com Not Provided Power Products (Electrical) / Wiring Devices / Electrical Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles / Straight-Blade Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles Heavy-duty straight blade duplex receptacle, 20A, 125VAC, 2-pole, 3-wire, NEMA 5-20, self-grounding, accepts wire up to 10AWG solid or stranded, copper wire only, corrosion-resistant copper alloy nickel plated contacts, high-impact chemical-resistant yellow nylon molded housing
BRY5262CR Automationdirect.com Not Provided Power Products (Electrical) / Wiring Devices / Electrical Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles / Straight-Blade Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles Heavy-duty straight blade duplex receptacle, 15A, 125VAC, 2-pole, 3-wire, NEMA 5-15, self-grounding, accepts wire up to 10AWG solid or stranded, copper wire only, corrosion-resistant copper alloy nickel plated contacts, high-impact chemical-resistant yellow nylon molded housing
BRY5462 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Power Products (Electrical) / Wiring Devices / Electrical Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles / Straight-Blade Plugs, Connectors, & Receptacles Heavy-duty straight blade duplex receptacle, 20A, 250VAC, 2-pole, 3-wire, NEMA 6-20, self-grounding, accepts wire up to 10AWG solid or stranded, copper wire only, high-impact chemical-resistant brown nylon molded housing
C0910A.41.10 RS Electronics General Cable Not Provided Multi-Paired: 24 AWG individually foil shielded low-cap wire, 2 pair, solid stranded tinned copper. Insulated, color code black with white and a gray PVC jacket. Temperature range: -20 Degrees C to +75 degrees C. Voltage: 300; Packaging: 1000 ft reel.
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