Interpower Explains 1-Week Manufacturing Lead Time
Classification: Power ConnectorsInterpower Explains 1-Week Manufacturing Lead Time
Is an Overcurrent Protector Needed for the United Kingdom?
Classification: Power PlugsPresident and Founder of Interpower, Bob Wersen, explains why you still need overcurrent protection for your equipment even though the plug has a fuse.
Why Can't I Use a NEMA 5-15 Power Cord Worldwide?
Classification: AC Power CordsInterpower's President and Founder, Bob Wersen, explains the reasons why you cannot use a NEMA 5-15 power cord for all the countries around the world.
Selecting the Correct Cable
Classification: Multiconductor CablesInterpower's Vice President of Manufacturing, Mike Boyle, discusses why it is important to select the correct cable.
One IEC 60320 C13 and Two Amerage Ratings?
Classification: AC Power ConnectorsInterpower's Vice President of Manufacturing, Mike Boyle, discusses why one C13 can have dual amperage ratings.
Why Adapters Are Not Allowed When Exporting
Classification: AC Power CordsRon Barnett, Product Development Manager of Interpower, discusses the purpose of a plug adapter and why OEM's do not use adapters on their commercial products.
Specifying the Right Cord Set
Classification: AC Power CordsJon Zobel, Molding Supervisor for Interpower, explains why it is so important to specify the right cord set.
Why Some Countries Use Multiple Plug Patterns
Classification: Power PlugsJon Zobel, Molding Supervisor for Interpower, discusses why some countries use multiple plug patterns.
Cord Sets with Plugs and Connectors
Classification: AC Power CordsInterpower's Vice President of Manufacturing, Mike Boyle, discusses the reasons you should not have a plug to plug or connector to connector cord set.