F64 Power Cable - 6ft
Product DescriptionThis is the power cable for our F64 fixture. You can use one per fixture, or better yet, one per chain. You use one of these cords for the first fixture, then use our Chain cable to "daisy chain" up to 12 fixtures in one chain. So if you are buying 4 fixtures and they are going to be less than 10 feet from each other, you would buy ONE of these power cords, and 3 of the Chain cords, which will feed power off the master fixture. Each power cord is 6 foot, the chain cords are 10 foot.
This cord has a NEMA 5-15P cord end on it for use with 120v. If you want to use in a system for 208v, 230-240v, then you will need to replace the plug with a NEMA 6-15 or 6-20 plug, which you can buy at Home Depot or Lowes for under $10. We tried to find 230v cords that use this style plug in, but they simply aren't available.
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