Posted on 2/22/24 4:41 PM
Global Passports: Designing electrical systems for use on every continent requires a global interface which IEC 60320 cords and components provide. No longer is it necessary for end users worldwide to reconfigure cord sets once they unbox them from the factory. Instead, the end of the cord set bearing a country-specific plug connects to a wall outlet (mains power); the other end of the cord, bearing an IEC 60320 connector, plugs into an accessory power strip (APS) or a power distribution unit (PDU) via an IEC 60320 inlet on the APS or PDU.
Posted on 1/23/23 8:35 AM
Posted on 1/31/22 1:08 PM
With numerous country-specific configurations of plug and socket patterns being used worldwide, the prospect of exporting overseas may seem daunting. Accessory Power Systems are electrical passports to global markets, offering end users the versatility of connecting to country-specific power by using just one country-specific plug on a cord set, which is rated per the standards of the agency representing that country.
Posted on 4/19/21 9:00 AM
“Made in America,” “Made in the U.S.A.,” are iconic phrases implying craftsmanship, quality, and entrepreneurial spirit on a prolific scale. Prolific production of goods and services demands a robust logistics infrastructure to build and maintain a global presence.
Posted on 7/6/20 4:22 PM
Accessory Power systems are literally passports to global markets offering end users the versatility to connect to country-specific power mains.