Power cord Japan type A to C7, 0.75mm, 1.8m

JPN 2pin/IEC 60320-C7, VFF, JET PSE, black

Power cord Japan type A to C7, 0.75mm, 1.8m

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Our Part No.: CB-8-J
EAN: 4032528012858
Customs tariff number: 85444290
Information: DINIC Bulk
In stock: 1178 pc.

Mains Cable for Japan - Type A to C7, black, 6ft

Important notice: From 18.09.2015 it is a legal requirement for Japanese power connectors to undergo a "Proof Tracking Index (PTI) Test" and a "Glow Wire Ignition (GWI) Test". You'll find the neccessary test certificate in the "Downloads/Documents" registry above.

MAG Part No: CB-8-J (Yung-Li Part No: YP-13/YC-13)

  • Connectors: Type A to C7
  • Colour: black
  • Length: 1.80m
  • X section: 2 x 0.75mm
  • Material: VFF
  • Approval: PSE
  • RoHS compliant
  • Packaging: bulk


Plug type A (JIS C 8303) - Yung-Li Part No YP-13
The NEMA -1 plug has 2 flat parallel pins 12.7 (0.5 inch) apart. It is used with small appliances drawing a maximum of 7A at 125V.

Connector type C7 - Yung-Li Part No YC-13
The figure of 8 or Euro 8 IEC 60320-C7 connector is a non-polarized, class II domestic appliance coupler. The maximum pin temperature may not exceed 70C and the maximum rated current is 2.5A.

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This Product was added to our catalogue on Thursday, 10. January 2019.

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