May 11, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
Your guests won’t often get to see the behind-the-scenes view of your electronics systems, but Middle Atlantic has introduced a new set of IEC Power Cords to make sure that your equipment racks are cleaner and make best use of the space in which they’re housed.
Designed so system installers can maximize real estate within any size enclosure, the IEC Power Cords can replace standard component power cords to provide a shorter cord path and a cleaner, more efficient back of rack that is easy to service, Middle Atlantic says.
Installers can choose a specific cord length when connecting components to a power strip, effectively shortening cable runs within an enclosure and eliminating excess cable slack, unnecessary cable loops and the possibility of damaging cable kinks, making for an equipment rack that won’t become an eyesore or nightmare for the homeowner. IEC Power Cords also prevent system noise from stray AC magnetic fields.
Available in packs of four, IEC Power Cords are color coded and are available in lengths of 6, 12, 18, 24 and 36 inches.
For more details visit www.middleatlantic.com.
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