LSZH Power cord YP-33/YC-18, 16A, 1.5mm², 1.8m
IEC 60320-C19/C20, 16A, extension, black
LSZH Mains Cable / Power Cord – C19 to C20
Connectors: C19 to C20
X section: 3 x 1.5mm²
Approvals: VDE, ENEC
Connector type C20
The appliance inlet IEC 60320-C20 is used on high current applications with a maximum current of 16A and a maximum pin temperature of 65°C.
Connector type C19
The appliance coupler IEC 60320-C19 is used on high current applications with a maximum current of 16A and a maximum pin temperature of 65°C.
Low Smoke Zero Halogen LSZH
Low smoke zero halogen is a material classification typically used for cable jacketing in the wire and cable industry. LSZH cable jacketing is composed of thermoplastic or thermoset compounds that emit limited smoke and no halogen when exposed to high sources of heat.
Most cables are insulated with polyethylene, PVC or thermoplastic polyurethane. In a fire, a chlorine-containing plastic material releases hydrogen chloride, a poisonous gas that forms hydrochloric acid when it comes in contact with water. Designated halogen-free cables, on the other hand, do not produce a dangerous gas/acid combination when exposed to flame.
Low smoke zero halogen cable reduces the amount of toxic and corrosive gas emitted during combustion. This type of material is typically used in poorly ventilated areas such as aircraft, rail cars or ships. It is also used extensively in the railway industry, wherever high voltage or track signal wires must be run into and through underground tunnel systems. This reduces the chance of toxic gasses accumulating in these areas should the wires be damaged by fire or a short circuit fault.