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50 ft. 10/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug

$99.97 /each

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Product Overview

This 300-Volt, indoor and outdoor, extension cord can be used in heavy use applications. This extension cord offers flexibility, durability, and a kink free cord when you need it most. It is great for use with saws, shop vacuums, or any power tools requiring 15 Amp or less.

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  • 15 Amp, 125-Volt, 1875-Watt
  • UL listed
  • 3 prong grounded cord
  • Lighted power indicator
  • Store indoors while not in use
  • Flexible from -58 Degree to 167 Degree
  • Note: product may vary by store

Specifications

Dimensions

Cord Thickness (In.) 
.045 
Product Depth (in.) 
600 
Product Height (in.) 
1.53 
Product Width (in.) 
1.53 
Wire Gauge 
10 

Details

Application 
Heavy Duty 
Cord Length (ft.) 
50 
Electrical Product Type 
Electrical Cords & Cord Management 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Maximum Amperage (amps) 
15 
Number of Conductors 
Number of Outlets 
Product Weight (oz.) 
200 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Voltage (volts) 
125 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Full Lifetime Warranty 

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Re current carrying capacity

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June 21, 2016
Your 50 ft 12-3 is rated at 15 amps. Your 50 ft 10-3 is also rated at 15 amps. Maybe that is because the 10-3 can't quite make 20 amps due to its cover or something; i.e., physically the 10 ga wire can certainly carry more current than 12 ga wire but maybe with the covering it can only carry 18 or 19 amps and ratings only come in 5 amp increments? On the surface this appears to be a paradox.......probably a good reason though. Like to hear from an expert.....just for my ongoing education. For my RV (when plugging in at home or a friend's house) I think I'll go for the heavier 10 gage ...... and just lug it around + try not to use it in a coiled-up configuration. Methinks when it comes to copper conductors, mo' is almost always better. :^)
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June 23, 2016
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Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. The 15 amp specification is because the receptacle it plugs into is rated 15amps. The bigger the wire gauge, the less voltage drop you will experience over a distance. Voltage drop is bad for motors and inherently results in heat from the extension cord which can cause the jacket insulation to melt.10 gauge wire over a long distance, offers less Read More
Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. The 15 amp specification is because the receptacle it plugs into is rated 15amps. The bigger the wire gauge, the less voltage drop you will experience over a distance. Voltage drop is bad for motors and inherently results in heat from the extension cord which can cause the jacket insulation to melt.10 gauge wire over a long distance, offers less voltage drop than 12 gauge extension cords at the same distance. Please let us know if you need any other questions answered. Read Less
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Thank you for contacting RIDGID. For our Extension Cords, please contact a Customer Service representative at 800-254-0362 to help with your questions.
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Where are these cords made

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December 1, 2015
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Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. These cords are made in the USA.
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