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RIDGID 50 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug


50 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug

  • Kink-free cord allows maximum reach
  • Equipped with lighted power-on indicator
  • Usable from -58 to 167 degrees F
$68.97 /each

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Product Overview

This heavy-duty RIDGID 50 ft. 12/3 Extension Cord is designed for use in temperatures ranging from -58 to 167 degrees F. It features an outlet with a power-on indicator light and is UL listed.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this extension cord be used in a wet location where it may occasionally sit in water.

I am using this product on a sailboat
Asked by: MAKS
There is nothing special about the ends that would protect against moisture, so keep that in mind. However if just the cord part is going to be exposed to some water I wouldn't hesitate there. The sheathe is really heavy duty so I wouldn't imagine there would be any issues.
Answered by: DstBstSN
Date published: 2015-11-04

can I connect two 12 gauge 50 foot extension cords together to supply power to a tool

reeling up 100 feet is a pain thought maby 2. 50 footers would be easier
Asked by: neal
It is much better to use one 100' cord, than to use to 50' cords connected together because the plugs are only "spring tension" connections, that when not in use are subject to corrosion (copper plug blades on old cords are darker than on new ones, due to corrosion from being exposed to air), this corrosion resists the flow of electricity and reduces available voltage when under load (while running a motor or lights etc.), this will cause the cord to heat up and shorten the life of motorized power tools. I would also like to point out that copper itself has resistance (resists the flow of electricity) to a small degree - the shorter the cord can be the better, likewise the heavier gauge the cord can be the better. The further you get from your electrical panel the more resistance you will have - heavier gauge cords have less resistance.
Answered by: Bongo
Date published: 2017-01-26

Can this be used to plug in a window a/c unit to a single circuit 15 amp breaker? The a/c unit says its 12 amps 1330w.

Asked by: Tivomkc
Thank you for your inquiry in our 100 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug. The rating for this cord is adequate. Running a window air conditioner on an extension cord for an extended period of time is not recommended. Extension cords are temporary use devices hence the name “service cord”. Local codes may prohibit the use of an extension as a mean to power devices for an extended period of time inside a building. Due to the nature of an extension cord temporary power purpose, there is also a risk a cord end may become separated from its mate. You will also need to make that any excess cord is laid out flat and not coiled up. This can melt the jacket and may create a fire hazard if left unattended.
Answered by: Cerro Electrical
Date published: 2016-08-17

Can it be used to full power an RV?

Need a cord strong enough to run a mobile grooming trailer
Asked by: Celeste
To: 'Celeste' {....use this to FULL-POWER an RV?} Not really a Great Idea! ...FAR better to acquire a legitimate 'RV' Power Cord, of 10 Ga & 10'-25' maximum length. F.Y.I - whenever parked & connected @ any RV Camp Site, that usually supplies a minimum of (30) amps, which your Question Cord can NOT handle at all. eli2
Answered by: ei2
Date published: 2017-01-06
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Customer Reviews

50 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what I want I have a 100ft. cord, and it was just getting to be a problem, when all I really only need was a smaller cord. This one has done the trick.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this to power a 13 amp electric snow... I bought this to power a 13 amp electric snow blower. It worked perfectly. The cold didn't cause it to become too stiff to manage either. I especially like the way the plug lights up. Since blowing fuses is easy with this type of tool, it's nice to be able to know right away you have power.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Melting ends I've had cord for 4or5 years last winter used cord with space heater the ends turned black and showed signs of melting can't figure out how to get pics or I'd include
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Flexible and High Quality Extension Cord It’s past time to replace my old, frayed and undersized extension cords. I bought a Ridgid 25 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord a few years ago and have been very satisfied with its performance, so I decided on a new Ridgid 100 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord with Lighted Plug. This is a contractor grade cord and is rated for 15 Amps. It also stays flexible from -58 to 167 degrees Fahrenheit and uses three 12 gauge copper stranded wires. The lighted plug is a nice feature that is very handy at night. \ As a general rule, an extension cord should be as short as possible to avoid excessive voltage drop under load. This Ridgid 100 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord is the perfect solution for using power tools, shop vacuums and other high power consumption devices at a long distance from the power source. Highly Recommended!!
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Heavy Cord, slight issue Have a couple of these cords, only issue when the housing comes apart , see in picture, housing slides out of plug
Date published: 2016-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flexible and Heavy Duty This is a heavy-duty extension cord. You can tell it’s higher quality than cheaper cords just by picking it up – it’s much heavier than its cheaper counterparts and its rubber insulation feels more robust. Despite its sturdy construction, it’s still very flexible and easy to coil. It works great for powering shop vacs, lawn equipment and power tools. The lighted plug is also a nice feature. If you are regularly powering devices with high power consumption, you can’t go wrong with this cord!
Date published: 2015-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect for yard work This power cord uses 12 gauge wire - which is heavy enough to drive a 15 Amp device. If you use a lighter cable you may be overloading the cable resulting in lower being available to the appliance. We use this for powering our electric lawnmower and it works perfectly for that purpose. The appliance end socket has a small light in it to show you when the cable is energized. This is really useful when you are 100' away from the wall socket and you need to know if the power is on or not. It is a grounded cable as you would expect and is a full 100' long (I measured it!)
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It was not as good as I thought. Something wrong with material on outside the cord. There is one spot getting soft and air bubble and going to come a part so I might take it back for exchange.
Date published: 2016-03-08
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