Larson Electronics LLC Releases 75’ 4/5 SOOW Type-W Weatherproof Extension Cord with 4P5W Cord Cap

May 16, 2018

Industrial lighting leader, Larson Electronics, has announced the release of a brand new 75 foot weatherproof 4/5 SOOW Type-W extension power cord with a 100-amp rated weatherproof pin and sleeve cord cap. This extension cord is designed for heavy duty outdoor applications, allowing operators to extend power to equipment in outdoor or remote locations where stationary weatherproof outlets are not available.

The EXC-75-120.240V-4P5W-100A-IP67 is a rugged weatherproof extension cord constructed of 4-gauge 5-conductor wire that features a red 100-amp rated weatherproof IEC 60309 5-pole 4-pin cord cap. This 75-foot SOOW extension cord is flexible and chemical and abrasion resistant. Operators can use this cord to power their 120/240 Volt equipment from just a single system. This industrial extension cord is popular for use in remote outdoor locations to connect generators, stage equipment, UPS battery backups and other industrial equipment.

“This SOOW extension cord is ideal for operators who need to extend 120/240-volt power to their equipment in a remote location where regular outlets are unavailable,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The weatherproofing of the cord and the pin sleeve cord cap allows the EXC-75-120.240V-4P5W-100A-IP67 to be used safely outdoors and during unpredictable weather.”

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