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Replacement Surgical Table Power Cord
O.R. Table Power Cord Replacement
Amsco / Steris 3080 / 3085 Surgical Table, Original part no. P764324-271
(using 90° female connector)
Replaces many O.R. Table O.E.M. Surgical Table Electric Power Cords.
Easy to install or detach from equipment. Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Hospital Grade / Green Dot - Straight Cord End $38.50 ea.
- 16 foot length, 18/3 cord, Grey jacket
- Both ends of cord features fully molded design.
- Heavy-duty solid brass blades and pins are soldered or welded to the conductors for added durability.
- An internal strain relief prevents cord/plug separation.
- The plug's one-piece ergonomic design makes for easy handling and provides superior protection against the penetration of liquids, solvents, and cleaning agents.
- Conforms to NEMA 5-15P, 18 Gauge, 125V
- U.L. listed and C.S.A. approved.
Standard Cord $33 ea - Choice of Straight or Angled
Heavy-duty 16 AWG cord features a fully molded design
for maximum durability and long life.
The female connector plugs directly into the device while the male connector
plugs into a standard outlet.
Right-angled power cord is ideal for tight areas
and will plug into O.R. tables that use the 3-pin shroud power connector.
Hospital Grade / Green Dot - Right Angle $44 ea.
20 foot length, Heavy-duty 16/3 SJTOW 105C cord, black jacket
Both ends of cord features fully molded design.
Male end is a "Hospital Grade" connector.
Hospital-Grade Cords and Cordsets Standards and Requirements
Cords used with North American medical equipment must be hospital-grade. What makes the cord hospital grade: the plug. Commonly known as hospital-grade plugs, they are subject to special requirements contained in the following standards: Medical equipment standards: UL 60601-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 no 60601-1; Power supply cord standards: UL 817 and CAN/CSA C22.2 no 21; Attachment plug standards: UL 498 and CAN/CSA C22.2 no 42.
The hospital-grade plug pattern conforms to the NEMA 5-15 standard; however, (1) the blades are usually solid instead of folded brass, (2) the blades are normally nickel-plated, and (3) the plug includes a cable retention device or strain relief to prevent any stress to the plug's internal connections. It is imperative that the ground connection be reliably maintained to protect the patient and medical staff. Although many hospitals prefer that the plug be clear so that internal connections can be inspected visually, the UL and CSA standards do not mandate clear plugs nor do they provide any restrictions on color. Gray, Black or White are other common colors for hospital-grade plugs and cords.
Hospital Grade or Standard Cord Choices Available
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Every Power Cord is tested for:
- Dielectric withstanding Voltage
- Insulation Resistance
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