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2m IEC Y-Splitter Power Cable (2x IEC-C13 Female to AU Mains Plug)

2m IEC Y-Splitter Power Cable (2x IEC-C13 Female to AU Mains Plug) (Photo )

Dual screens is where it's at with this IEC Power Splitter Cable!

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Dual screens is where it's at with this IEC Power Splitter Cable!

This is the perfect accessory for your new dual-monitor setup, or your new dual monitor desk mount, or to simply run two monitors from the one mains outlet. Why fill up plugs on your power board when today's super-duper LED/LCD flat panel computer screens draw so little energy?

This Australian Mains to 2 x IEC Y Splitter cable makes cable management a breeze - plug into one power point, run it up the desk and conveniently split to two monitors. It can be used for more than just a couple of displays, though. For example you could have a computer and a screen, or a couple of printers hooked up the same way. But be forewarned, high-end gaming rigs with beefy power supplies are not going to like sharing power!

A lifesaver for any home or office looking for a neat and efficient way to cable up a workstation. And if 2 metres isn't long enough, just throw on an IEC extension!

Features:

  • 5 Year Cable Chick Warranty!
  • 2 Metres of cable
  • Australian AC Mains Male to 2x IEC-C13 (Female) plugs
  • 50cm from Power Plug to Y-Split
  • 1.5m from Y-Split to IEC (each)
  • 3.1 metres Maximum distance between IEC-C13 Power Connectors
  • Basic, compact design
  • Easy-grip plug design with strain-relief
  • Suitable for home or commercial use
  • Not suitable for high-power devices
  • Colour: Black
Product Summary & Specifications
Product Code:
PWR2192
CLength:
2 Metres
Type:
IEC Power Lead

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