STRAIN RELIEF CORDSET
A cordset is a power cable with one or more molded connectors. They provide temporary electrical connections and have a male connector at one end and a female connector at the other end. Either end may not have a connector, but have terminal connector wires instead. Cordsets are flexible, easy-to-connect, and may include components such as fuses, or EMI shielding.
The male end of a cordset is a molded electrical plug with unshielded, exposed terminals known as pins or prongs. This end of the cordset attaches to an electrical outlet or socket. The female end of the cordset is a molded electrical receptacle into which pins or prongs are inserted. The female end attaches to electrically-powered equipment or an appliance. Similarly, either end may instead have terminal connecting wires.
Cable management refers to management of electrical or optical cable in a cabinet or an installation. The term is used for products, workmanship or planning. Cables can easily become tangled, making them difficult to work with, sometimes resulting in devices accidentally becoming unplugged as one attempts to move a cable. A strain relief or cable gland can provide protection to the wires and cable by securing the cable to the panel of the equipment. It helps to protect from stress and damage as well as unintended disconnection.
With heavy duty gas and electric griddle, charbroiler and hot plate categories, as well as world-class toasting, panini sandwich grill and hot dog product solutions, Star is among the largest manufacturers of heavy duty commercial cooking equipment in the world.
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