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FS Adds Zonit Z-LOCK C14 to C13 Power Cords to Guarantee Power Connection Security

Updated on Oct 12, 2021 by
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June 7th, FS News - FS just introduced Zonit Z-LOCK locking C14 to C13 power cords to its product line. Z-LOCK dual-locking cords provide high quality connections and are 100% compatible with IT equipment and PDUs in data centers.

Z-LOCK is acknowledged as the world's first truly universal IEC locking power cord solution for data centers and other critical power applications. It is an already-proven design that ensures secure and reliable power connections. The new product line is available in 14AWG and 17AWG, and measures 3.3ft (1m) and 6.6ft (2m) in length. It is the first time that FS has introduced Zonit to its power system product line.

Zonit Z-LOCK is available from FS American and German warehouses now. The Z-LOCK power cord features:

  • Locking connectors on both ends, eliminating disconnects caused by equipment vibration or human error

  • Universal IEC compatibility with standard devices requiring no proprietary mating plugs

  • Easy plug and play design

  • Alternative colors available

  • SJT (PVC) jacket passing VW-1 flame test

  • cULus, CE, CSA certifications

This new set of dual-locking cords is expected to change the way power is distributed in data centers and other critical applications. Since they prevent unintentional power outages and improve efficiency for assembly, data center infrastructure will be better able to address the demands and challenges of future requirements.

The Z-LOCK dual locking power cords are now in stock and available in FS American and European warehouses. For more details, visit FS Z-LOCK locking power cords product page.

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