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Sanus CAPW06

Six-foot low-voltage power wire (2 pack)

Item # 051CAPW06

In stock
$10.99

About the Sanus CAPW06

Use these wires to connect low-voltage rack components to the Sanus CAPT01 low-voltage power supply. They eliminate the need for power converters, and help declutter your cabinet.

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  • Two 6' 12-volt DC power wires (each terminated with DC barrel plugs on each end--5.5mm OD / 2.5mm ID)

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Overview: The Sanus 12-volt DC power wires are used to power low voltage accessories in an A/V rack. The Sanus CAPT01-B1 Multi-volt power supply sends 12 volt DC power to work lights and cooling fans via these wires. This package contains two 6' DC power wires with barrel terminals on each end (5.5mm outside diameter, 2.5mm inside diameter).

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