Cloverleaf C5 Euro Mains Power Cord, 0.6m £5.3094 in stock
Cloverleaf C5 UK Mains Power Cord, 1.8m £5.3014 in stock
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Cloverleaf (Type C5) 3-pin AC Mains Power Cords
These high quality 3-pin ‘Cloverleaf’ mains power cords are suitable for a wide variety of external computer power supply blocks such as those supplied with laptops, Intel NUC computers etc.
If you’re trying to get a PC to work, the first question you need to ask is, “Is it plugged in?". These top-quality power cords will help you get past that first hurdle! One end of the cable has a “Type C5” connector, which looks like a clover leaf and is often found on external “power bricks” such as those used with laptops and small form factor PCs. At the other end of the cable, a choice of either a UK or EURO plug.
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