Re-wireable IEC (kettle-type) Female Plug (ballast)
Re-wireable IEC Female Plug
A replacement Female IEC Plug like those found on the end of ballast leads.
- Can be used to replace a damaged/broken reflector connector
- Internal connections are screw-type
- Tough plastic construction
- Live and Neutral connections are marked
- Mates with IEC Male connector
- Rated at 10 amps
1 x Re-wireable IEC Female Plug.
How the Female Plug Works:
The Re-wireable IEC (kettle-type) Female Plug (ballast) allows you to supply power to an IEC Male Plug. The Re-wireable IEC plug can be fitted onto the end of any cable (such as that found on the output of ballasts) and then plugged onto an IEC Male plug (like that found on the input to a reflector). The re-wireable IEC plug can be used to replace or renew old or damaged connectors of a similar type.
How to Use the Female Plug:
Mains connectors and fittings should only be installed by an electrically competent person. Remove the old or damaged connector (if necessary) and strip back the outer sheath of the cable by 30mm approx. Unscrew the main screw and take apart the connector. Partially unscrew the strain-relief screws so a cable can be inserted into it. Slide the strain relief over the end of your cable. Cut back the wires on the end of your cable to the correct length. Strip back the ends to reveal approximately 7mm of copper. Slide the cable under the strain relief bridge and into the connector. Screw each wire into the appropriate screw-connection inside and tighten. Tighten the strain-relief screws and re-assemble the connector. Plug the connector into the correct socket and switch on.