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Panamax D10-PFP 10-Outlet IRU 14-Gauge 15 Amps Circuit Breaker Protected Power Distributor 6ft

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The D10-PFP is a sturdy, rack-mountable power distributor. Featuring 10 rear panel outlets with circuit breaker, it offers a convenient way to power a rack full of equipment up to a 15 amp load. The sturdy, all steel construction and heavy-duty 6 foot (14 AWG) three conductor cord provide ultimate durability and longevity. Note that the D10-PFP is a power distributor only, and offers no surge protection or conditioning functions, making it an ideal extension to an existing branch circuit.


  • 10 Rear Panel Outlets For Your Equipment
  • Sturdy One Rack Space Design
  • Heavy Duty 6 Foot, 14 AWG Cord
  • Circuit-breaker Protected
  • Rated 15 Amps
  • All Steel Construction


  • Weight: 5 lbs. (2.3kg)
  • Safety Agency Listing: cULus
  • Power Consumption: 0 Watts
  • Operating Voltage: 90 to 140 VAC
  • Maximum Output Current: 15 AMps (1800 Watts at 120VAC)
  • Line Cord: 6 FT. Captive, 14 AWG, with Three Conductor Edison Plug
  • Construction: Steel chassis, black painted

Panamax D10-PFP Manual
Panamax D10-PFP Datasheet

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