P.O. Box 115
Oskaloosa, IA 52577-0115
Phone: (800) 662-2290
Efﬁcient Electrical Designs. Interpower manufactures medical and nonmedical cords, cord sets and components along with North American and international cable. By designing approved country-specific plugs on one end of the cord, and adding an IEC connector on the other, customers reduce cost by not warehousing country-specific cord sets.
IEC 60320 components create a common connector interface. Interpower C13 and C19 IEC connectors and other IEC connectors, inlets, outlets, and plug connectors require only one country-specific plug for the mains power at the wall socket. The opposite end of the plug terminates in an IEC 60320 connector which plugs into the inlet of the Accessory Power Strip (APS) or Power Distribution Unit (PDU). Now IEC jumper cords connect to equipment or devices by plugging into the multiple outlets along the APS/PDU.
Testing. All Interpower cords, cord sets and components are U.S.A.-made and tested according to Interpower’s quality plan: hipot testing, continuity testing, and ground testing with multiple inspections. However, hospital-grade cords approved by UL and CSA in North America must pass rigorous testing per UL 817 (126.96.36.199) and C22.2 No. 21-14 for hospital-grade power cord sets.
Interpower offers no minimum order or dollar requirements, and same day shipping on in-stock Interpower products.
Interpower® is a premier manufacturer of American-made electrical power systems worldwide, including North American 5-15, 5-20, 6-15, and 6-20 hospital-grade cords, and international hospital-grade cords providing correct amperages and voltages for vital medical equipment such as portable CT Scanners and X-ray machines, medical-grade treadmills, ECMO machines, and ventilators.
When designing and manufacturing hospital- grade products worldwide, it’s essential to know the medical requirements of the country of export—select hospitals in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Japan, and the United States have proprietary requirements. (Note: any country currently without hospital-grade standards may add them to their existing electrical standards.)