6-Foot Power Cord: 6ft power cord with a 120-volt (line voltage) AC 3-prong grounded plug at one end and a 3-wire grounded female molex connector at the other end, which is plugged into the male molex connector protruding from one end of the light fixture
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Can I use this cord to connect two lights together? I have to connect lights on either side of a stove so I will be drilling the cabinets and running the wire up, across and then back down on the inside of the cabinets. I thought it might have looked a little cleaner with this wire. Can I just clip off the connectors, strip the wires and use wire nuts to connect the fixtures? Also I read some of the reviews and someone mentioned the wire being real stiff so I am concerned that bending the wire 90 deg in the cabs might not be possible.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 18, 2013
No, this power cord is designed to connect a light fixture to a power receptacle.
You should use the linking cables to make jumps like the one you describe: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/linking-cable-p043aex.html
By Rob from Fishkill, NY on January 11, 2013
Is this cord approximately 1/4" diameter?
By Ed from Damariscotta, Maine on January 14, 2013
Yes, about a 1/4 inch diameter.
By Andy from Massachusetts on January 14, 2013
Yes, about 1/4".
By Dan from Reno, NV on February 19, 2013
What wire gauge is the cord (or amp/wattage rating)?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 20, 2013
The cord is 18 AWG
By Craig from Eden Mills, VT on February 20, 2013
I'm not sure which lamp you are referring to. The pic appears to show a cord without a grounding wire. Most under cabinet lights have size 18 AWG wire which is adequate for 15 amperes or about 1,800 watts. However those light have 3 conductors which extends the circuit grounding wire to the fixture.