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Topic # 114023 5-Feb-2013 13:36
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Just picked up some Rackmount PDU's and need cables to power stuff. Looking for the best way/cheapest of getting maybe 20 (tops) of the male to female IEC power cables. They can't be worth more than a couple of dollars each but Trademe has typically crazy prices.

If anyone runs a data centre with spares happy to buy them off you as a company or as an individual.


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  Reply # 756081 5-Feb-2013 13:45
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We sell them at $2.50ea, They the one thing we run out of when dealing with UPS's hah

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  Reply # 756085 5-Feb-2013 13:55
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Man I just buy the Dynamix ones off Ascent. Maybe not as cheap as you would like but doesn't bother me. Remember not to get them too long as it becomes really untidy. best to get a mix of lengths.







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  Reply # 756088 5-Feb-2013 14:01
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Messaged you via your website

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Chris

(Just thought that might not have been the best option - but its done now)




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  Reply # 756617 6-Feb-2013 16:36
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Just a quick thanks to all the responders on this. I've now found a great supplier though Geekzone.

So thanks ExtensITy Group Limited and thanks Geekzone


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