Argentina Power Cords
The IRAM 2073:1982 is the standard
plug of the Argentina Power Cords, and carries the IRAM approval
issued by the IRAM agency.
Though it appears to be similar to the AS 3112 and GB 2099 standards,
the IRAM 2073:1982 Argentina Plug is wired with the live and neutral pins in opposite positions from its counterparts.
Quail’s International Power Cord Molds are tooled using state-of-the-art equipment and high quality thermoplastic resins. All of our
Argentinian Power Cords feature solid stainless steel blades and boast the INMETRO
marking required for circulation within Argentina and any countries that
mandate the INMETRO standard. To figure out
which is the standard plug of any country, visit our International Cord Locator and select the country you want.
The 2550 is the flagship of the
Argentina Power Cords.
Argentina Power Cords are divided into
two types. Cords with One End feature exposed wire on the opposite end making them ideal for hard wiring into appliances. Cords with Two Ends are used when the application you are powering has a built-in inlet for the connection.