ANSLUTA Power supply cord,

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For connection to the main supply of 1 or up to 10 connected lamps. Turn them all on and off simultaneously with a single cord switch.

Article Number301.214.11

Product details

For connection to the main supply of 1 or up to 10 connected lamps. Turn them all on and off simultaneously with a single cord switch.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number301.214.11
  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

  • Wire:

    PVC

    Main parts:

    Polyamide

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

    Warning:This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

Measurements

Cord length: 11 ' 6 "

  • ANSLUTA
    Power supply cordArticle Number301.214.11

    Width: 3 "

    Height: 1 ½ "

    Length: 8 ¼ "

    Weight: 6 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

3.7(17)
Works greatALICEWorks great5
Basic power supply, does allBlankaBasic power supply, does all it needs to do5
DisappointedJenniferLove the lights and wanted the option to dim. I swapped out smart components in the event they were defective but finally Gave up and returned the lights and all the smart components! Super disappointed as I love the lights. IKEA needs a dedicated desk and staff in store for lighting and one location for product. I ran around crazy between showroom and market place. Big hassle to get help online or in store!1
okphillipok5
Very easy to set up.michaelVery easy to set up.5
Great product! works and looksAnonymous reviewerGreat product! works and looks better than expected!4
It is perfectly suitable, ICarolineIt is perfectly suitable, I haven't installed it yet3
Fine but...TbrandtCords work fine but are way too long. It would be so much better if there were various sizes to choose from. You can either bundle up the massive length of extra cord, or do a splice. I have them bundled now but may do a splice later.4
Great ValueurkellIt's a flexible cord for many of the IKEA light fixtures.4
ANSLUTA power supply cord is mandatoryJim BothwellThe ANSLUTA power cord fits between the 110 volt wall receptacle and the ANSLUTA power supply hence it is a mandatory item. The power cord includes an off-on switch that is very useful for our application.5
PerfectIsland GraceGreat cord. Perfect for floor lamp behind couch.5
Way to much cord for my kitchen jobLisaJGI bought this as ordered thru my IKEA designed and installed kitchen. There is a huge amount of wire bunched up in cabinet above my range and also above my refrigerator. Seems like they should be able to provide the length needed or adjust it...3
Part of the solutionBlonde BearThis is the connector for the LED lights that I used. Other options were indicated in the instructions.4
Doesn"t work!SimbaMThis was necessary for a light fixture previously purchased, but it didn't work. Will be returning it this weekend. Marked that it is good for saving energy because it doesn't use any. :)1
Love itolivianI put this in my kitchen to create ambience and task lighting. Could not be happier!5
Still not the right thing.MacmamaI bought a light for my daughters desk a couple months ago. Came home to realize that my light didn't come with a power cord. So my next trip to IKEA (a long trip, all day affair, always) I found the light in the store again and bought this cord that it was displayed with. I came home happy to finally set up our desk light but we discovered that they do not fit together. Not sure if it was a design change in the 2 month gap or an ill placed display. But now I've spent far more $ than originally intended on mismatched parts and in the meantime more $ in a local store to get a simple desk lamp.1
ANSULTA Power Supply CordPDCHIt needs to be offered in shorter lengths or have a way to easily shorten it. The cord is over 11' long and for connecting a bunch of kitchen under cabinet lights it leaves a ton of extra cord that we can't figure out what to do with and there's no alternative cord that can be used for your lights. Other than that they're fine.3

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Function solution

A bright shelf

RATIONELL shelf with built-in lighting spreads light both upwards and downwards. Put it on the wall with brackets from the same series or mount it inside an AKURUM kitchen cabinet. Use the ANSLUTA cord system to connect several together.