EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 - Power supply (internal) - 80 PLUS Gold - AC 100-240 V - 750 Watt
eVGA - Power supply ( internal ) - AC 100-240 V - 430 Watt
EVGA 750 GQ - Power supply (internal) - ATX12V / EPS12V - 80 PLUS Gold - AC 100-240 V - 750 Watt - active PFC
HP - Power adapter - AC 115/230 V - 45 Watt - United States - for Chromebook 13 G1; Elite x2 1012 G1, 1012 G2; Pro x2 612 G2; Spectre Pro 13 G1
312W Redundant Power Supply for StorageWorks MSL8096 Tape Library
Juniper Networks - Power supply - hot-plug / redundant - AC 110-240 V - 320 Watt - for EX 3200 24T, 48T; 4200 24F, 24T, 48T
Increases the deployment flexibility of Cisco Unified IP phones by providing an alternative powering option to local power, multiport power patch panels, & inline-power-capable switches.
The Dell SonicWALL Power Supply provides reliable power for your mission-critical applications. It designed for TZ 100 / 200 Series Appliance.
Epson - Power supply cover - dark gray - for TM T88V
Cisco - Power supply ( internal ) - AC 100/240 V - for Cisco 2921, 2951
Allied Telesis AT MC115XL - Fiber media converter - Fast Ethernet - 10Base-T, 100Base-SX, 100Base-TX, 10Base-FL (ST) - ST multi-mode / RJ-45 - up to 1.2 miles - 850 nm
The MT-352 upgrade power supply adds 80 PLUS bronze certification for increased efficiency over its predecessor. An ideal choice for stable and efficient power, the MT-352 features universal input packaged within a petite small form factor design.
Supermicro PWS-920P-1R - Power supply ( rack-mountable ) - 80 PLUS Platinum - AC 100-240 V - 920 Watt - PFC - 1U
Datalogic Gryphon I BC4030 - Wireless bar code reader adapter - healthcare white
Bogen PRS 2403 - Power adapter ( bare wire, terminal block (screw) )
Cisco - Power adapter - for IP Phone 78XX, 79XX; Unified IP Phone 69XX, 79XX
Cisco 4200 WACV - Power supply (plug-in module) - AC 110/200 V - 4200 Watt - for Catalyst 4503, 4506, 4507R, 4510R
The ImageSafe Scanner is a single-feed MICR reader and a dual-sided check scanner. In a single pass, the ImageSafe Scanner reads the MICR characters at the bottom of a check and produces a digitized image of the entire check (front and back).