Electrical extension cords come in different types, lengths, and sizes. There are two important factors that determine any cord's load capacity, its ability to carry electrical current.
An extension cord essentially is a bundle of insulated electrical wires with a plug on each end.
Most extension cord failures can be prevented simply by using the right type of cord for the job.
These cords plug into the female lamp cord receptacle on a ballast then into the male plug on the lamp cord coming from the reflector. Allows a user to increase the distance between the ballast and reflector by 10'. Match cord gauge to your existing lamp cord gauge.
Increace the distance between the ballast and reflector.
16AWG lamp extension cords: 10 FT; 15 FT; 25 FT
14AWG lamp extension cords: 10 FT; 15 FT; 25 FT