Overhead Electrical Drops

8/15/2018: Current lead time is about 2 business days

Step 1: Choose Box or Connector

Step 2: Select Unterminated End

What are ferrules?

Step 3: Choose Receptacles

Step 4: Choose Box Type

**Some boxes may not be available for a given configuration

Step 5: Length & Cord Type

Step 6: Optional Grip(s)

What are grips?
Receptacle 2: Receptacle
Receptacle 3: Receptacle
Plate 1: Wall Plate
Plate 2: Wall Plate
Box: Box
Drop Grip (optional): Drop Grip
Box Grip: Box Grip
Unterminated End: Plug
Cord: Cord
Receptacle 1: Receptacle

Step 7: Review Specifications and Add to Cart

Cable Name: Name Appears Here w/ Valid Selection



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*All pendant drops are non-UL.

These products are Assembled in the U.S.A. and are TAA compliant.

Please note that we may offer other configurations not listed here. Check out our stocked items and if you still don't see what you are looking for call (888) 346-4688 for details.

Overhead Drop Electrical Drop

NEC - National Electrical Code


(A)Uses. Flexible cords and cables shall be used only for the following:


210.50(A) Cord Pendants. A cord connector that is supplied by a permanently connected cord pendant shall be considered a receptacle outlet.

314.23(H) Pendant Boxes. An enclosure supported by a pendant shall comply with 314.23(H)(1)

314.23(H)(1) Flexible Cord. A box shall be supported from a multi-conductor cord or cable in an approved manner that protects the conductors against strain, such as a strain-relief connector threaded into a box with a hub.

Pendants [210.50(A) and 314.23(H)] if the cords are identified for pendant use in Table 400.4

Table 400.5(A)(I)and(2) Allowable Ampacity for Flexible Cords and Cables. For 5 wire Female ends the power factor must be greater than 50% or the assembly is de-rated 20%.