I can't find information online about your monitor, so I'll give you a generic answer for all monitors.
Almost all monitors use a C13 cord - the same kind used for a desktop computer. Some use a C7 (two-wire, like that used for some name brand laptop adapters) or a C5 (three-wire, used on other laptop adapters)
These images were lifted from the Mouser Electronics website (AC Power Cords Mouser
). They also carry C13 cords with right-angled plugs, which may be more convenient with some monitors.
There are a very few monitors that use an external power supply, which is like a laptop computer power adapter. If this is the case, the voltage and current requirements for the power supply should be on the label on the back of the monitor, and the only other thing you have match is the plug on the power adapter output cord (it needs to fit the power jack on the back of the monitor). Note: the voltage of the power supply must be the same as that shown on the label (usually 12 VDC) and the current rating must be the same or higher. If you don't see the voltage and current listed on the label, look closely at the power jack - the numbers may be molded into the plastic next to it.
It is rare to find a monitor with a permanently attached power cord. If this is the case with yours and it is damaged, do not attempt to splice it outside of the monitor. Put a replacement plug on if the good part of the cord is long enough, and use a good extension cord. Otherwise, you should open up the case and replace the entire cord. You will probably have to get a connector for the part of the power cord inside the monitor also. (If you are good with soldering, you may be able to splice to this connector, using heat-shrink tubing to insulate the connections.)