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#140441 - 03/05/04 04:15 PM Wiring Methods  
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I'm looking for some information is modular wiring methods used when space is at a premimum in countries using 13Amp 250v (British Standard) as near as I can tell. The wireing would have to fit under a low profile raised floor only 1 3'4" clearance. Does anyone know of any sites that might help out?


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#140442 - 03/06/04 05:53 PM Re: Wiring Methods  
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I don't think this one will fit in just 1-3/4" clearances, but is this the sort of thing you had in mind?

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