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#161917 - 04/09/07 03:41 PM Oddities
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Registered: 12/24/00
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From NORCAL's collection of strange things,

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Here are some pics of a power strip and a couple of Hubbell 15 A. to a 20 A. "crowfoot" adapters, plus an illegal "livefront" crowfoot attachment plug.






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Here is one with US cord cap plugged into Aussie receptacle.




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#162101 - 04/13/07 02:03 AM Re: Oddities [Re: electure]
electure Offline

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Hubba Hubba - One size fits all








Some miscellaneous bizarre things:



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#162676 - 04/23/07 11:59 AM Re: Oddities [Re: electure]
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Registered: 09/08/06
Posts: 41
Loc: Boise, ID, USA
The "bizzare" things are cool. I have some sockets and pendant switches like that porcelain green one.
I've never seen a tap (northwest of the green pendant switch) yet with 2 edison bases and the plug tap in that configuration.

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#162713 - 04/24/07 07:59 AM Re: Oddities [Re: cschow]
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Loc: Norfolk, England
I think a lot of people reading this will already know, but the round-pin receptacle shown as India/South Africa on that dist. board is the old BS546 15-amp outlet, also once the norm in the U.K. and still widely used here in theatre lighting.

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