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#177360 - 04/30/08 08:00 AM Can't Identify this Connector
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I'm trying to find the other half of this connector. If you can't read the plate,it says 323-N 3P 4@ 100A 600V.

However, it sure looks like it only accepts 3 conductors plus ground. I don't know what this is and my electrical supplier has been "looking into it" for me for two days but no luck yet.

Any info appreciated.






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#177365 - 04/30/08 09:25 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: maintenanceguy]
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It looks like a predecessor to arktite by crouse hinds which is a cooper company now.Looks redundant

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#177368 - 04/30/08 09:41 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: dougwells]
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... and is that a NEMA 1 box outside?
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#177369 - 04/30/08 10:24 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: Mike Wescoatt]
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Arktite doesn't seem to have anything quite like it now. And the box is gasketed so I don't think it's a NEMA1...that is if the screw wasn't missing.

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#177370 - 04/30/08 10:33 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: maintenanceguy]
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Start over wih the correct plug set and correct outdoor box

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#177374 - 04/30/08 10:54 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: LK]
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Isn't that arrow we see someone's trademark ...Arrow-Hart, perhaps?

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#177383 - 04/30/08 04:53 PM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: renosteinke]
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Is it by any chance a Russellstoll?



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#177444 - 05/02/08 06:37 PM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: NORCAL]
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I've a strange feeling that outlet isn't domestic... European maybe? Are there any listing agency markings on it?

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#177461 - 05/03/08 06:09 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: Lostazhell]
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I have seen a lot of Russell Stoll and they all had round pins.
Are the screws metric? If they are SAE it is probably US.
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#177506 - 05/05/08 02:58 AM Re: Can't Identify this Connector [Re: gfretwell]
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Not Continental I think, MAYBE British. No other country I know uses "AMP" rather than "A" for Ampere. Besides, 600V would be an odd rating, most stuff used for voltages up to 240/415V is only rated 500V and above the next atandard voltage is 400/690V.

What's the part the arrow is pointing towards? A screw? Or maybe the missing neutral pin?

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