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Nostalgia from the 1940s, various 3 pin outlets
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A plug-in strip using 3 pin outlets, letting you select which circuit you want to load. And other 3 pin Aussie style outlets and plugs from H&H.
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#215521 - 05/25/15 07:02 PM Re: Nostalgia from the 1940s, various 3 pin outlets [Re: wa2ise]
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Interesting concept. 2 'hots' & 1 neutral. I wonder why this didn't catch on big??
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#215522 - 05/26/15 06:28 AM Re: Nostalgia from the 1940s, various 3 pin outlets [Re: wa2ise]
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These don't look very T/R either. That whole rail is just begging to be probed with a nail file.

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#215534 - 05/29/15 04:30 AM Re: Nostalgia from the 1940s, various 3 pin outlets [Re: HotLine1]
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Originally Posted By: HotLine1
Interesting concept. 2 'hots' & 1 neutral. I wonder why this didn't catch on big??


reminds me of a time when I plugged in a hand drill and it smoked on me. the receptacle was wired for 240 V not sure why, it was in a kitchen beside the kitchen table.

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#215583 - 06/05/15 10:50 PM Re: Nostalgia from the 1940s, various 3 pin outlets [Re: wa2ise]
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Does anyone remember ITE Electrostrip? Not the same as the product above, but quite similar, older product was L & N, later product was L,N,& G.


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