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a solution to too many power strips? #187550
07/01/09 08:25 AM
07/01/09 08:25 AM
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IanR  Offline OP
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What do you think? A solution to too many power strips or an alternative to wall paper?

http://www.ironicsans.com/2009/06/idea_the_outlet_wall.html

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Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: IanR] #187556
07/01/09 06:48 PM
07/01/09 06:48 PM
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Interesting link, Thank you Ian.

Under '08, AFCI protected, tamper resistant. (Assuming resi)
IF they are all 'real'...that's one heck of an install. Some of the comments relate to quantity & a dollar amount <$8000.

Time permitting...I may do a quick count!


John
Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: HotLine1] #187562
07/01/09 11:07 PM
07/01/09 11:07 PM
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NORCAL  Offline
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Here is a link to the same pic in a OZ forum.

http://www.phased.com.au/showthread.php?t=106

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: NORCAL] #187563
07/01/09 11:28 PM
07/01/09 11:28 PM
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welland ontario canada
At least 40 circuits required if you do that in Canada. Limit of 12 outlets per circuit.

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: jdevlin] #187567
07/02/09 01:42 AM
07/02/09 01:42 AM
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Rewired  Offline
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Thats unreal, but I like it!
Actually imagine if they had wallpaper like that.. Would drive some people nuts just looking for a real receptacle in a room, and the comments you would get if you say wallpapered your bathroom with it...

A.D

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: Rewired] #187576
07/02/09 07:16 AM
07/02/09 07:16 AM
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IanR  Offline OP
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What a great idea. I'd buy that wallpaer wink

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: IanR] #187579
07/02/09 09:53 AM
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jdevlin  Offline
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welland ontario canada
Just make 3-4 of them work. Spend the day finding the working ones.

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: jdevlin] #187591
07/02/09 08:40 PM
07/02/09 08:40 PM
HotLine1  Offline

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I sure would like to see the "rough" on that!!!



John
Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: HotLine1] #187604
07/03/09 01:16 PM
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Colored plates on the live ones and you can even create pixel pictures with the real outlets!

Re: a solution to too many power strips? [Re: Texas_Ranger] #187609
07/03/09 04:40 PM
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I can imagine the conversation in the chat room:
Reno: I wonder ....
The administrator: Don't even think it!
The other mods: We dare you!
Reno gives in to temptation, and asks .... ground up or ground down?


BANNED!!!

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