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T slot female cord cap and a Jones connector #190597
11/25/09 10:19 PM
11/25/09 10:19 PM
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T slot female cord cap and a Jones connector

The T slot made by Hubbell. rated 15A 125V

The other two contact female is a Jones socket, usually used in old mobile radio installations. But it will accept a 2 pin unpolarixed power plug.
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Re: T slot female cord cap and a Jones connector [Re: wa2ise] #190615
11/27/09 03:05 AM
11/27/09 03:05 AM
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Very nice, i actually have a few of those hubbell end caps that you have, and im still using them


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Re: T slot female cord cap and a Jones connector [Re: JoeKP] #190622
11/27/09 11:26 AM
11/27/09 11:26 AM
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Should anyone care at all: within the manufacturing sector, the terminology is:

Cord cap: the end with blades, male end

Cord connector: the end with contacts, female end

Whatever! wink

Re: T slot female cord cap and a Jones connector [Re: Retired_Helper] #190651
11/28/09 11:16 PM
11/28/09 11:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Retired_Helper
Should anyone care at all: within the manufacturing sector, the terminology is:

Cord cap: the end with blades, male end

Cord connector: the end with contacts, female end

Whatever! wink

i know, i was quite tired when i wrote that though


-Joe
“then we'll glue em' then screw em'”
-Tom Silva
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