I am looking for a prebuilt "box" that has male and female IEC 320 connectors, an insulated wire to clamp the current probe onto, and finger safe shrouded female banana jacks to connect the voltage leads.
I will be making multiple measurements inside the system under test, and I did not want to mess around with a hacked up line cord.
I can roll my own box, but I figured if someone else already built one, why reinvent the wheel.
#207833 - 11/29/1210:31 PMRe: Inline adapter for single phase power monitors ?
I have seen / used several of these, however they all had NEMA Devices; Locking types being the most common (i.e.: L5-20 through L22-30).
IMO, there _SHOULD_ be similar Test Equipment with IEC 320 Panel Mounted Devices.
If nothing is available in the IEC Panel Mount Schemes (NEMA only), you could makeup Two Gender-Bender type Patch Cords, each with IEC-to-NEMA Devices: (1) IEC Plug - NEMA Receptacle (1) NEMA Plug - IEC Receptacle
Sorry for not having any helpful information, but I will ask around.
-- Scott (EE)
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#207844 - 11/30/1212:25 PMRe: Inline adapter for single phase power monitors ?
I am seriously considering using a boxed receptacle inline with a "de-jacketed" power cable to safely provide a voltage measuring point along with the access for the current clamp. I'll use a chopped line cord to connect the voltage leads.