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Topic # 191961 22-Feb-2016 19:00
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Seen it at the Christchurch Riccarton Bus lounge, quite a few of them around

 

It says things like, 230v, 20a, IP5X, Series 18X I think?

 


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  Reply # 1497234 22-Feb-2016 19:11
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As it says....

 

It is a specialized 20A rated plug commonly used in commercial setups to run lots of power points from one outlet.

 

for example we have them at my work for running lots of laptops for displays





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  Reply # 1497304 22-Feb-2016 19:41
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hyperman:

 

As it says....

 

It is a specialized 20A rated plug commonly used in commercial setups to run lots of power points from one outlet.

 

for example we have them at my work for running lots of laptops for displays

 

 

Thanks! That would make sense. They are below tables where plugs could be for people to charge their devices


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  Reply # 1497356 22-Feb-2016 20:45
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more commonly known as a "starter socket", typical socket for retail displays etc...

 

 


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  Reply # 1497378 22-Feb-2016 21:13
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gregmcc:

 

more commonly known as a "starter socket", typical socket for retail displays etc...

 

 

 

 

or specifically (as I found out) a WIELAND GST

 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1498419 24-Feb-2016 12:13
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I used to have to deal with these on a regular basis, very good when you need to daisy-chain plugs around things like a large conference table setup.





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