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  #2523986 16-Jul-2020 10:38
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10A socket and matching plug with a a round earth pin. It can specifically be used for controlled circuits, usually in commercial buildings. Manufacturer: HPM (part of Legrand group)


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  #2523990 16-Jul-2020 10:40
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Hi, its a special use socket that was commonly used on storage heaters especially in commercial/gov buildings.

 

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  #2523991 16-Jul-2020 10:41
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Seems to be a special purpose one or for a dedicated circuit. Sometimes found with old nightstore heaters?


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  #2524255 16-Jul-2020 18:01
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Its done that way so only things with the correct plugtop can be plugged in, dedicated supply outlet.

 

Saves some guy plugging in his toaster at the hospital ad tripping the circuit that has equipment keeping people alive on it, things like that.


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  #2524324 16-Jul-2020 20:06
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yeah, just a round earth pin socket. many manufacturers make them - for all the reasons above


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