IBM 029 Keypunch has arrived
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Tue May 26 14:39:31 CDT 2009
> On May 25, 2009, at 2:48 PM, Tony Duell wrote:
> >> grinder. I have searched though eBay for normal US wall sockets
> >> and to
> >> my surprise cannot find them. I've tried all sorts of search terms
> >> but
> >> obviously have not hit the right combination, unless there is some
> >> law
> >> which prohibits them being sold retail or something like that.
> >> Probably me being stupid.
> > IIRC the brand name to look for is 'Hubble'
> That would be Hubbell, and I doubt they make "regular" 110V wall
> outlets. They make very large, very expensive power connectors that
> are used on industrial equipment and big computers.
I am sure I've wired Hubbell branded 230V 15A plugs (like the 110V one,
but with the flat pins horizontal), along with line sockets for them. And
I've certainly seen 110V versions that look to have come from the same
company (white (nylon?) pin/socket assembles yhat fit into black plastic
bodies and are held on by coase-pitch captive self-tapping screws, so I
assumed those were Hubbell too.
They may not make wall-mounting socket outlets, but I would be _very_
suprised if they didn't make something that would take the normal 110V US
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