Old HP test equipment power connectors...
wulfman at wulfman.com
Wed May 27 14:31:01 CDT 2015
i meant C13 C14 so many around and the female parts have EMI
protection in a lot of them
On 5/27/2015 11:54 AM, Jules Richardson wrote:
> On 05/27/2015 12:03 AM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
>> On 05/26/2015 08:28 PM, Brent Hilpert wrote:
>>> Like wulfman and chuck and as described on my page, I replace the
>>> chassis inlet whenever I can, although occasionally it's not possible
>>> due to proximity of other chassis elements as the IEC inlet is
>>> slightly larger.
>> Right now, I'm cursing the guy who thought that the "cloverleaf" or
>> "mouseketeer" power receptacle was a good idea. I'm sitting here
>> at an HP ScanJet wondering if it would be worth the effort to replace
> Do you mean IEC 60320 type C5/6, here:
> ?? That's the connector I was assuming you and wulfman were talking
> about using as a replacement for the old 163 power connectors - not
> the common "PC type" connector, because that's much larger and would
> mean cutting into the original equipment panels so that it would fit.
> I'm thinking it should be possible to drill the rivets holding the
> original 163 sockets, then make up mounting plates to hold an IEC
> C6-style socket and rivet/bolt those in place. That's assuming that I
> don't lay my hands on some original 163-type cables!
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