[plug] power cord adapter
bernie at innovative.iinet.net.au
Fri Jan 20 21:06:31 WST 2012
Gregory Orange wrote:
> Kevin Shackleton <krshackleton at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Kevin Shackleton <krshackleton at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Gregory Orange <home at oranges.id.au> wrote:
> >>> I am short a few adapter cords to connect standard power
> >>> boards to 10A UPS outlets. That is, I want C14 on one end, and
> >>> a female 3 pin Australian socket on the other. The local
> >>> hardware and computer shops don't have them, so where to next?
> >>> I'm in the middle of a server room refit, and because it was well
> >>> tangled, I didn't realise that the previous arrangement was power
> >>> board daisy chain hell!
> >> http://www.altronics.com.au/index.asp?area=item&id=P8420
> > also (to be fair)
> > http://jaycar.com.au/productResults.asp?keywords=ps4100&keyform=KEYWORD&SUBMIT.x=0&SUBMIT.y=0
> > isn't it ok to talk about plugs, especially on Friday arvo ;-) ?
> Bewdy, that's exactly it. I should have thought of those two shops,
> but glad PLUG is here to help with plugs (:
If you have a licence/certificate ...
and open-source it with a conventional plugboard.
I got a 12-outlet HPM plugboard modified. :-) Looks a bit
fashionable (?) with a black plug on a white board.
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