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Old 10th July 2007, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default IEC female connectors

I looked at Farnell and RS and all I can find are the complete set. I want to make my own set of mains cable.

ps. I know about Australia's restriction on 240VAC usage is limited to certified electricians.
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Have a wade through this lot: http://au.farnell.com/jsp/search/res...?N=411+1001333 - includes rewirable IECs
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I think he just wants the plug so he can use his own cable. I know Marinco makes them.

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http://www.marinco.com/scpt/brandSea...=IEC%20DEVICES

Some other links:

http://www.thecablepro.com/cableDeta...?cID=47&cgID=1

http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...Number=110-400
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the problem with US-based sites is that the AC stuff they sell are usually rated for 110-120VAC operation.
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Have a wade through this lot: http://au.farnell.com/jsp/search/res...?N=411+1001333 - includes rewirable IECs
thank you very much. that's the one I'm looking for.


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