[geeks] NEMA 6-15 power cords (was Re: [rescue] Odd power cords)
phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net
Mon Oct 29 08:13:49 CDT 2007
Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> On Sunday 28 October 2007 17:30, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>> I have just discovered, in the course of packing the garage, five
>> modular power cords with a connector I've never seen before. Instead
>> of the typical US three-pin power connector that looks like this:
>> They have a three-pin connector that looks like this:
>> __ __
> If it's the same size as a normal NEMA 5-15 plug used in the US, it's a
> NEMA 6-15; 250V, 15A. These were common on some Sun (and 3rd
> party) "220V" PDUs.
Well, the general consensus seems to be that they're NEMA 6-15 cords,
for which I have no use. Anybody want'em for cost of shipping? If not,
they're going in the trash ... I have enough spare 5-15 cords that it's
not worth my time or cost to cut and convert them.
Phil Stracchino CDK#2
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