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'[OT] AC blades for PCB mount'
2006\05\10@091710 by alan smith

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The device the client wants me to look into....basically doing lots of...how much, what ifs....connects between a standard AC plug and then provides a plug for a device, all 15A rated.
 
 What I have been looking for but unable to find a source on are blades that can plug into a 15A outlet, that are PCB mounted, and the recepticle contacts PCB mountable as well.  
 
 Anyone have a source on these?

               
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2006\05\10@101153 by Bob Axtell

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alan smith wrote:
> The device the client wants me to look into....basically doing lots of...how much, what ifs....connects between a standard AC plug and then provides a plug for a device, all 15A rated.
>    
>   What I have been looking for but unable to find a source on are blades that can plug into a 15A outlet, that are PCB mounted, and the recepticle contacts PCB mountable as well.  
>    
>   Anyone have a source on these?
>
>                
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Yes, there certainly is. I think their name is now HISCO (sp?) in a new
York suburb. They have blades only and
some un-molded forms. Good selection.

--Bob

2006\05\10@114249 by alan smith

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Thanks Bob.
 
 Did a search...found some distributors (among other folks) but nothing directly associated with the component level.  I'll keep looking....

Bob Axtell <spam_OUTengineerTakeThisOuTspamcotse.net> wrote:
 alan smith wrote:
> The device the client wants me to look into....basically doing lots of...how much, what ifs....connects between a standard AC plug and then provides a plug for a device, all 15A rated.
>
> What I have been looking for but unable to find a source on are blades that can plug into a 15A outlet, that are PCB mounted, and the recepticle contacts PCB mountable as well.
>
> Anyone have a source on these?
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> Get amazing travel prices for air and hotel in one click on Yahoo! FareChase
>
Yes, there certainly is. I think their name is now HISCO (sp?) in a new
York suburb. They have blades only and
some un-molded forms. Good selection.

--Bob

2006\05\10@150115 by Bob Axtell

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alan smith wrote:
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These guys are an OLD company. I'll dig around in my stuff and see what
I can find. It might be HESCO
or HECO..

--Bob

2006\05\10@152029 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 12:00 PM 5/10/2006 -0700, you wrote:
>These guys are an OLD company. I'll dig around in my stuff and see what
>I can find. It might be HESCO
>or HECO..
>--Bob

Ah. Probably Heyco, in Joisey. I've used their stuff for decades.

http://www.heyco.com/default1.tpl

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2006\05\10@152950 by Bob Axtell

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These are in connecticut. Its a start.

http://www.gemcomfg.com/contacts-terminals.htm

--Bob

2006\05\10@155302 by Bob Axtell

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Spehro, YOU are the man! Yes that is the co.

--Bob

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