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'[ot] little boxes with octal plug?'
1998\08\13@133334 by Harold Hallikainen

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       I'm working on a project where I could use a little box with an
octal plug (like old vacuum tubes) on it.  It SEEMS this would be a
standard part, as I see relays and timer modules with cases like this,
but can't find just the case.  Anyone have any sources?

Thanks!

Harold



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1998\08\13@133904 by Harrison Cooper

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               I had some samples from I believe Potter & Brumfield
(now owned by Siemans??), that were basically KRPA type relay housings,
with the octal plugs on the bottom, and clear plastic case over the top.
It was a few years ago when I got them, so I don't know if they still
carry them as a catalog item

1998\08\13@141834 by Brian Aase

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I think Vector used to make those.  They may still, not sure.

> I'm working on a project where I could use a little box with
>  an
> octal plug (like old vacuum tubes) on it.  It SEEMS this would be a
> standard part, as I see relays and timer modules with cases like
> this, but can't find just the case.  Anyone have any sources?

1998\08\13@155053 by Joe Little

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Farnell has a few versions of the Octal plug boxes. (Orange catalog page
46.)
Ranging from about 4-8 US Dollars.

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Subject: Re: [ot] little boxes with octal plug?
Author:  Harrison Cooper [SMTP:.....hcooperKILLspamspam@spam@ES.COM]  at IMS
Date:    8/13/98 1:34 PM


               I had some samples from I believe Potter & Brumfield
(now owned by Siemans??), that were basically KRPA type relay housings,
with the octal plugs on the bottom, and clear plastic case over the top.
It was a few years ago when I got them, so I don't know if they still
carry them as a catalog item

1998\08\13@170240 by Leon Heller

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In message <19980813.102924.22255.2.HaroldHallikainenspamKILLspamjuno.com>, Harold
Hallikainen <.....haroldhallikainenKILLspamspam.....JUNO.COM> writes
>        I'm working on a project where I could use a little box with an
>octal plug (like old vacuum tubes) on it.  It SEEMS this would be a
>standard part, as I see relays and timer modules with cases like this,
>but can't find just the case.  Anyone have any sources?

They are made by McMurdo, and are available from Farnell with 8 or 11
pins. 8-pin is order code 301-760 and the cover is 301-784.

Leon
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