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Peter Kowalczyk:
Just did a site visit at a new-to-me events center, and they have a pair of these receptacles outside.  I've never seen them before; they don't appear to have a NEMA marking.  Has anyone used them? 

Mark McFarlane:
Edit: The link below is similar but not a correct match. Sorry for posting this in a hurry and making a mistake.



https://www.capitalelectricsupply.com/product/detail/118689/hubbell-wiring-device-hbl460p12w

Chris Hindle:

--- Quote from: Mark McFarlane on March 22, 2024, 05:30:26 AM ---https://www.capitalelectricsupply.com/product/detail/118689/hubbell-wiring-device-hbl460p12w

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Over 600 USD$ for ONE plug?
OK, it's a Hubble, but really?
Guess I need more, better customers to afford to add that to my Tye-In kit.....
Chris.

Mike Caldwell:
The plug in the link is not the plug that mates to that receptical. The key ways and pin spacing looks wrong. That said I can't point you to the correct plug.

I actually have that Hubble pin sleeve plug that is in the link, found it on Ebay for far less, needed it for a series of jobs about 10 years ago and haven't used it since.

Rob Timmerman:
Looks like a non-IEC pin and sleeve connector.

https://ohw-stage.hubbell.com/hubbell/en/products/electrical-electronic/wiring-devices/pin-sleeve/ul-1686-pin-sleeve-devices/c/2266188?appliedFacets=(%27Current+/+Amperage+Rating%27:%2760+A%27)+AND+(%27Number+Of+Wires%27:%274-Wire%27)

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