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 displaying an amazing collection of modern and classic
domestic plugs and sockets from all over the world


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Update no. 48
  15 October

Latest additions include:

Acknowledgments *
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Links to other collections and forums
* donors of material are indicated with {NN} type
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Short history of British domestic plugs and sockets (view)
Neutrik powerCON TRUE1 TOP 16A connectors and in/outlet [1-4] (view)
Neutrik powerCON 32A connector and inlet [nos 12-13] (view)
Swiss T12a Nebentyp plug [no. 23] (view)
Czech 2.5A and 6A appliance couplers [nos 15-17] (view)
Fully renewed page on plugs and sockets formerly used in Greece (view)
Plug connected to a classic heating element (view)
New page on earthed sockets with similar configuration of contacts (view)
Four Bakelite, not earthed BS 372 5A plugs [nos 8-12] (view)
BS 1363 plug with unbreakable, resilient rubber casing[ [nos 12-13] (view)
New page with Norwegian 25A stove plug and socket (view)

The first version of the museum website appeared Dec. 2009.
Click here for a few words about the 'evolution' of the website.

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