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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. 50
  20 March
2021

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New page about concentric plugs and new, Siemens, plug and socket (view)
Unknown plug with BS 4573 and CEE 6/16 characteristics [no. 14] (view)
Classic German socket not complying with DIN VDE 9400 [nos1-2] (view)
Porcelain 10A-250V socket with grooves for pin guidance [no.1] (view)
BS 1353 plugs with Post Office and British Telecom logos [nos 7a-c] (view)
Connector with locking mechanism for Schuko plugs [nos 9-11] (view)
Connector with locking mechanism for CEE 7/6 plugs [nos 8-10] (view)
IP54 industrial CEE 7/6 plug and connector [nos 5-8] (view)
Very flat CEE 7/7 plug with grip to retract plug [no. 6] (view)
Asymmetric Italian CEI 23-50 16A - Schuko adapter [nos 17a-d] (view)
Obsolete Swiss T18 plug and T19 connector [nos 17-18] (view)
Rare Swiss T12 plug made by Italian company Bticino [no. 29] (view)

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