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    name this power lead help.

    Ok this one is just something I kind of should know,
    Please identify this connector, bonus points if you know of anywhere that will sell an adapter to turn the male version of this into a standard kettle lead.



    Otherwise its 10 x ripping power cables out from the ceiling for the new projectors.

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    Yep, its a cloverleaf fitting.

    Not sure if you can get converters though.

    Edit: or can you... clicky
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    Something like this

    IEC Clover Leaf Adaptor

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    C14 to C5 Adaptor : Mains Power Leads : Maplin

    Yay thanks, I just needed to know what the hell it was called, £4 is worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Yep, its a cloverleaf fitting.

    Not sure if you can get converters though.

    Edit: or can you... clicky


    Haha excellent speed. Beat me to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    Something like this

    IEC Clover Leaf Adaptor
    Yes you found the RIGHT sort of connector, glad I spotted my error before I ordered the part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICT_GUY View Post
    Yes you found the RIGHT sort of connector, glad I spotted my error before I ordered the part.
    Woah! You need the adapter to be cloverleaf *female* don't you?
    That connector is male, the one I linked to is female.

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    It also looks similar to leads Dell used for their laptop powerpacks a while back...

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    Vaguely related (in that it's a power plug question as well ) but does anyone know where I can get a C15 -> C14 or C15 -> C16 IEC cable?



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