Identify This Plug

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  1. Al-Di

    Al-Di Funster Life Member

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    @Techno100 or anybody can you tell me the make/type of plug this is,

    I have a pair moulded onto my Mains input, and want to add an inverter as per techno's instruction's and would rather not cut them off if I dont have to,

    I found some on ebay but they have got lost in the either of royal mail,:(:(

    thank you,
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    I brought pre wired plugs and sockets from RS, I had problems identifing them as the re-wireable plugs & socks are numbered 771 and pre-wired are 770 (may be other way around).
     
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    They look the same as the ones they use for connecting low wattage lighting under wall cabinets..maybe try B&Q..
     
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    not the same as Wago, they have round pins not square,

    will have a look in BQ tomorrow,

    Thanks for the help every one,
     
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    They are a standard 230v plug and socket arrangement. Don't know the BS number but lots of different people make them. You can get them pretty much anywhere.
     
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