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What kind of outlet is this?

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I found this small twist-lock outlet at Restore. Does anyone know what kind of plug it is? The only markings on it say "115v 15A"

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Nov 27, 2017 at 03:25 AM Author: randacnam7321
Combo NEMA 5-15R and NEMA L5-15R duplex receptacle, so basically not locking and locking versions of a 15A 120V receptacle in the same housing. Quite rare and expensive normally.

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Nov 29, 2017 at 07:44 PM Author: Lumex120
Ah thanks. Do you know what kinds of appliances would use that type of plug?

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Dec 02, 2017 at 02:15 PM Author: LampLover
@ Lumex120 any appliance can have a locking plug installed (Usually as a non molded replacement type plug). I don't think I have ever seen a integrated molded (Not a aftermarket replacement type plug) version of that style of receptacle. The larger amperage & voltage ones are usually used for generators and welders and the like though

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Dec 03, 2017 at 11:51 PM Author: LampLover
@Lumex120 or anybody else that is interested I found a picture of all (I don't know if it is 100% complete) of the various locking style receptacles

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Dec 21, 2017 at 08:19 AM Author: randacnam7321

@ Lumex120 any appliance can have a locking plug installed (Usually as a non molded replacement type plug). I don't think I have ever seen a integrated molded (Not a aftermarket replacement type plug) version of that style of receptacle. The larger amperage & voltage ones are usually used for generators and welders and the like though

Molded on locking connector cords exist but are rare.

And that chart is missing NEMA L24 devices for 347V use but they are very rare.

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