PLUGS


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Part No. Use
Plug No. 235a Plug with integral lamp.  Used on 50 volt supplies to 
provide power to portable small tools, such as soldering irons.

Takes a Lamp No. 2 (voltage)

Still in production - go to the Astralux web site

Old style is shown to the top.  If fitted with a lamp, the earlier plugs used to get very hot.

Plug No. 316 Three way plug used on most late GPO switchboards.

Still in production - go to the Astralux web site

Plug No. 404 Bakelite covered, large, brass plug, used before 
the introduction of the Plug 420.
Plug No. 420 Plastic covered smaller version of the Plug 420.
Universally used by the BPO.

Still in production - go to the Astralux web site

Plug No. 430 Left hand latch - 4 way - used on handset cords
Plug No. 431 Right hand latch - 4 way - used on line cords
Plug No. 505 5 way variant of Plug No. 420.

Still in production - go to the Astralux web site

Plug No. 630 As Plug No. 430 but with 6 connectors
Plug No. 631 As plug No. 431 but with 6 connectors
WE4 Used for terminating handset cords
WE6 Used for terminating line cords
RJ45 8 way plug used for terminating computer network
cables - see Category 5 wiring

   

 
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