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    "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Probably known by the state of California to cause cancer but I have (9) sets of complete, good, used 50A twist-lock "California Standard" Hubbell 2P-3W cord plugs (CS-8265C) and connectors (CS-8264C) available.

    http://www.stayonline.com/detail.aspx?id=6278

    http://www.stayonline.com/detail.aspx?id=6272

    At a third the cost of new, $50/set or $30 each for individual plugs or connectors plus shipping. Prefer PayPal and if interested PM me your shipping name and address and quantity desired.

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    If they're "California Standard" I believe the plugs go male > male and female > female.

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Yeah Paul, I've already caught a few of them tryin' that.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Always open to offers.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    I'm going to have about a dozen of these early next year (sometime in Feb or March) if you want to hold on to those so you can use the ones I'll have.
    I will also have the yellow connector that connects to the yellow connector that is on this cord.
    This is what EMC uses for DMX4 & VMAX hardware.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    what is california standard?
    or is that just CS?
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    It's what Hubbell lists them as.

    Some safety official in California probably thinks any other plug/connector will electrocute you even though these cause cancer.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Gravel what size and how long of a cord is with the connectors that you will have in February? Richey

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by richey View Post
    Gravel what size and how long of a cord is with the connectors that you will have in February? Richey
    What voltage do you have a your shop??

    Denny brought up a good point, I didn't think to ask you. These and Murphy's plugs are similar but not the same. I don't think his have a center pin and neither are 460 rated. I keep forgetting the school where I hooked them up is 208 three phase. For high voltage, you'll need something different.

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    They are 15 feet. And 7A749 is right, they are rated to 250v. My equipment is 208v 3phase.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Gravel View Post
    They are 15 feet. And 7A749 is right, they are rated to 250v208v 3phase.
    After reviewing all the information I think I need 30 amp rated at 240 volt single phase for some of my equipment. I am trying to rig up a DIY rotaphase to run a Birmingham Mill with a 240 volt 3hp 3 phase. I am not familiar with the connectors Murphy had on the site last nite nor the ones Duane has. If I get the rotaphase working maybe I need to hard wire it. I am thinking now that what I looked at May be really overkil. Thanks for all your help. Richey

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    No problem. You could use L6-30 twist lock conectors for the 30a 240v stuff, it is much cheaper.
    You probably ought to hard wire the heavier stuff but those conectors are nice. They will handle the load just fine.
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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Gravel View Post
    I'm going to have about a dozen of these early next year (sometime in Feb or March) if you want to hold on to those so you can use the ones I'll have.
    I will also have the yellow connector that connects to the yellow connector that is on this cord.
    This is what EMC uses for DMX4 & VMAX hardware.
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    PM me on what you're gonna want for them man. I may be interested in a few of them. That, or we can trade.

    I got plenty of junk, uh I mean nice stuff you might want

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    Re: "California Standard" 50A Plugs & Connectors

    I'll jump on the "Bump" wagon and say I still have these and will let them go at $20/set plus shipping via PayPal.

    PM me your ship-to name/address for shipping cost if interested.
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