01-26-2007, 12:45 AM
| | Re: Help locating an IEC Splitter needed.
On 25 Jan, 09:53, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Johno <JohnEllicotting...@lycos.co.uk> wrote:
> > On 25 Jan, 05:24, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Johno <JohnEllicotting...@lycos.co.uk> wrote:
> >>> Have you any ideas where I can purchase online
> >>> an IEC Splitter where the description should read:
> >>> "An IEC-320 Y splitter with a type C14 female inlet to two type C13
> >>> male outlets."You've got those C numbers reversed.
> >> Why do you need one of those ?
> >> They arent normally supplied because they are too dangerous,
> >> when one of the males isnt plugged in to anything.
> >>> Maplins do one (IEC 2 into 1 Adaptor - Code: L62AZ) but
> >>> it is the exact opposite of the one I need. I have searched
> >>> on the web but can only find ones like the one Maplins sell.- Hide
> >>> quoted text -- Show quoted text -
> > Rod
> > Thanks for the prompt reply. My current PC has two male outlets, one
> > is used for the mains the other for my monitor. I have been given a PC
> > from a friend which only has the one male outlet for the mains supply
> > so I have nothing to supply power to my monitor.The usual thing in that situation is to just plug
> both the PC and the monitor into a plug strip.
> > When seeing the splitter Maplin sell I thought that the alternate
> > version could be available. Can you think of what I could do here?Just plug the PC and the monitor into a plug strip/power board.
> You should be able to use a standard IEC mains cord for the monitor.- Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -
Thanks for the info.