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Hi All,

i'm trying to identify this plug,it looks industrial and for the heavy machinery. So far google search doesn't help. I have only picture in my hand. Please those who ever have seen something like this, help me to identify what is this.

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I think it might be off an old lighting distribution trunking system.
put in slot, turn through 90 degrees to connect and hold in.
 

James

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do you have a picture of the device it plugs in to?
 

James

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on the end of the buss bar trunking, there is a box with a word on it, that is probably the manufacturers name.
(steel box)
 

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on the end of the buss bar trunking, there is a box with a word on it, that is probably the manufacturers name.
(steel box)
@ruslan that plug should have the voltage and amperage on it and this is a male plug, once you have that information you can find the female plug. That looked like it plugged into a buss duct
 
I Don't recognise it but agree it is most probably a plug in connector to a 3 phase bus bar trunking system (power or lighting).
Presumably if you are trying to identify it to get another plug, you already have the bus bar trunking powered and in place?
There may be information on the trunking as James has said in #6 that may help!
 

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