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I need to buy a replacement for a twist-locking electric plug that looks like this:

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Picture of the socket:

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Searching online I can't seem to find anything that matches. The closest thing I found are NEMA twist-lock plugs, but they have a different locking\ground pin.

Can someone identify this plug type?

  • NEMA isn't just one layout: stayonline.com/reference-nema-locking.aspx – OJFord Jul 28 '18 at 10:34
  • It doesn’t appear to match any NEMA configurations. I take it from the Arabic? writing it is not from a NEMA region. Apparently you need to search the country of origin for replacement. – ArchonOSX Jul 28 '18 at 12:47
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I found this, which looks like the right one. You didn’t list specs so I just went off of looks. Called a Non-Nema.

  • Ooh, voltage may be too high. The one I posted is a 250. But I’m guessing that’s the place to talk to. – Mike G Jul 28 '18 at 13:29
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    That's a maximum rated voltage, not a requirement. The plug doesn't change voltage of a circuit in any appreciable way. – isherwood Jul 28 '18 at 13:42
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    HBL9965G seems like the correct P/N for that plug, BTW, according to this chart – ThreePhaseEel Jul 28 '18 at 14:29
  • There are a few types of 220 V plugs in the US, depending on amperage and maybe phases. I have one for 20 A and one for 30 A that are both different from the picture. I also have one like the picture that is dedicated to an electric clothes dryer and has two 30 breakers ( so ,can't be three phase.) – blacksmith37 Jul 28 '18 at 19:47

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