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  • (Power socket) AC power plugs and sockets are devices for removably connecting electrically operated devices to the power supply.
  • are female electrical connectors that have slots or holes which accept the pins or blades of power plugs inserted into them and deliver electricity to the plugs. Sockets are usually designed to reject any plug which is not built to the same electrical standard.
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  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
floor power sockets - SVAT WRC101
SVAT WRC101 Wireless Outdoor Remote Control Power Outlet
SVAT WRC101 Wireless Outdoor Remote Control Power Outlet
This technologically advanced wireless electronic remote can control virtually everything in your house with just the push of a button. Control lamps, radios, or other electrical devices from up to 100 feet away, even through walls, with this radio frequency wireless remote control. The receiver plugs directly into a three-prong outlet, and provides a remote switched three-prong outlet to allow radio frequency on & off control for a wide variety of electrical devices. The control unit, with key chain, is more than small enough to fit into your pocket, but its signal will work up to 100 feet away from the receiver even from inside your car. The possibilities for the wireless power switch are endless. Use it to power on kitchen appliances. Start your morning coffee brewing before you even head downstairs and have it waiting for you as soon as you reach the breakfast table. It?s ideal for those hard-to-reach plug-ins like holiday lights and computer outlets. The kids left the television on and you don?t feel like getting out of a comfortable chair to turn it off? Just one handy button and you?re in charge.

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20090718 2332 Inverter switch and power strip that solved several problems
20090718 2332 Inverter switch and power strip that solved several problems
PROBLEM: On road trips I use an inverter to provide 120-volt AC power to several devices: charger for cellular phone, charger for my camera batteries, charger for the batteries in my digital storage devices, charger for a laptop computer (rare), and AC power cord for a portable CD player (also rare). An extension cord plugged into the inverter allows use of three things simultaneously. That system had the following shortcomings: 1. Plugging something into the extension cord or unplugging it from the extension cord was inconvenient because it required the use two hands (everything was loose). 2. Plugging something in or unplugging it was difficult because of the tight sockets at the end of the extension cord. 3. The extension cord added way too much unused cord to the crowded cabin. 4. Having two or three things plugged in created a messy arrangement of cords. 5. The inverter's cord was in the way of my trash basket when plugged into the 12-volt outlet at the bottom of the dashboard. 6. The inverter's cooling fan made an annoying sound, so I wanted an easy way to turn off the inverter without having to bother with unplugging and without having to use two hands. The challenge was to change the system to eliminate or lessen these problems. SOLUTION: These changes eliminated the shortcomings: 1. A power strip replaced the extension cord, eliminating the excess cord problem. The strip is screwed to the car's home-made plywood floor right behind the center console, where it is easy to reach. Plugging a cord into it or unplugging a cord from it requires only one hand. 2. The neat alignment of power strip sockets helped lessen the cord mess and allowed use of more devices simultaneously. 3. Lengthening the inverter's cord allowed me to plug it in at the rear 12-volt outlet, eliminating the wastebasket blockage problem. 4. Installing an external on-off switch allows me to turn off the inverter---and thus its noisy fan---without fumbling with the inverter itself (which is now stored out of the way under the plywood floor). The switch is screwed to the plywood floor near the power strip, where I can use one finger---even while driving---to operate it. A guard over the switch protects it from damage and accidental operation. UPDATE (October 2010): This system has been superseded by a simpler one. A new, smaller, inverter is plugged into the dashboard outlet (I figured out a way to keep the wastebasket from getting in the way of the outlet.) The custom inverter switch (pictured) is no longer needed because I can turn the inverter off by unplugging it at the dashboard. 12-volt wiring running from the rear of the car to the inverter is no longer needed and will be removed. The power strip is plugged into the inverter as before.
20090718 2350 Easy-to-reach/operate on-off switch for inverter
20090718 2350 Easy-to-reach/operate on-off switch for inverter
DESCRIPTION: On road trips I use an inverter to provide 120-volt AC power to several devices: charger for cellular phone, charger for my camera batteries, charger for my digital storage devices, charger for a laptop computer (rare), and AC power cord for a portable CD player (also rare). An extension cord plugged into the inverter allows use of three things simultaneously. PROBLEM: That system had the following shortcomings: 1. Plugging something into the extension cord or unplugging it from the extension cord was inconvenient because it required the use two hands (everything was loose). 2. Plugging something in or unplugging it was difficult because of the tight sockets at the end of the extension cord. 3. The extension cord added way too much unused cord to the crowded cabin. 4. Having two or three things plugged in created a messy arrangement of cords. 5. The inverter's cord was in the way of my trash basket when plugged into the 12-volt outlet at the bottom of the dashboard. 6. The inverter's cooling fan made an annoying sound, so I wanted an easy way to turn off the inverter without having to bother with unplugging and without having to use two hands. The challenge was to change the system to lessen or eliminate these problems. SOLUTION: These changes eliminated the shortcomings: 1. A power strip replaced the extension cord, eliminating the excess cord problem. The strip is screwed to the car's home-made plywood floor right behind the center console, where it is easy to reach. Plugging a cord into it or unplugging a cord from it requires only one hand. 2. The neat alignment of power strip sockets helped lessen the cord mess and allowed use of more devices simultaneously. 3. Lengthening the inverter's cord allowed me to plug it in at the rear 12-volt outlet, eliminating the wastebasket blockage problem. 4. Installing an external on-off switch allows me to turn off the inverter---and thus its noisy fan---without fumbling with the inverter itself (which is now stored out of the way under the plywood floor). The switch is screwed to the plywood floor near the power strip, where I can use one finger---even while driving---to operate it. A guard over the switch protects it from damage and accidental operation. UPDATE (October 2010): This system has been superseded by a simpler one. A new, smaller, inverter is plugged into the dashboard outlet (I figured out a way to keep the wastebasket from getting in the way of the outlet.) The custom inverter switch (pictured) is no longer needed because I can turn the inverter off by unplugging it at the dashboard. 12-volt wiring running from the rear of the car to the inverter is no longer needed and will be removed. The power strip is plugged into the inverter as before.

floor power sockets
floor power sockets
Leviton PJ3-T 3-Gang Toggle Switch Wallplate, Midway Size, Light Almond
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