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    Household sync cables

    household to PC cables. Prefer EU but I'm not impossible. Long lengths are not a problem.

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    Come on people, I know you got them.

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    Why not make your own, the PC cord that you want and the plug from the hardware store.
    For me I find that Lowes and Home Depo have plugs that can be made to fit with just the few strokes of the file on one of the blades.

    Good luck, I know you are not in US but would think you could find something that works?

    Then again Paramount can make most anything
    http://www.paramountcords.com/

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    Household plugs are not "houshold" items in europe.
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    don't know that you mean. Power cord.?
    http://www.aclancyphotography.com

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    I think this is what the OP is looking for:

    I got this from B & H's site: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Household.html

    I have a bag of old flash cords somewhere that came as a part of a job lot. If I can find something suitable, I'll pm the OP with shipping costs (to where?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ann View Post
    don't know that you mean. Power cord.?
    http://paramountcords.com/products.asp?cat=52

    In the past we used this style to plug appliances (lamps, toaster, televisions) into the wall (mains) to apply AC power to the appliance. Now the US uses similar but one blade is wider (polorized) or there is a third "prong" for grounding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olleorama View Post
    household to PC cables. Prefer EU but I'm not impossible. Long lengths are not a problem.
    Most in Europe won't understand what you mean, my assumption was you want to synch a household item like a kettle, refrigerator, cooker etc to a PC to monitor the functions. Like a mobile phone to PC USB synch lead

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    ann: Some lighting sync cords are not PC, but two-bladed, like old-style (non-polarized) U.S. household power cords.

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    Hey Matt... if you find a bipost to PC or household to Graflex solenoid, please think of me!

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