BTTF - Doc's power coupling

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Redbeard

Well-Known Member
Hi.
Over at www.propschmiede.de our new german prop forum we were talking about the power coupling Doc trys to connect on the clock to catch the lightning. The question is if it is a found object from the fivetys oder a made object. If it is found can someone provide us with information about the manufacurer and about what we should look for if we would want to buy such a coupling.

Here is the link to the original thread. http://www.propschmiede.de/viewtopic.php?t=31

Regards,
Redbeard
 

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jedi knight

New Member
Well it deffinatly looks like a found object, almost looks like you can make out an egal on the big black part, the "female" end. I'd say look around industrial electric suppliers, maybe even email a few with a picture of the part and see if they can help. Interesting prop though.
 

Gary Weaver II

Sr Member
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Found object...

Mole Richardson DC plug and receptacle... Used for vintage studio lighting. No longer used in the US due to safety standards.

-Gary
 

DANIEL160876

New Member
I have bought this item (both male and female) direct from Mole Richardson as Gary says.- Brand new item still for sales in Hollywood CA. I have a quotation and part number for anyone interested. Just PM me or email me to daniel.simonleyva@geagroup.com. I can forward the quote and contact names in MR.
 

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