I understand this may be against forum rules to reply to this thread on a how to.
But I was wondering if there are anything on the market that is a stage pin to edison plug adaptors that are not dangerous or fire hazards. I myself know little about dimmer wiring and whatnot so if this is something that is too dangerous please let me know and will drop the idea and call someone in to install outlets.
But if the idea is possible while being safe at the same time, I would be interested in using existing channels on one of our electrics to connect things like rope lights for decor. etc. (Clear from hot fixtures of course).
My assumption is that a dimmer would output to much power for this to work, is that true?
And also, if we would ever venture into moving or other intelligent lighting, we would need edison connectors so, knowing dimming power to computer/moving instruments is bad for the instrument the outlets would be non dimmable. Is this a possible thing that one could simply do on a dimmer module? Ie, 100% signal would turn the dimmer to full and 0 off and nothing inbetween.
However this would only work if the first thing works.
Just was thinking of a way to get around running a cable with the other slack cables running to the electric. However I understand this could be extremely dangerous and thus, am asking before doing.
After posting I searched a bit more on google and found a few of what I would be looking for for sale for about $25. A Male stagepin-Female Edison. Are these safe to use with all edison connector devices?, things.