1. Lighting. Hot Pockets are circuits providing constant 120v power on a portable dimmer rack. These circuits are routed directly through a breaker and not through a dimmer. Unlike a convenience outlet, they can be patched into a Socapex output, just like any of the dimmers in the rack. This allows the user to send a circuit of of non-dimmed power to a remote location (such as an electric or truss) for powering either an accessory (color scroller, gobo rotator, etc.) or a moving light.
2. Food. An, arguably, tasty microwavable snack. A major source of nutrition (!?), or at least sustenance, for many college students and theatre technicians.
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