Here's a thread, special request by Derek, of a nice antique piece of equipment we've had in our stockpile for awhile. It's an old Ariel Davis portable dimmer pack. The original wiring had dry rot, was underrated, single phase, and generally bad news. We don't use it as a dimmer pack anymore though, just a straight power feed. To accomplish that our electrician replaced the wiring on it, which only costs about $1500 for the new wiring, the feed from the transformer in the room we use it in, and the materials, of which the plug alone was ~$400. It's now a 3Ø/4W/120V/100A portable piece of heck. Personally, I wouldn't have had it rewired, but as it's the property of a school, purchasing a proper distro wouldn't have been in the budget. For your viewing pleasure though, I have photos! [-]Michael Nicolai's Photos - Ariel Davis Power Distro | Facebook[/-] [Mod. note: Pictures in post #35 below.] Considering the wiring it had when I looked at it with my electrician, I'm very surprised it was ever able to get a UL listing.