Yes, a Right Angle NEMA 5-15 "cord cap" is about $7, and a Female 2P&G is $5, plus 18"-24" of 12/3 SOOW and 15 minutes of labor. Another solution to a non-existent problem.
Yeah, but making an adapter yourself is only a bit cheaper - 2P&G @ $5, Edison @ $5, a piece of 12/3, plus labor - oh maybe 10 minutes per adapter ?, @$20 per hr. so $3 for labor, you save some money but the cable version is not as nice or useful.
I meant for if I were to rent Ellipsoidals to replace the pinspots.Yes, a Right Angle NEMA 5-15 "cord cap" is about $7, and a Female 2P&G is $5, plus 18"-24" of 12/3 SOOW and 15 minutes of labor. Another solution to a non-existent problem.
As to your pinspot problem, cvanp, I thought your circuits were already Edison, and I've never seen a pinspot come with a stage pin plug.
The wallhugger adapter pictured above IS an Edison to StagePin adapter. When speaking "adapters" the male end is ALWAYS specified first (sorry ladies, that's just the way it is.) And cvanp Any good lighting shop will have many different types of adapters, and they used to rent for $1/week, sometimes included in a fixture's rental price.
So for the price of a two week rental you could have bought the parts and made them yourself? Unless TwistLocs were involved--prices for those are extraordinary.I think I paid $5 a week last time I got adapters. I have to move.