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Three-fer

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  1. Grog12

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    The name for a device used in circuiting multiple lighting instruments into one circuit.

    It has three female ends and one male end thus allowing you to get "Three for One." Also known as a "three-way" or "multiple branch off."
    Comes in either molded "W-style":
    F102.jpg
    http://www.norcostco.com/wsplicebluntend.aspx

    OR
    (becoming rarer each day) as an approx. 3"x4"x1" block:
    [​IMG]
    These are still manufactured by Union Connector in both cable-mounted and male-pinned versions.

    This device is sometimes called a Best Little [​IMG] '______' in Texas "Block."

    If three fixture s are to be ganged onto one circuit and no Three-Fers are available, two Two-Fer s, one plugged into one of the females of the other, can achieve the same goal.
     

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