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  • Anderson Powerpole


    Anderson Powerpole 15/30/45 ampere housings and contacts (front view) Cutaway view of housing (side view) The Anderson Powerpole is a family of electrical connectors by Anderson Power Products (APP), although plug compatible connectors are now available from alternate sources. Specific variants of this series of connectors have become de facto standards for conveying "higher power" direct current (DC) electrical power, although these standards are inconsistent and sometimes ignored.

  • Kevin Butler (character)


    Kevin Butler (portrayed by Jerry Lambert) was a marketing character used by Sony Computer Entertainment America as part of their It Only Does Everything (2009–11) and Long Live Play (2011) advertising campaigns for the PlayStation 3 in North America. He starred as the Vice President of various fictitious departments within the PlayStation division of Sony, responding to "Dear PlayStation" queries. Due to the positive reception of the commercials, Sony extended them throughout the remainder of 2010 as well as into 2011. The character was created by Deutsch/LA, the advertising agency responsible for the campaign. Deutsch/LA also managed Kevin Butler's Twitter account and wrote his E3 2010 speech. Creative Circus graduates Will Lindberg and Mark Adler were responsible for creating the "Hall of Play" Facebook application to induct PlayStation gamers into the Hall of Play by Kevin Butler.

  • NEMA connector


    Ungrounded and grounded power plugs Common North American 125 volt receptacles. All accept a 1-15P plug; the two on the left also accept 5-15P plugs. The NEMA 5-15R device on the far left is most common; the designs on the right are typically seen in older buildings. NEMA 5-15P plug and NEMA 5-15R receptacle (different scales, blade spacing is for both.) Each receptacle also accepts an ungrounded plug, whether polarized or unpolarized.NEMA connectors are power plugs and receptacles used for AC mains electricity in North America and other countries that use the standards set by the US National Electrical Manufacturers Association. NEMA wiring devices are made in current ratings from 15 to 60 amperes (A), with voltage ratings from 125 to 600 volts (V). Different combinations of contact blade widths, shapes, orientation, and dimensions create non-interchangeable connectors that are unique for each combination of voltage, electric current carrying capacity, and grounding system.

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