I've seen them, it looks like a wall adapter with an electrical cord
coming out of it. In action, the item hooked between the wall and the
appliance starts up at the same time as the appliance or load.
On Wed, 01 Aug 2007 23:49:09 -0000, Eric in North TX
They make them to turn on a dust collector automatically when, say, a
table saw is turned on.
Ask over in rec.woodworking if you want more examples.
Oh that's nothing.
Few people know this, but when one camera gets another in-picture, the effect
You can get 100 pounds with only two cameras. If you're unlucky enough to have
3 cameras, that's 1000 pounds.
My local Sears store carries the gadget. It's designed to turn on the
light and the vacuum when you start a saw. But that's just the packaging
that Sears provides. It could just as well turn off a printer when you
turn off the computer (assuming the power supply doesn't draw too much juice
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