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Photograph taken in Valencia, Aug 2004, by User:Chameleon, for Wikipedia's articles on plugs.
A power strip, bought in Italy. There are three large round receptacles that can take CEE 7/4, CEE 7/7, CEE 7/16, CEE 7/17 and the narrow, 10-amp version of CEI 23-16/VII. There are also three smaller receptacles that can take CEE 7/16 and both types of CEI 23-16/VII. This strip was sold with a CEI 23-16/VII plug, but I fitted a CEE 7/4 instead. It also features a power switch with a lamp in it. This sort of power strip is invaluable for dealing with the variety of plugs used in Italy. See en:Mains power plug for full information.

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