I need to replace a plug on a mains powered device. It uses a specialised connector (to make it difficult for hobbyists, I guess) so I want to replace it with a standard mains plug. Unfortunately the cable connects to the PCB using some kind of spade/Faston connector, but there are millions of different variants of these and I have no idea which parts to buy! Does anyone know what it might be, from the photo below? It's kind of hard to get a good view, so let me know if a particular angle would help. The plastic cover is 9mm wide, and the metal receptacle is about 7mm wide. The device is rated at 24A, so I'm not sure if that means there is a special high-power variant needed.