|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Electronics & Electricity / Socket|
|Label:||US adapter , Japan adapter , China adapter|
|Min. Order:||1000 pc|
Brief of Product :
Japan, US, China Ungrounded Plug Adapter
10A 250V /15A 125V
Universal Input: accept Type A ~ Type L plugs; i.e., accept any country-specific plug except Type M plug (the huge 8.7mm South Africa plug
Single Output: Suitable for USA, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Thailand, etc
TYPE A: NEMA 1-15 North American/Japanese 2-blade Flat blade attachment plug
This plug adapter changes the shape of an appliance's plug so that can plug into a "Type A" Japanese JIS C 8303, China GB2099.1 GB1002-1 or North American NEMA 1-15 socket. The receptacle end of the adapter can accept any standard household plug type from any country, except the "Type M" South African SABS1661 (Old British BS-546 "Large") plug. The plug end is a "Type A" North American NEMA 1-15 plug. The adapter's blade contacts are 6.4mm tall, 1.5mm thick, and are spaced 12.7mm apart. The plug is non-polarized and non-grounded, which can be very important.
Technically known as the NEMA 1-15 (North American 15 A/125 V ungrounded), this simple plug has two flat parallel pins, or blades. Early designs allowed the blades to be inserted either way, but more modern plugs make the neutral blade wider than the live blade so that a polarized plug can only be inserted one way. New polarized Type A plugs will not fit in old Type A sockets, but both old and new Type A plugs will fit into new Type A and Type B sockets. A similar plug and socket are commonly found in Japan, the JIS C 8303, Class II (Japanese 15 A /100 V ungrounded). It is basically identical to the North American, but incorporates stricter dimensional requirements for the plug housing, marking, and mandatory testing and approval. Japanese plugs should be able to fit North American outlets, but North American polarized plugs may require adapters or replacement non-polarized plugs in order to connect to older Japanese outlets.
How it's used:
Attach a plug adapter to the power cord of any electrical appliance which is already compatible with the voltage being supplied by the socket. The adapter changes the shape and configuration of the electrical contacts, allowing you to plug into a different kind of socket.
Or, if you prefer to think of it this way, plug the adapter into an electrical socket to enable the socket to accept almost any worldwide household plug (as long as the appliance is already compatible with the voltage being supplied by the socket.) Adapters aren't built for permanent installation though, and it's not a good idea to leave the adapter pl ed into the socket indefinitely. They can remain pl ed in for long periods of time, but they're not intended to be permanently installed.
Where it's used:
American Samoa, Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, China (without holes in blades and slightly shorter blades), Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Maldives, Mexico, Micronesia, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Niger, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Saudi Arabia, Tahiti, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands (U.S.& British), Yemen