How to Choose Power Plug for Your Electronics

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It’s a wired, wired and wireless world out there. As the world is getting more and more gadget-driven in the hope of making our lives more comforting and pleasant we are getting slaves and hopeless without them. The one and only food of them need to be fed with the current amount and with precise amount to keep them running as they should. It is not possible to get the appropriate amount of wall sockets to connect them all at a time. We need a system or another gadget to extend the number of sockets we have. Here comes the power plug to rescues. They are designed and manufactured to fulfill this purpose perfectly without any failure. One standard wall power socket is multiplied to one or more number by connecting the terminals accordingly. Because so many countries—and even regions within countries—developed their own electricity standards, it’s safe to say that diversity reigns out there.

The world showcases and runs in two voltage ranges: 110-127V or 220-240V. If the device falls within either range, variations within that range won’t be a problem for short-term use. If the local power in your resident is 110V, for example, and your device lists its input at 125V, it will work. If you’re planning to live in a country for several months or more, then replacing your device with one purchased locally (for an exact voltage match) is worth consideration. Below is a checklist which will help you to get the best power plug.

1) Know your devices: You should know the power specifications of your device such as the current and voltage requirements. Accordingly by the appropriate power plug.

2) How many devices: We should quantify the number of devices we may connect at once and roughly calculate the load. So as to prevent any electrical accidents. In case we are having heavy load then we should opt for the copper grade thick wires like the Data power plug [data ปลั๊กไฟ, which are the term in Thai] provides in different models.

3) Fuse or fuse less: We should think of whether we should need to provide an extra layer of protection by introducing fuse equipped power cords or not.