For Czech Republic there are two associated plug types, types C and E. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins and plug type E is the plug which has two round pins and a hole for the socket’s male earthing pin. Czech Republic operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
Popularly known as the Europlug, the Type C electrical plug is a two-pin unearthed plug used throughout continental Europe , parts of the Middle East, and much of Africa, South America, central Asia, and the former Soviet republics.
The Europlug is a flat, two -pole, round- pin domestic AC power plug , rated for voltages up to 250 V and currents up to 2.5 A. It is a compromise design intended to connect low-power Class II appliances safely to the many different forms of round- pin domestic power socket used across Europe .
All of Europe operates on the same 2 round pronged outlets except for the UK and Ireland that operates on its own unique 3 flat rectangle pronged outlets. If you are travelling through the UK or Ireland (including London) you will need a UK and Ireland power point adapter .
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A type C plug fits perfectly into a type F socket. The socket is recessed by 15 mm, so partially inserted plugs do not present a shock hazard.
Most devices have an IEC standard socket . You just buy a local power cord. If you have an unusual device that has a hardwired power cord (have not seen one in ages) then you can easily buy an adapter UK -> EU for about 4 Euros.
2 -pole means that the device plug is not earthed and it normally has two pins that transmit electricity. Originally, all electrical devices were fitted with 2 -pole plugs , which means that the devices were not earthed and that all mains sockets were constructed for 2 -pole plugs .
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If your appliance currently have a 2 pin plug it means it is double insulated, does not have exposed metal. Therefore it is safe to fit a 3 pin plug in place of a 2 pin plug however employ your local electrician to double check and fit the 3 pin plug .
This is what makes two – prong outlets the least safe of any type of outlet . Two – prong outlets have connections only for hot and neutral wire, hence their name. Without a third- prong for a connected ground wire, unstable electricity doesn’t have a path to travel safely away from you and your electrical system.
When connected with an electric circuit, the current flows from the live to the neutral prongs. 3 – pin plugs also limit the amount of power that can flow through the circuit, as compared to a 2 – pin plug . Hence 3 – pin plugs are safer as compared to 2 – pin plugs .
This 2 pin plug , is a shaver plug . It is designed to fit into the shaver socket found in many bathrooms within the UK . Safety is the reason it comes with a 2 pin shaver plug , rather than a 3 pin , which I will explain in a bit more detail below. 7 дней назад
You can use an EU conversion plug , which have several benefits. However, before using a conversion plug you should: Always check that the type of conversion plug you use is suitable for the EU plug . We recommend you replace the appliance with a UK standard electrical product if the plug is not suitable for conversion.
The United Kingdom, Ireland, and Malta, use the BS 4573 two – pin plug and socket for electric shavers and toothbrushes. The plug has insulated sleeves on the pins . Although similar to the Europlug Type C, the diameter and spacing of the pins are slightly different and hence it will not fit into a Schuko socket .