- Type A plug does not have grounding, and is still used in most of North America, Central and South America on equipment that does not require a ground connection, such as lamps and small appliances.
- Type A plugs are still very common because of their capability to be used with type A (non-grounded) and type B (grounded) power outlets.
- NEMA 1-15 power receptacles, are no longer allowed in new construction in the United States and Canada since 1962, but are still sold for replacement purposes. Universal grounded power plug adapter with the patented universal receptacle design that accepts plugs from most countries including the US and Canada.
- Electrical Rating: 10A 250V, 15A 125V
- Input: Universal socket, can accept a single plug from any country
- USA NEMA 1-15
- USA NEMA 5-15
- USA NEMA 6-15
- USA NEMA 6-20
- Argentina IRAM2073
- Australia AS3112
- China GB2099
- Denmark AFSNIT
- Israel SI32
- Italy CEI23-16
- Japan JIS8303
- Korea KSC8305
- Russia GOST7396
- Germany CEE7/7
- Germany CEE7/16
- Switzerland SEV 1011
- United Kingdom BS1363
- New conductivity design - internal metal interfaces provides better conductivity.
- New insulated design - half-way covered by plastic, provides better safety protection
- 7.0 mm, 5.0 mm, 5.0 mm Prongs
- Insulated Voltage - Proof: 3KV
- CE Approved
- RoHS Compliant
- Patented in 36 countries
Power Outlet Plug Type:
- Type A,Countries Using Type A Plug
Output suitable for country:
- Output suitable for country:
- 125V - USA, Canada, Japan, Taiwan
- 250V - China, Philippines, Thailand
- Other countries include: American Samoa, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, Micronesia, Monserrat, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Tahiti, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, USA, Venezuela, Virgin Islands
Note: Power Plug Adapters do not convert voltage, they just change the plug type. Use a proper voltage converter along with a power plug adapter if your device is incompatible with the country's voltage.
If you traveling to Japan and you thinking you are set to go, remember that even for Japan you need a Plug adapter. Japan has Type A outlets and you already research and found out that the this style also belongs to most of North America, so why would you need a plug adapter? Well, even though America and Japan use the same type of plugs, American adapter are polarized.
A polarized plug has a neutral prong receptacle which is wider than live prong receptacle, allowing the plug to be inserted in one way only. The Japanese plug doesn?t have the polarize receptacle feature, which therefore can be and issue when trying to plug a polarized US device to the Japanese outlets. The UNIV-6 will help resolved this problem for your dual voltage item such as camera, cell phone and tablets. The front of the UNIV-6 has a universal panel design to receive most plug types around the world.
Power Outlet Plug: Type A