What is the reason why the number of nameplate marks of power adapter is inconsistent with the plug? Shenzhen moso technology?
I don't know if you have noticed that sometimes the value on the power adapter product is inconsistent with the value on the power adapter plug, so is this a manufacturer's mistake or another reason?
Next, the power adapter manufacturer will give you a good analysis of this situation.
In order to explain more intuitively, we directly illustrate that the nameplate of the general desktop power adapter is 100-
240 V, however, the screen printing of the pin at the end of the AC line is generally 10A/250V ~ (Middle gauge pin)
In this case, 250V obviously exceeds the 240V marked by the power adapter itself. Is this marked wrong?
In fact, it is not. 250V 10A actually means the limit working condition of the plug. Marking 10A means that it is not allowed to exceed 10A under working conditions.
From the voltage point of view, the input of the general power adapter is marked 100-240 V, of course, some markets are different ,(Such as India and other places)
, And the power adapter itself before the factory test, usually with 96 V-
265V to test, test and so on the power adapter to ensure that the product is in 100-240V operation will not fail.
Therefore, after the above explanation, I believe that everyone has a more intuitive understanding of the problem of labeling. The problem of inconsistent labeling is not caused by manufacturer mistakes or other reasons, this kind of marking itself conforms to the safety regulations, so you don't need to worry too much when you encounter this kind of problem, but the power adapter manufacturer reminds you, to buy a power adapter, it is best to go to the relevant manufacturer or a regular store to buy it. Don't buy fake products!
Please pay attention to Shenzhen moso Technology Co. , Ltd. for more detailed consultation!