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Электрическая вилка - розетка - тип K - Danish 10 A/250 V

 Электрическая вилка - розетка - тип K - Danish 10 A/250 V

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Электрическая вилка - розетка - тип K - Danish 10 A/250 V

This plug/outlet is technically known as the Danish 10 A/250 V earthed.

This Danish standard plug is described in the Danish Plug Equipment Section 107-2-D1 Standard sheet (SRAF1962/DB 16/87 DN10A-R). The plug is similar to the French Type E except that it has an earth pin instead of an earth hole (and vice versa on the socket). This makes the Danish socket more unobtrusive than the French socket which is a cavity into the wall to protect the earth pin from mechanical damage (and to protect from touching the live pins).

The Danish socket will also accept the Type C and Type F . Type E plugs will also fit into the socket but should not be used for appliances that need to be earthed.

A variation (standard DK 2-5a) of the Danish plug exists for use only on surge protected computer circuits . It fits into the corresponding computer socket and the normal Type K socket, but normal type K plugs deliberately don`t fit into the special computer socket.

Traditionally all Danish sockets were equipped with a switch to prevent touching live pins when connecting/disconnecting the plug. Today, sockets without switch are allowed, but then it is a requirement that the sockets have a cavity to prevent touching the live pins. However, the shape of the plugs generally makes it difficult to touch the pins when connecting/disconnecting.

Since the early 1990s, grounded outlets have been required in all new electric installations in Denmark. Older outlets need not be grounded, but all outlets - including old installations - are required to be protected by RCD/GFCI (called HFI in Danish) no later than 1 July 2008.

After 1 July 2008 Wall outlets for type E (French 2-pin, female earth) will be permitted for installations in Denmark. Sockets for Type F plug will not be permitted.





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