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Power plug question

MegaMind

Human Spambot
may be u can search for Type G to Type D converter/adapter

Avail. in almost all electrical shops.. Like this,

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pimpom

Cyborg Agent
Besides the obvious mechanical difference, the main electrical difference between type G and type D is that type G has a fuse built in. Your PSU, spike guard and UPS all have their own fuses, so the plug's fuse is not essential.

You can use a plug adaptor as suggested by Zangetsu or simply replace the power cord with one that has a type D plug.

Another option is to use a spike guard with a universal socket. Many spike guards come with those.
 
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anikahead2010

anikahead2010

Broken In
Avail. in almost all electrical shops.. Like this,

5CNo.jpg

Would go and look for one.

Besides the obvious mechanical difference, the main electrical difference between type G and type D is that type G has a fuse built in. Your PSU, spike guard and UPS all have their own fuses, so the plug's fuse is not essential.

You can use a plug adaptor as suggested by Zangetsu or simply replace the power cord with one that has a type D plug.

Another option is to use a spike guard with a universal socket. Many spike guards come with those.

I actually have type d power cord but would still look for adapter.Thanks for help.

Zangetsu,Pimpom and Megamind thanks a lot for help. :smile:
 

pimpom

Cyborg Agent
One word of caution: If you use an adapter, make sure it fits snugly and firmly. A loose fit could cause problems later from intermittent contacts and sparking.
 
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