Power Socket

AC power sockets connect electric equipment to the alternating current (AC) power supply in buildings and at other sites. Electrical sockets differ from one another in voltage and current rating, shape, size, and connector type.

DAA1

DAA1 is Emi Interference. This is filter widely using in ...

DAI1

DAI1 is Emi Filter. This is filter widely using in the el...

DAI1K

DAI1K is Rfi Emi Filter. This is filter widely using in t...

DAI2

DAI2 is Power Line Filter. This is filter with fuse widel...

DAP1

DAP1 is Emi Emc. This is filter widely using in the elect...

DBI5

DBI5 is Rfi Filter. This is filter with fuse widely using...

DBI6

DBI6 is Electromagnetic Interference. This is filter with...

DCI7

DCI7 is Line Filter. This is filter with fuse widely usin...

DEA4

DEA4 is Emc Filter. This is filter widely using in the el...

BTP-01

BTP-01 is Power Socket. This outlet is widely using in th...

BTP-03

BTP-03 is AC Outlet. This outlet is widely using in the e...

BTP-04

BTP-04 is AC Socket. This outlet is widely using in the e...

BTP-04F

BTP-04F is Power Outlet. This outlet is widely using in t...

BTP-05

BTP-05 is AC Jack. This outlet is widely using in the ele...

BTP-05C

BTP-05C is Power Jack. This outlet is widely using in the...

BTP-06

BTP-06 is AC Power Socket. This outlet is widely using in...

BTP-07

BTP-07 is AC Power Outlet. This outlet is widely using in...

BTP-10

BTP-10 is IEC socket. This outlet is widely using in the ...

BTP-10E

BTP-10E is IEC Outlet. This outlet is widely using in the...

BTP-10F

BTP-10F is AC Plug. This plug is widely using in the elec...