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Early Chinese socket

Early Chinese socket

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This socket design has a flaw, is the polarity is not right, left that group of zero lines and the fire wire connected in reverse

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Apr 11, 2019 at 09:31 PM Author: Ash
The reverse of polarity is not a problem - Appliances don't care, and are required to be equally isolated (isolation from touching by the user) on the Phase and Neutral

The socket is good in the springs present in there which hold the connection firmly, but the contact with the plug pin is only from 1 side - so half the current capacity, and there are the Copper strip bridges to the moving parts - which might break after many plug insertions

Can you show a bigger picture of that axial leaded Neon ?
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Apr 12, 2019 at 09:04 AM Author: Men of God
I will take a picture when I go home on May 1st labor day holiday!


I can't in English, so I in Chinese, please use the translation website to translate my words!

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Apr 28, 2019 at 09:15 AM Author: takemorepills
I like how the design incorporates actual springs for contact retention!

I disagree, the polarity can be slightly dangerous. For example, ideally a light bulb socket would have the screw as neutral and center as line (hot). If the screw shell is hot, then you could conceivably be shocked when removing a bulb, as typically only the center of the socket is switched.
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