three-pin plug


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three-pin plug

[ˌθriːˌpɪnˈplʌg] nspina a tre spinotti
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But the industry has yet to standardise connectors, so while some use a three-pin plug, others need a special wall box for home charging.
A full charge takes nine hours from a standard three-pin plug.
Home charging ranges from the standard three-pin plug to fast charging sockets - for the equivalent of around 2p a mile - and there are 5,800 public charging points across the UK.
In addition, requirements stipulate that a three-pin plug should be fitted with all electrical appliances such as air-conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and dryers.
And while charging the Leaf using a conventional three-pin plug will take a less than impressive 21 hours most buyers will opt to have a 7Kw wall box fitted at their home - with Nissan covering the installation cost - which reduces the time to a sensible seven and a half hours.
"There's cruise control, less pollution, wifi, a three-pin plug.
For example, it can be boosted to 80% in just 25 minutes from a fast charger, but with a standard three-pin plug it's five hours.
For 2012, a plug-in version of the third-generation model was introduced but, unlike the standard Prius, you could charge this one from a normal three-pin plug rather than requiring a dedicated highoutput charger.
three-pin plug along with proper earthing while using iron, washing
Do not touch naked wire and get repair defective wiring, use three-pin plug along with proper earthling while using iron, washing machine, refrigerator etc, put wooden piece, flapper or Dari under your feet and also use rubber sole shoes, it further said.
Robert Chantry-Price, of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, said: "We would advise consumers to check that the three-pin plug on the appliance states it is made to BS 1363.