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The difference between electronic and power cords

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The difference between electronic and power cords

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The difference between electronic and power cords


The power cord is the line that connects high-power equipment. For example, the cord of the rice cooker we use is the power cord. Electronic wires are wires that connect electronic components. The wires on the circuit board should be electronic wires.


Electronic wire:


It is an abbreviation for the internal wire of electrical equipment, which is mainly based on weak current and has a different concept from cables in the category of strong current. The electronic wires in the market are divided into three series: UL standard, 3C standard, and VDE standard. The AWG unit is generally the UL standard, and the ** square unit is generally the 3C standard or the VDE standard. Domestic electronics Line manufacturers are mainly based on the two standards of 3C and UL.

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power cable:


It is a wire that transmits current. The current transmission is usually point-to-point. Power cords can be divided into AC AC power cords and click here to add pictures to illustrate DC DC power cords. Generally, AC power cords are cables with higher voltage AC power. These cables require unified standards to obtain safety certification due to the high voltage. Can be officially produced. The DC line basically passes direct current with a lower voltage, so the safety requirements are not as strict as the AC line, but for safety reasons, countries currently require unified safety certification.


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