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The NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD. is a professional OEM South Korea Power Cord Manufacturer and ODM South Korea Power Cord Factory, was founded in 2001. It has a power cord with the trademark "QIAOPU" on it. The company specializes in the manufacture of national security certification power cables, plugs and sockets, extension cords, rubber cords, and other electrical components. In 2013, Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. generated a total output value of RMB 170 million. It currently employs 178 people, including 8 quality inspection personnel, 7 quality assurance personnel, and 7 technical and research personnel. The plant covers an area of 21,000 square meters. For the rubber line workshop, the PVC granulation workshop, the copper wire bundle workshop, the wire drawing workshop, the riveting workshop, the plug injection workshop, the factory inspection and delivery workshop, and the factory inspection and delivery workshop.
NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD..'s QIAOPU trademark products primarily include European plugs, European power cords, American plugs, American power cords, GB plugs, GB power cords, British plugs, Australian plugs, Japanese plugs, Korean plugs, South African plugs, Brazilian plugs, Argentine plugs, Swiss plugs, Israeli plugs, and so on. Power cord models are H03VVH2-F, H03VV-F, H05VV-F, H05VVH2-F, IEC52 (RVV), IEC53 (RVV), H05RN-F, H05RR-F, H07RN-F, SVT, SJT, SPT, and other nations across the world certified power cord.
QIAOPU brand power cable products have received ROHS, PAHS, REACH, and other environmental certifications, and Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. has gained ISO9001:2008 and GB/T19001:2008 quality system certification. QIAOPU product certifications include European VDE, US UL, UK UK, Australian SAA, South Africa SABS, Brazil UC/INMETREO, Japan PSE, Korea KC, and others.

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South Korea Power Cord Industry knowledge
Will it cause damage to the South Korea power cord if I use equipment that is not voltage compatible with the South Korea power cord?
If using equipment that is incompatible with the voltage of the South Korea power cord, it may cause damage to the South Korea power cord and pose serious safety risks.
The safety voltage standard in South Korea is 250V. This means that the appliances and power cords used in Korea need to be able to withstand such voltage. If using devices that are not compatible with this standard, such as those designed to operate at 110 volts, it may cause the power cord to overheat, melt, or even catch fire.
In addition, using incompatible devices may also cause damage to the electrical appliances themselves. The electronic components inside the appliance may not be able to withstand high or low voltages, leading to component damage or electrical failure.
Therefore, in order to ensure safety and normal use of the equipment, it is essential to use equipment that is compatible with the voltage of the South Korea power cord.

Does the socket that the South Korea power cord is plugged into need to match the South Korea power cord?
Yes, South Korea power cord plugs usually need to match South Korea power sockets. In South Korea, power sockets typically use the CEE 7/7 standard, also known as "F-type" plugs. It has two circular pins and one circular grounding pin, arranged in a triangular shape. This plug design is designed to match the power sockets in South Korea, ensuring good connection and safety.
Although you may use socket adapters to connect other types of plugs to South Korea power outlets, to ensure optimal performance and safety, it is best to use plugs that match the power outlet. Incorrect plugs can lead to loose connections, electrical failures, and even safety risks.

Can South Korea power cord be used in humid conditions?
South Korea power cords should not be used in humid environments as they may cause damage to the insulation layer of the wires, increasing the risk of electric shock and fire. Moisture entering the interior of the power cord may cause short circuits or accelerate wire aging, thereby affecting the performance and safety of the power cord.
To ensure electrical safety and prevent potential safety hazards, it is recommended to use waterproof or moisture-proof electrical appliances and power cords in humid environments, or take additional protective measures, such as using waterproof sockets and boxes.
In addition, when using appliances in humid environments, the following points should also be noted:
Regularly check the condition of the power cord and plug to ensure there is no damage or aging.
Avoid prolonged use of electrical appliances in damp areas such as bathrooms and kitchens, especially when using water or steam.
When not using electrical appliances, unplug the power cord in a timely manner to reduce potential safety risks.
In summary, in order to ensure personal safety and normal use of electrical appliances, it is not recommended to use South Korea power cords or other types of power cords in humid environments. If it is necessary to use electrical appliances in humid environments, appropriate protective measures and precautions should be taken.