1.Safety certification: The socket needs to pass the certification of a well-known safety agency, such as UL, ETL , CE, UKCA, PSE,CE etc, to ensure that it passes the safety and reliability test.
2.High-quality construction: The main body of the switchboard should be made of high-quality materials, such as hard-wearing heavy-duty plastic. Internal components should be made of durable materials such as copper wires to ensure safe and reliable power transmission.
3.Surge protection: Power strips should have built-in surge protection to protect connected equipment from electrical surges that could cause damage or malfunction.
4.Accurate electrical ratings: The electrical ratings of switchboards should be accurate and clearly marked to prevent overloading and reduce the risk of electrical fires.
5.Proper grounding: The switchboard should have a proper grounding system to reduce the risk of electric shock and ensure normal electrical function.
6.Overload protection: The switchboard should have overload protection to prevent overheating and electrical fire caused by excessive load.
7.Wire quality: The wire connecting the cable and the socket should be made of high-quality materials, and the length should be flexible enough to place.