What types of Danish plug are there?
The standard Danish 3 pin plug is rated at 16 Amps. A variant for data circuits has rectangular instead of round pins, which fits into both data and non-data sockets.
For medical equipment there is a variant with one rectangular and one round pin.
Denmark also accepts the 2 pin CEE7/16 Europlug.
What approvals does a Danish plug or powercord have?
DEMKO Afsnit 107-2-D1 is the standard to which standard plugs are manufactured, and DEMKO or (D) is the approval body. The normal Danish plug is listed under DK-2-1a, the data variant DK-2-5a, and the medical variant DK-2-8a.
Where is the Danish plug used?
The Danish plug is exclusive to Denmark and its dependencies, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Please call or email your requirements or if you
need help from our friendly sales or technical teams.