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Our company mainly produces timing socket, wire and cable, wire reel, lamps and steel pipes. At present, our company has obtained VDE/CE/GS/S/D/FI/N/ROHS/REACH and other related certifications.

Timer Socket

A timer socket, also known as a programmable socket or timer outlet, is an electrical device that allows you to control the timing of power supply to connected devices. It typically consists of a socket or outlet with an integrated timer or programmable function. Timer sockets enable you to set specific times for the socket to supply power to your devices. This means you can schedule when an appliance or electronic device should turn on or off automatically. The timer can be configured to operate on a daily or weekly basis, depending on the model. Timer sockets offer several benefits and applications. They can be used for energy-saving purposes, allowing you to turn off devices when they're not in use or activate them before you arrive home. They can also provide security by turning lights on and off at specific times, giving the appearance that someone is home. Some timer sockets come with additional features such as countdown timers or random settings to enhance security measures. These devices are commonly used for various applications in households, offices, and outdoor settings.

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Cable reel

A cable reel, also known as a cable drum or cable spool, is a cylindrical object used for winding and storing various types of cables. It is typically made of wood, metal, or plastic and is designed to hold long lengths of electrical, data, or communication cables. Cable reels are commonly used in industries such as construction, entertainment, telecommunications, and power distribution. They provide a convenient and organized way to transport, store, and deploy cables. The reel's design allows for easy winding and unwinding of the cable, minimizing tangles and potential damage. Cable reels come in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different cable lengths and thicknesses. Some cable reels are fixed, while others are portable with built-in handles or wheels for easy transportation. They may also have features like locking mechanisms to secure the cable in place during storage or transportation. In summary, cable reels are spool-like devices used for managing and storing cables, providing convenience, organization, and protection for cable installations and applications.

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Wires and Cables

Electrical wire and cable are essential components of electrical systems used for transmitting electrical power or signals. They are designed to carry electrical current safely and efficiently from one point to another within buildings, homes, industrial facilities, and other applications. Electrical wires are made of conductive materials, typically copper or aluminum, that allow the flow of electricity. They are available in different gauges or sizes, with thicker wires capable of carrying higher currents. The conductors are usually covered with an insulating material, such as PVC (polyvinyl chloride), rubber, or thermoplastic, to provide electrical insulation and protect against electrical shocks. Cables, on the other hand, consist of multiple insulated wires bundled together within a protective outer sheath. They are commonly used for more complex wiring installations where multiple wires need to be organized and protected. Cables can include power cables for transmitting electricity, control cables for signal transmission and control purposes, and communication cables for data transfer. Electrical wire and cable are available in various types and configurations to suit different applications, including residential wiring, commercial and industrial installations, telecommunications, automotive wiring, and more. The specific type and specifications of wire or cable used depend on factors such as voltage rating, current capacity, environmental conditions, and regulatory requirements.

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Plug and Socket

An electric plug and socket, also known as a power plug and receptacle, is a device used to connect electrical appliances and devices to a power source. The plug is the male connector, typically attached to the power cord of the device, while the socket is the female connector that is installed in a wall outlet or power extension. The plug and socket system ensures a safe and reliable connection between the electrical device and the power supply. They are designed to provide electrical contact, secure mechanical connections, and protect against accidental contact with live electrical components. The plug and socket also facilitate the flow of electricity from the power source to the device, allowing it to operate. Different countries and regions have their own specific types of plugs and sockets, often varying in size, shape, and pin configuration. This variation is due to historical and technical reasons, as well as differences in electrical standards and regulations. The common plug and socket types include the North American NEMA plugs, the European Schuko plugs, and the British BS 1363 plugs, among others. To ensure compatibility and safety, it's important to use the appropriate plug and socket combination for a specific country or region when connecting electrical devices. Adapters or converters may be required when traveling between countries with different plug standards.

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Extension Cord

An extension cord is an electrical cable with a plug on one end and one or more sockets on the other end. It is designed to extend the reach of an existing power source by providing additional length to the electrical cord. Extension cords are commonly used when the power outlet is located far away from the device or appliance that needs to be powered. Extension cords are typically made of a flexible, insulated wire covered in a protective outer casing. The wire inside the cord is composed of conductive material, usually copper, that allows the flow of electric current from the power source to the device being used. Extension cords come in various lengths and gauges, depending on the intended application. The length of an extension cord can range from a few feet to several hundred feet, allowing users to connect devices or appliances at a distance from the power source. The gauge of an extension cord refers to the thickness of the wire inside, and it determines the maximum amount of current that can safely pass through the cord without overheating. Thicker wires have lower gauge numbers and can handle higher currents. It's important to note that extension cords should be used safely and according to their intended purpose. Overloading an extension cord with devices that draw more current than it can handle can lead to overheating, fire hazards, or damage to the connected devices. When using an extension cord, it's crucial to follow the manufacturer's guidelines, avoid running it under carpets or rugs, and inspect it regularly for any signs of wear or damage. In summary, an extension cord is a flexible electrical cable with a plug on one end and one or more sockets on the other end, used to extend the reach of a power source.

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About

ZHEJIANG SHUANGYANG GROUP CO., LTD.
  • Cause

    To create an honest enterprise for the responsibility To build

  • Vistas

    Let every employee work happilyTo be a sustainable business excellence with the integrity of the enterprise image deeply

  • Core Values

    Run the business with integrity Give back to society with a loving heart

OEM Power Outlet Manufacturers

Zhejiang Shuangyang Group Co., Ltd. was established in 1986, is professional China Power Outlet Manufacturers and OEM Electrical Cable Factory, one of the star enterprises of Ningbo City in 1998, and approved by ISO9001/14000/18000.
We are located in Cixi, Ningbo City, which is only one hour to Ningbo harbor and airport, and two hours to Shanghai.
Till now, the registered capital is over 16 million U.S. dollars. Our floor area is about 120,000 sqm, and our construction area is about 85,000 sqm. In 2018, our total turnover was 80 million U.S. dollars.
We have ten R&D persons and over 100 Qcs to guarantee quality, each year, we design and develop over ten new products acting as a great manufacturer. Our main products are timers, sockets flexible cables, power cords, plugs, extension sockets, cable reels, and lighting.

Honor

We enjoy a good reputation among our customers. We are always focused on protecting the environment and human safety. Improving the quality of life is our ultimate goal.

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Industry Knowledge Extension

A electrical cable is a conductor that carries electrical energy, signals, or data from one place to another. It is composed of insulating materials, conductors and protective layers to ensure efficient transmission and safe use of electrical energy. The design and manufacturing of cables need to consider many factors such as electromagnetic interference, temperature changes, and mechanical stress to ensure their reliability under various environmental conditions.

Cable structure

The structure of the cable includes conductors, insulation layers, sheaths and shielding layers.
Conductor: is the conductive material in a cable, usually made of copper or aluminum. The choice of conductor depends on the purpose of the cable and the power transmission requirements.
Insulation: Used to stop the flow of electricity between conductors and prevent short circuits in the cable. Common insulation materials include polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, etc.
Jacket: Is what protects the cable from the external environment, such as moisture, chemicals, and physical damage. The sheath is usually made of polymer material.
Shielding layer: Used in some cables to reduce electromagnetic interference and improve the cable's anti-interference ability. Typical shielding includes aluminum foil and conductive braid.

Applications of cables in different fields

Electrical cables have a wide range of applications across various industries, some of the major areas include:
Energy sector: Cables play a key role in power transmission, power plants and energy distribution systems, supporting modern industry and urbanization.
Communication field: Communication cables support communication facilities such as telephone, Internet, radio and television, and are the infrastructure of the information society.
Transportation field: Cables are used in traffic signal systems, railways and subway systems to provide reliable power and communication support for transportation.
Construction field: Cables are used within buildings for power distribution, lighting and communication networks to promote building intelligence and energy saving.

Power sockets are an indispensable device in modern life, providing convenient power access points for various electronic devices and household appliances.

The structure of the power socket

The basic structure of a power socket includes a jack, a plug hole, a conductive part and a shell. Sockets are designed to ensure a secure connection and transmission of electricity so that a variety of devices can be easily plugged into the power network.
Jack: The jack is the main component of the socket and is usually divided into two or three holes. Different countries and regions may have different jack standards, so the plug design must comply with local electrical codes.
Plug hole: The plug hole is the part used to insert the plug, and its shape and size match the plug to ensure proper insertion and tight connection.
Conductive Parts: The conductive parts include the wires and connectors within the outlet and are responsible for carrying electrical current from the power source to the plug, which in turn provides power to the device.
Shell: The shell is the outer protective layer of the socket, usually made of insulating material to prevent electric shock and mechanical damage.