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  1. So you got this mystery solved! I was talking about EVSEs earlier today and about the strange ground pin orientation. NEMA seems to like the ground pin being toward the top of outlets, even for standard outlets. But we don't see that in practice for standard outlets. And many EVSEs fit better when the ground pin is oriented downward. I've seen several explanations from longer ground pin plugs to securer connections… but these don't add up. What gives?

  2. Regarding receptacle designs, when one goes to purchase receptacles, more expensive does NOT always equate to better quality. When purchasing replacements, you should test fit a plug into the ones you intend to buy to test how tight the fit is. I have seen BRAND NEW receptacles that have VERY POOR grabbing quality!! These were more often the more expensive ones!! I've bought from the cheapo bin frequently and had much better results. One of the worst cases is a house we recently moved into (rental) and the owners had the electrical upgraded. ALL the outlets were replaced and the new ones are HORRIBLE for the quality of their holding power!! Just running a vacuum cleaner or toaster will result in noticeable heat at the outlet. Therefore, choose carefully!!

  3. Pure speculation on my part, but I feel it's logical both A) there is a factory pumping out those poles, and B) the holes may serve some purpose during the manufacturing of the poles, be it even as simple as X number of poles fits on Y length string, wire, tab, etc., and that creates a shipping lot (or whatever)

  4. Having worked with punch presses making products at speeds up to 800 strokes per minute, I understand the need to have locating methods because the feeders are designed to overfeed the metal strip. This is using a progressive die that may have up to 22 stations in the die.

  5. I would bet that any locking mechs on plugs died because if an appliance either went rogue or caught fire and the user in a panic wasn't able to unplug the device due to the lock it could be really bad. Seems like a massive hazard.

  6. Another thing with live vs neutral is that it's crucial for some audio devices. It's often that simply reversing the plug you can get rid of some nasty noise.

  7. Electrons travel on the surface and the holes provide a path for electrons to travel inside the blades. That way they can handle more power with less surface oxidation. Low power devices do not require the holes.

  8. When I worked in the Electrical Department at Texas Instruments, I was told that they were to be used to Lockout/Tagout purposes. If you thread a safety tag through the holes, then the user is forced to remove the tag/lock and therefore should be made aware of any safety issues before they can physically plug the device in. It is a probably more of an indemnification device for their purposes, and not the original intention, but that is how we used them. If someone got hurt by using a damaged electrical device, then it was thrir own fault for removing the tag and not reading it or ignoring it before plugging it in. This was mostly used on large heavy duty machinery, and robots, but they all have the holed on the cord ends, not matter how large the plug is. Even 150-200A 3ph plugs have the same holes.

  9. Dear explainer – you did not answer the fundamental question of your video, which is "why the holes". You alluded a bit to the answer, "it's in the manufacturing process". But you did not answer the question. You should have answered the question, by looking into the manufacturing process to give a meaningful and satisfying answer, for viewers who are actually curious about the actual question. Please explain better.

  10. In both apartments in the US I’ve lived in, the receptacles were super worn out. I think the reason that US sockets are criticised for this is that other sockets don’t wear out. I lived in some very old homes in South Africa and even there it was sometimes really tough to pull out a plug and I’m sure I’ve even injured myself on sticky ones

  11. First as a german I must ask why the hell are usa so dumb and cant even make a plug that is save, like our in germany and even the brexitler can make better one. Without slippig forward and can maybe close the cirquilt that you are get a nice voltage dose in you damn body, ok I must say when this to amis happen their can be not so much dmg beginn with their brain most of them^^.

  12. It's probably not a reason for the holes but it takes advantage of the holes, some lock out tag out devices affix to the plug end and utilize the holes to engage a lock.

  13. Don't know if anyone else has said this but English plugs donr have holes that are used for manufacturing. Both molded and sectional. Si it appears it could be done. I can see the ease intakes to mass production.

  14. I have to say (and I am sure the author is aware of what I am about to say), our British plugs / pattresses are probably the best in the world – and they are shipped out to and used extensively in other places too.

  15. I think Japanese power strips make use of the holes. You can sort of twist the plug to lock it in place. Pretty sure something engages with the holes in the plugs.

  16. 15 minutes to get to the damn answer. Even then it’s just speculation. Good Lord. Can you do another video explaining why men have nipples? That outta take a couple of hours

  17. Just an observation, it appears that the majority of the plugs are not grounded. I got the feeling that we (In Belgium) have more grounded power connections. Might this be because we use 220-240v as a standard and have more 380-400v connections?

  18. What if they decided to put holes on it to save material costs. It wouldn't save a lot but after about 10-20 of those you basically get a free one. Sure manufacturing of it would be more complex then just not having it but if you are making millions of them then the extra equipment can almost pay for itself and if production on it runs long enough (10 years, maybe less) you start to have some real savings on it.

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