What is meant by the information given on the mobile charger

The symbols on the mobile charger are as follows

The symbols on the mobile charger are as follows
Information given on the mobile charger

Home Symbol

This sign tells us that, you can install your charger at 220 volt current. Where current is more than 220 volts, using this charger can prove dangerous.
Home Sign

This sign tells us that, you can install your charger at 220 volt current. Where current is more than 220 volts, using this charger can prove dangerous.

Two Square Symbol

This sign tells us that the wires in our charger are double insulated. Which will not shock you in any way.
Two Square Sign

This sign tells us that the wires in our charger are double insulated. Which will not shock you in any way.

Infinity Symbol

This sign means that our charger has gone through Standard Testing and it has become available in the market only after this testing.
Infinity Sign

This sign means that our charger has gone through Standard Testing and it has become available in the market only after this testing.

Dustbin Symbol

If you look at this picture carefully, it has a cross mark on the dustbin. This means that it does not have to be thrown into the trash whenever our charger is damaged. , Must be shipped for recycling.
Dustbin Sign

If you look at this picture carefully, it has a cross mark on the dustbin. This means that it does not have to be thrown into the trash whenever our charger is damaged. , Must be shipped for recycling.

Quick Charge Symbol

This sign indicates the power supply efficiency of the mobile charger.
Quick Charge Sign

This sign indicates the power supply efficiency of the mobile charger.

IEC 60950-1

It states that the rated waltz of this equipment is not more than 600, and no special operator is required to operate it. This standard demands such requirements from manufacturers that: Reduce conditions such as shock or fire.
IEC 60950-1

It states that the rated waltz of this equipment is not more than 600, and no special operator is required to operate it. This standard demands such requirements from manufacturers that: Reduce conditions such as shock or fire.

IS 13252 (Part-1)

It is used by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) to certify adapters of IT equipment.
IS 13252 (Part-1)

It is used by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) to certify adapters of IT equipment.
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