Key:power_supply

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Public-images-osm logo.svg power_supply
16A-plug.jpg
Description
To describe sockets for power-supplies (e.g. on campsites)
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Status: Draft

This page is based on the Proposed features/Extend camp site from 2009-12-11 to describe sockets for power-supplies (e.g. on campsites).

Definition

Please note: The tag values are still under discussion.
There is no Proposal page for power_supply=* yet, please refer to the camp site proposal instead.
Main point of the discussion is: Which norm shall be used as tag and if capital letters shall be allowed.

power_supply=yes/no/type Socket type if known, otherwise just yes + power_supply:voltage=value eg. 230 or 120 or 400 (Unit V is not written) + power_supply:frequency=value eg. 50 or 60 (Unit Hz is not written) + power_supply:maxcurrent=value eg. 10 or 16 (Unit A is not written); maxcurrent of this supply, not of the socket-type! + power_supply:schedule=value eg. 19:00-23:00 or intermittent

  • power_supply=yes - means, there is a power supply available (e.g. on a camp_site), but socket type is unknown
  • power_supply=no - means, there is no power supply available
  • power_supply=type - type of power supply socket (see below)

Tag values for type of sockets

The tagging should be based on the following wiki page: Wikipedia-16px.png Mains power around the world

Tag value Socket name Socket-Type Alternative names Used in following countries Picture
power_supply=cee_17_blue CEE 17 blue - IEC 60309
P+N+PE, 6h
Camp-Sites 16A-plug.jpg
power_supply=cee_17_red CEE 17 red - IEC 60309
3P+N+PE, 6h
three phase CEE-Stecker.jpg
power_supply=cee_7_4 CEE 7/4 Typ F Schuko Europe (German) Schuko plug and socket.png
power_supply=cee_7_5 CEE 7/5 Typ E acu 2P+T Europe (France) French-power-socket.jpg
power_supply=as_3112 AS 3112 Typ I Australian 2/3-pin Australia, China I plug.jpg
power_supply=bs_1363 BS 1363 Typ G british 3-Pin United Kingdom, British colonies BritishPlugforWikipedia.jpg
power_supply=bs_546 BS 546 Typ M SABS 164 India, South-Africa, Singapore, Lesotho, Swasiland, British colonies M plug.jpg
power_supply=nema_5_15 NEMA 5-15 Typ B - USA, Amerika, Japan, GUS B plug.jpg
power_supply=sev_1011 SEV 1011 Typ J - Switzerland J plug.jpg
power_supply=cei_23_16 CEI 23-16 Typ L - Italy L plug.jpg

Rendering

See also