Type 2 EV Dummy Socket Wall Holder for electric vehicle car
Nissan LEAF, Nissan eNV-2000, VW eGolf Chevy Volt, Chevy Bolt, Chevy Spark Toyota Prius Plug-In, Prius Prime,Toyota Rav4 EV Hyundai Ioniq,Kia Soul EV, Mercedes B Class Electric Drive,BMW i3 and i8 Ford Focus Electric, Ford C-Max Energy, Ford Fusion Energy, Fiat 500e ZERO motorcycle , Brammo motorcycle ,Smart Electric Drive, Karma Fisker, Mitsubishi iMiev, Cadillac ELR Porsche Cayenne S-E, Porsche Panamera S-E ,Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid, Honda Fit EV ,Smart ,Honda,Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X (* need to use with Tesla charging adapter)
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1.Conform to the provisions and requirements of IEC 62752, IEC 61851.
2.Using riveting pressure process with none screw ,have a beautiful appearance. Hand-held design conform to the ergonomic principle , plug conveniently.
3.TPE for cable insulation prolonging the aging resistance life-span, TPE sheath improved the bending life and wear resistance of ev charging cable.
4.Excellent protection performance, protection grade achieved IP67 (working condition).
Shell Material: Thermo Plastic ( Insulator inflammability UL94 VO)
Contact Pin: Copper alloy, silver or nickel plating
Sealing gasket: rubber or silicon rubber
TPE insulation,TPE Sheath EV Charging Cable for EV Plug & EV Socket ,32A 240V 62196
How to choose EV chargers
Speed: There are 4 typical AC charging powers to choose from, 3.5KW, 7KW, 11KW or 22KW. Higher charging power enables faster
charging speed, for example, if an electric car has a battery of 55kWh, it takes 8 hours to be charged from empty to full with a
7KW EV charger, while it takes only 2.5 hours with a 22KW EV charger. However, it is very important to make sure that your
electric vehicle also supports the same charging power provided by the EV charger.
Supply: 3.5KW and 7KW AC electric car chargers require single phase power, while 11KW and 22KW ones require 3 phase power. As to
an electrical circuit, it should to be rated for 25% greater amperage than your electric vehicle charger’s output. For example, if
you have a 40-amp Level 2 charger, your circuit breaker should be rated for at least 50 amps. It is also sensible to choose an EV
charger that allows to adjust electric current.
Location: It is a good idea to install EV chargers near your electrical panel, which helps to reduce expenses on unnecessary
conduits. To get more flexibility and convenience, choosing a waterproof electric vehicle charger is also a wise decision, because
such an EV charger can be installed indoor or outdoor depending on where you normally park your car.
Smartness: Some electric car chargers come with an app to manage charging, set a schedule, track charging costs and miles driven,
etc. If you want to monitor charging status, while at office or taking a walk, such smart features would come in handy. Or if you
want to reduce electric bills, charging scheduling can help to accomplish just that, all you need to do is schedule charging at
Length: EV chargers come with cables of various lengths, 5 meters by default most of the time, be sure to choose an EV charging
cable that is long enough to reach the charge port of your car.