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Which cable is better for electric cars

It really depends on your situation, i.e. your 1) Your car 2) your home charger and 3) plans for public charger use. The plug type will depend on the car and charge rate will but limited by the maximum charge rate of all 3.

Assuming your car uses a Type 2 plug, a 22kW (3 Phase, 32amp) cable will give you the most options as it can charge at 22,11,7 or 3kW. But it's a heavier cable and unnecessary in some cases.

We recommend using our EV search to view your options. Or just live chat with us (bottom right) and we'll guide you.

Can I use a 22KW cable on a 7KW charger?

Yes. 22kW (3 Phase, 32A) EV Charging Cables are backward compatible. Using them on a 22, 11, 7, or 3kW charger will work and charge at either your car or the charger's maximum charge rate. This is also true of 7kW cables. The exception is an 11kW cable which is 3 phase and 16amp. Because it is limited to 16amp if it's used on a 7kW charger (single phase, 32amp, it'll be limited to single phase 16amp and therefore charge at just 3kW.

Do all electric cars have the same charging cables?

No. There are multiple plug types, phases, and amps (which translate to the kW rating). We recommend using our site search (top right) to view your options based on your EV. Or just live to chat with us (bottom right) and we'll guide you.

Then there's quality. A recent report from Electrical Safety First showed that unsafe EV Charging Cables are flooding the UK market. We design, build, and test all our cables in the UK. They're built with high-quality components and put through over 50 automated and visual tests before we ship them to you.

What is an EV Type 2 Charging Cable

Most modern European electric vehicles use a Type 2 plug and it is the standard European untethered EVSE (EV Charger) socket. So new EU EVs typically need a Type 2 to Type 2 cable to charge at home or public untethered charge-points.

You can think of it as the equivalent of the now standard USB Type-C charging port for mobile devices.

What is the difference between a Type 2 and a Type 1 charging cable?

In simple terms, the Type 1 plug/socket is the historical car-side electric vehicle plug/socket but now most modern EVs have moved to Type 2.

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  • Fast Charging Speed: The EV Type 2 charger has an adjustable current range of 6A, 8A, 10A, 13A, and 16A, allowing you to choose the desired charging speed based on your requirements. The maximum output power is 3.84 kW, which is three times faster than a standard socket, enabling quicker charging times for your EV.

  • High-Quality Materials: The charging cable is made of oxygen-free pure copper with low resistance, ensuring excellent conductivity. This high-quality material allows for higher amperage and more stable charging current, promoting efficient charging.

  • Wide Compatibility: The Type 2 portable EV charger is suitable for all European electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) that comply with the IEC 62196-2 standard. It is compatible with various car models, including Mercedes, Renault, Tesla, Nissan Leaf, Evoque P300e Hybrid, Peugeot Ion, Peugeot e208, Mini, Volvo, Hyundai, Kia, Jaguar, and more.

  • Easy to Use and Portable: The charging cable is 6.1 meters long, providing ample length for your daily charging needs. The compact control unit and cables can be conveniently stored in the included carry bag, allowing for easy transportation during travel or business trips. All you need is a grounded socket to connect the charger.

  • Durability and Longevity: The EV charging cable is built with superior materials for durability and longevity. The charger features a 1.3-inch OLED screen that offers a clear display and is stiffer and more resistant to drops compared to other car chargers. The ABS housing of the charger can withstand a vehicle load of 1.5 tons and has passed a drop test of 10 tons from a meter height. The TPU charging cable has been tested for bending strength over 10,000 times, indicating a service life of approximately 15 years.

  • Safety and Reliability: The charging cable is equipped with protective measures against various potential risks, including overcurrent, overvoltage, overheating, lightning, and short circuits. An intelligent chip provides all-round protection for your car battery and socket. The charger automatically stops charging when the battery is fully charged, when an unusual current occurs, or when the charging temperature exceeds 85°C. Charging resumes when conditions return to normal.