EVDANCE J1772 Extension Cord 40A 21FT
EVDANCE J1772 Extension Cord 40A 21FT
EVDANCE J1772 Extension Cord 40A 21FT

EVDANCE J1772 Extension Cord 40A 21FT

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Extend Your Charging Reach: The J1772 EV Charger Extension Cord is the perfect accessory for expanding the range of your EV charging. It's compatible with Level 1 and Level 2 chargers featuring J1772 connectors, providing flexibility for various charging setups. Please note that a J1772 adapter (not included) is required for Tesla vehicles.

Powerful 40 Amps with 21FT Cable: This extension cord supports up to 40 amps of charging power. It comes with a heavy-duty 21FT outdoor cable, offering both ample power and reach to efficiently charge your electric vehicle.

Extend Your Charging Reach: The J1772 EV Charger Extension Cord is the perfect accessory for extending your EV charging range. It is compatible with Level 1 and Level 2 chargers featuring J1772 connectors, providing flexibility for various charging setups. Please note that a J1772 adapter (not included) is required for Tesla vehicles.

Enhanced Conductivity: The inlet of this extension cord features silver plating, ensuring excellent conductivity and preventing overheating during charging sessions.

Built to Last: Crafted from high-strength Polycarbonate PC Material, this extension cord is designed for longevity. It offers exceptional durability for long-term use, and its waterproof design (IP66 rated) provides peace of mind, allowing you to use it confidently in any weather condition.

EVDANCE 12 Months Warranty: EVDANCE provides a 12-month warranty from the date of purchase. If you encounter any issues with your charger that are due to manufacturing defects or workmanship during this period, our dedicated team will assist you in resolving the matter promptly.

    VoltageAC: 110-240V Single-Phase
    Current:32&40&50A Max
    Connector Type:SAE J1772
    Total Length:21 /30/ 40 Feet
    Operating Temperature:-30℃~+50℃
    Storage Temperature:-40℃~+85℃
    Material:PC,TPE,Silver-plated Copper
    AccessoriesStorage: Bag,Velcro Tie

    Fit for All J1772 EVs

    1 year warranty and We offer a 30-day guarantee on receipt

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    J1772 Extension Cable 40&32&50A 21&3040ft Charging Cord for Electric Vehicle 110V-240V Compatible for All SAE J1772 Chargers

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    EVDANCE's EV Charger Cable is Engineered to Endure any Climate Conditions

    EV Charger Extension Cable

    EVDANCE EV Charger Cable is Made of Premium Material such as TEP PC & PA66

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    Long-lasting Lifespan

    After more than 10,000 times plug in and unplug tests, EVDANCE extension cord can still work normally.

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    Sturdy Exterior Casing

    Sturdy exterior casing and extension cord can endure 4400lbs load pressure.

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    Exceptional Durability

    The extension cord has exceptional durability and can be bent over 15,000 times.

    Compatible with J1772 Charger & All EVs


    The EVDANCE J1772 EV Extension Cord&Cable is an accessory designed to extend the reach of your electric vehicle (EV) charging cable. It is compatible with EVs that use the J1772 charging standard, which is widely adopted by many EV manufacturers.

    The specific length of the extension cord may vary depending on the model. It's best to refer to the product description or packaging for the exact length of the EVDANCE J1772 EV Extension Cord&Cable.

    Yes, the EVDANCE J1772 EV Extension Cord&Cable is designed to be compatible with most EV charging cables that use the J1772 standard. It allows you to extend the length of your existing EV charging cable for added flexibility and convenience during charging.

    The maximum current rating of the extension cord may vary depending on the specific model. It's important to select an extension cord that can handle the maximum current rating of your EV charging cable and the charging capabilities of your electric vehicle. Consult the product specifications or contact the manufacturer for detailed information.

    The weatherproofing capabilities of the extension cord may depend on the specific model. Some extension cords may have weatherproof features, such as durable and water-resistant materials or protective covers. It's recommended to check the product description or consult the manufacturer for information on the weatherproofing capabilities of the EVDANCE J1772 EV Extension Cord&Cable.

    The extension cord should not significantly impact charging performance or safety when used properly. However, it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines for using the extension cord to ensure safe and efficient charging. Using an extension cord that is too long or has a lower current rating than your EV charging cable may result in voltage drop, slower charging speeds, or potential safety hazards. It's recommended to choose a high-quality extension cord that matches the specifications of your EV charging cable and consult the manufacturer for any specific considerations.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 23 reviews
    I Was Able to Extend My Reach By Another 21’ To Charge

    Additional freedom to charge.
    I have encountered vehicles either fully charged or not charging in spaces used to charge, and open spaces just out of reach. This cures that problem, beautifully. I simply connect the public charger to this J1772 extension, and my reach now extends another 21’. To avoid simple theft of this extension cable, I simply thread a lock through the hole of the trigger to lock the charging handle in place, also referred to as the J-Plug. So far, this has worked perfectly.

    How this works?
    It’s brilliant. I take the public or my own EV charger’s SAE J1772 plug (J-Plug), and instead of plugging the chargers J-Plug into my EV, I plug the charger’s J-Plug into this EVDance 40A rated 21’ EV Charger Extension Cord’s SAE J1772 inlet, which terminates, on the other end, with EVDance’s SAE J1772 plug (J-Plug), which I then connect to my EV. I have now extended my reach from the charger’s typical 25’ cable to about 46’. That’s significant.

    Smart or dumb charger?
    It made no difference whether I was using a smart of dumb charger, the cable was recognized, and I was allowed to charge.

    Is there risk?
    Possibly, although the cable was UL listed, the J1772 J-Plug was not nor was the inlet. Usually, extension cords are frowned upon, for possible safety reasons.

    Attention to detail
    Yes, I think so, as it was obvious, this arrived surrounded by bubble wrap, even the entire length of cable was wrapped in plastic, allowing the integrity of the product to be pristine. Very much appreciated. Every detail was attended to make as a perfect as possible.

    CE certification>
    Yes, on the charging handle aka the J-Plug

    What is a CE mark?
    A CE marking indicates that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health, and environmental protection requirements. True, CE is not recognized in the US, but this did not even have a visible CE marking, not even on the packaging.

    UL listed?
    Not on the charging handle (J-Plug) nor the receiving J-Plug receiving inlet, was there any patent reference to anything being UL listed. The cable was UL listed, however.

    What UL tells me
    A UL mark tells me the manufacturer is trying to tell the world they seek high standards and stand behind what they sell. The lack of such on the J-Plug and inlet is a negative for me.

    A certification isn't a requirement to sell an electronic device in the US. But do I really want to trust a device that’s conducting high voltage and high amperage and where the manufacturer did not want a third-party to certify? Typically, certifications are boldly noted. Not here.

    Was there any RoHS certification surrounding this extension cord.
    None that I saw.

    RoHS stands for?
    Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS), which are European Union rules restricting the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment to protect the environment and public health. I wish this was certified as such. This lack of RoHS certification weakens this a bit.

    The 21’ charger extension cord has a medium thickness cable, there is reference to its AWG wiring gauge, 9 – 8 – 18 (I am still trying to figure out the reason for the three (3) reference, possibly the black, red, and green wiring? The wiring is not as thick, as compared to others. Thin wiring gets hotter faster and loses electricity through that heat. So, for instance, (100’) of 12-gauge wiring loses 77 watts of energy, just through heat loss. Here, the wiring is not referenced in standard wiring gauge. So, thicker, not thinner, is better. This being on the thin side was a tad bit of a negative surprise. However, the UL listing made me comfortable.

    AWG means?
    American Wire Gauge. The smaller the number, the bigger the wire is, so 8 AWG is thicker than 15 AWG.

    Was there any STW reference on the cord?

    STW means?
    On an extension cord, S is for service; T is the coating (thermoplastic/vinyl); W is weather approved. Here, I could see NO reference to STW, on EVDance’s charger extension cord. That’s a bit of a negative surprise.

    My experience
    This “is” a worthy candidate for me to use on any continuing basis. However, my requirements may not be the reader’s.

    This is a charger extension cable that is listed as being rated (unknown by whom) at 40A. What that tells me is that this can be dialed-in to “draw” as much as 40A, so, I can plug my charger into a 50A circuit but make sure I only draw (80%), by code, which is up to 40A and not a fraction more. Looking at the wiring, it’s UL listed, consult an electrician to confirm. I only use this for 24A draws – on a 30A circuit.

    Country of origin?
    Made in China

    These are expensive, but I find value in this.

    I really like this.

    Oh, yes, always shut power off at the circuit when plugging this in or taking the plug out, for optimal safety.

    EVDance’s charger extension cord has a security feature to lock this onto my vehicle, on the...

    Works great!

    Charging cords aren’t very long. And buying one with the length you need is very expensive. If you park outside or just really far from an outlet you could be in trouble. This does cost about as much as a level 1 charger itself, but it’s just an extension. From the cable size it looks like it can do level 2 in home chargers as well. It’s actually better quality than the charger that came with my car. The carrying case is nice. Great to take with you in case a charger at your location is too far away or if you get ICE’d out at a station. Don’t try to use this on a big public level 4 or any tesla superchargers. If you got it to work you’d likely melt it. Also great if a friend comes by and needs a little juice, you won’t have to shuffle your cars around.

    Works as expected

    Well packaged. Works well. I like the protective connector caps.

    G. C. Sawyer
    Good for an extra EV outside the garage

    My daughter got our family's third EV and this solves the problem with moving cars in and out of the garage.

    Chris H
    J1772 Extension

    This cable seems well made and does the job it's supposed to, which is to allow you to charge your car further away from the charger. I have a Tesla so I have to use this with an adapter at the end, same as I would with a regular J1772 EVSE, not a big deal. Unfortunately, it doesn't let you extend a Tesla destination charger by using two adapters, ie Tesla->J1772 adapter, J1772 extension, J1772->Tesla adapter. The car knows it's connected to a Tesla charger and gives a proximity error, so if you wanted to do that setup it probably isn't going to work for you and you're better off buying a Tesla extension. It should still work with a Tesla->J1772 adapter to supply a non-Tesla, but I haven't been able to test that setup due to a lack of non-Tesla EV.