EV portable charging cable Type 2 to CEE plug, IEC 62196, 32 A with controlbox 5 meters length. A portable and easy charging solution for when you are traveling or you are away from a traditional charging station. This cable allows you to charge your EV/PHEV that has Type 2 port through a CEE plug. Equipped with over-voltage, overheat and over-current protection. There is the option to adjust the amperes: 6A, 8A, 10A, 13A, 24A, 32A.
- OLED display and real data of the charging status
- Timer to pre-set the charging time by pressing the button “TIME”
- Current adjustment from 6A to 32A by pressing the button “AMPS”
- Charging power range from 3.5 kW to 22kW
- Universal EV charger for portable use or mounted on the wall
- Eco-friendly Lead-free raw material
How to use EV portable charging cable Type 2 to CEE plug:
We recommend to use the following steps:
1. Plug in EV portable charging cable CEE plug to the socket
2. Plug in the Type 2 end of the cable to the car’s charging socket
3. After the cable has clicked in place you are ready for the charge
When you finish with the charge, disconnect the vehicle side first and then unplug the socket. Always remove the charging cable from the socket when not in use.
How to store:
This product is the lifeline of your electric vehicle and is important to keep it protected. Store the cable in a dry place preferably a storage bag. Moisture in the contacts will result in the cable not working. If this happens, place the cable in a warm and dry place for 24 hours. Avoid to leave the cable outside where the sun, wind, dust and rain can get to it. Dust and dirt will result in the cable not charging. For longevity, ensure that your cable is not twisted or excessively bent during the storage.
The product is very easy to use and store. The cable is designed for both outdoor and indoor charging and it has IP65 (Ingress Protection). This means that it has protection from dust and splash of water from any direction.
When the IC-CPD work incorrectly, the corresponding parameters in the interface of the OLED will blink.
Voltage Phase deviation exceeds 20°.
Solution – Reconnect the terminals. Or check the power supply.
The temperature of the device is beyond 70°C but is less than the upper temperature limit 80°C.
Solution – Check ambient temperature.
- Input voltage of the device beyond the upper voltage limit 265Va.c. for single-phase systems or 450Va.c. for three-phase systems.
- Input voltage of the device is less than the lower voltage limit 85Va.c. for single-phase systems or 150Va.c. for three-phase systems.
Solution – If the voltage is too low or too high, please contact the electrician.
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