- Product Information
- Technical Descriptions
- Questions and Answers
- One of the lightest cables on the market thanks to high-quality materials
- Double lock system- supports auto lock and a secondary (padlock) charging system for theft protection
- Enables mode 3 charging- Used against the charging station with a type 2 connector
- Very soft and easy-to-use charging cable, even in sub-zero temperatures due to its unique rubber mixture
Mode 3 type 2 (Mennekes) to type 1 (SAE J1772) for charging of electrical vehicles and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) with up to 20A (4,6kW / 1-phase). EBG's charging cable suits electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids that have a type 1 contact (e.g. Nissan LEAF, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and Citroën C-Zero) and suits all charging stations with type 2 outlet/connector.
The EBG charging cable is developed and designed in Germany and is class-leading UL and CE certified equipment that is recognized, reliable and proven. The charging cables are built in accordance with all import regional standards - IEC for Europe, J1772 for America and GB for China.
Light and Handy Plug
The plug is light and makes it comfortable to handle when in use. Mechanically durable and the accompanying hood protects against dirt and dust while in storage.
Double Locking Mechanism
The type 1 plug has a double locking system that supports both auto locking, and a secondary locking system using a padlock (not included). The charging cable will also lock to the charging station during charging and cannot be disconnected by unauthorized persons.
Ergonomically patterned handle provides a better grip while in use so that it is easier to connect and disconnect the charging plug. Drainage holes in the bottom of the plug reduce the risk of the plug freezing sold while in colder climates. Quality control of the plugs ensure low contact resistance and makes connecting and disconnecting effortless.
Soft, flexible and solid cable strain relief in rubber prevents breaks in the cable- extending the life of the cable.
The charging cable has been tested in various climates and stays soft and is easy to wind up in subzero temperatures.
*Not all cars with type 1 have an automatic locking mechanism, but the plug can also be locked via a padlock.
Suitable for, among other things, electric cars and plug-in hybrids such as:
- Citroen Berlingo EV
- Citroen C-Zero
- Ford Focus Electric
- Kia Soul EV / Electric
- Nissan LEAF (1. and 2.gen)
- Nissan e-NV200
- Mitsubishi I-Miev
- Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
- Opel Ampera
- Peugoet iOn
- Peugeot Partner Electric
- Renault Fluence
- Renault Kangoo ZE
- Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid
Use ladeguiden (our charging guide) if you are unsure if this product suits your plug-in hybrid or electric car.
||5 or 10 meter|
|Number of Phases
||32A (up to 7,4kW)|
|Mechanically Tested||>10 000 charging cycles|
||Type 2 (IEC 62196)|
||Type 1 (SAE J1772)|
||-25°C - 40°C|
||IP44 (when connected to the car)|
||2,8 kg (5m) and 4,3 kg (10m)|
||CE, UL, ETL, IEC 62196-1 and IEC62196-2|
Questions and Answers
Is there a difference between the brands of mode 3 charging cables?
Yes, there are significant differences and you can find a comparison here (her).
Do I need a type 2 to type 2 cable?
The need depends on your usage pattern and whether you live around places that have installed charging points with a type 2 outlet. There are beginning to be more of these in Oslo because it provides increased security. At the same time, there is a lot of wear and tear, increased maintenance and more use of the schuko contact. Thus it is only a matter of time before the majority of charging points in the capital consist of type 2 connectors. If you have both this cable and mode 2 charging cable (e.g. the supplied charging cable) in the car, you can charge your car in most places.
How do I use the type 2 to type 2 charging cable?
The video for the Oslo City Environment Agency shows how to use these new charging stations.
Which amperage of the charging cable should I choose? 32A or 16A?
Generally speaking, we would recommend a 32A charging cable as this is more forward-looking if you choose to change your electric car or plug-in hybrid at a later time.
Will a 32A charging cable work with 16A charging stations and cars with a maximum 16A charger in the car?
Yes, it is backwards compatible and a 32A charging cable will work with 16A charging stations. Cars with maximum 16A on-board charger will also work with a 32A charging cable, but will only charge with maximum 16A.
|EBG Ladekabel Type 2 til type 1 - datablad|
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