- Product Information
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- Premium Cable - Rubber Cable from Germany/EU
- Orange colored cable- easily visible in the dark
- Rubber handle - provides better grip while in use
- Very soft and easy-to-use charging cable, even in sub-zero temperatures due to the cables unique rubber mixture
Mode 3 type 2 (Mennekes) to type 2 charging cable for charging electric cars and plug-in hybrids (PHEV) with up to 16A/3-phase (11kW). OFLEX charging cables use quality materials and are manufactured in Germany/EU. They are supplied with a black cable and black/white plugs. The cable is UV, oil and flame resistant- providing a safe user experience.
OFLEX's charging cable fits electric cars and plug-in hybrids (PHEV) with a type 2 connector (e.g. Renault ZOE, Mercedes B-klasse electric Drive and Tesla Model S/X/3) and fits charging stations with type 2 outlet/ connector. The cable is secured both against theft and supports both auto lock features. The charging cable will lock itself to the charging station during charging and cannot be detached by unauthorized persons. The cable has a unique rubber compound that has been tested in various climates and remains soft and easy to handle even in sub-zero temperatures. At the same time it is robust and can withstand being run over by a vehicle.
NB! OFLEX is a made-to-order product with approx. 14 day delivery time.
Suitable for, among other things, electric cars and plug-in hybrids such as:
• Audi e-Tron 55
• Tesla Model S
• Tesla Model X
• Tesla Model 3
• Mercedes EQC
• Mercedes B-klasse Electric Drive
• Smart ForTwo Electric (med 22kW lader)
• Renault ZOE
• Volvo C30 Electric II
Use ladeguiden (our charging guide) if you are unsure if this product suits your plug-in hybrid or electric car.
|Cable Length||5 - 25 meters|
|Number of Phases||1 / 3|
||16A (up to 11kW)|
||Ø 11,4 mm|
|Mechanically Tested||>10 000 charging cycles|
||Type 2 (male)|
||Type 2 (female)|
||-35°C - 50°C|
||IP44 (when connected to the car)|
||Depends upon the length of the cable
|Certifications||CE, UL, IEC 62196-1 and IEC 62196-2|
Questions and Answers
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.
Hvilken strømstyrke på ladekabelen bør jeg velge? 32A eller 16A?
Generelt sett vil vi anbefale en 32A ladekabel, ettersom dette er mer fremtidsrettet dersom du bytter elbil eller plug-in hybrid ved en senere anledning.
What is the difference between 1- and 3-phase?
A 3-phase cable supports both 1-phase and 3-phase, but a 1-phase cable is limited to only 1-phase.
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.
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