Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End

Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End
Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End Type2 (IEC 62196-2) Female Plug - EV End
Product Code: EVP001-F
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Price:$62.00

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IEC 62196-2 Female Plug (EV End) for Electric Vehicle Charging

Work for : Tesla Model SSmart, Renault Zoe, BMW i3 i8, Audi e-Tron, VW e-UP, VW e-Golf, etc...

● Cord lenght: Free End, 3m(9.8ft), 5m(16.4ft), 7m(22.9ft)

● Meet IEC 62196-2 2010 SHEET 2-llb (Mennekes, Type 2) EU European standard

● Nice shape and easy to use, protection class IP54(in mated conditions)


Parameters

● Model: BS-EVP001-F

● Reted current: 16A/32A/63A

● Working voltage: 250V AC

● Insulation resistance: > 1000M Ω

● Terminal temperature rise: <50K

● Withstand voltage: 2000V

● Contact impedance: 0.5m Ω Max

● Vibration resistance: Meet JDQ 53.3 requirements

● Working temperature: -30°C ~+ 50°C

● CE, TUV approved


Materials

● Shell Material: Thermo Plastic ( Insulator inflammability UL94 VO)

● Contact Pin: Copper alloy, silver or nickel plating

● Sealing gasket: rubber or silicon rubber


 (If you need plug be connected with cable or have other questions about this products, please contact us : evistore@163.com ) 

Charging Cable Spec    

  16A: 3*2.5mm2+2*0.5mm

    32A: 3*6.0mm2+2*0.5mm

    63A:  3*10mm2+2*0.5mm

●  Certificates: TUV or UL

●  Cord lenght: 3m(9.8ft), 5m(16.4ft), 7m(22.9ft)

●  Orange or Black

Insert arrangements and functional definition

MarkFunctional Defination
1-(L1)AC power
2-(L2)(AC power)
3-(L3)(AC power)
4-(N)Netural
5-(PE)PE
6-(CP)Control confirmation
7-(PP)Connection confirmation



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