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EV chargers, also known as electric vehicle chargers, are infrastructure devices specifically designed for charging electric vehicles (EVs). These chargers provide electrical energy to recharge the battery packs of electric vehicles.

There are various types of EV chargers available, each offering different charging speeds and compatibility with different EV models.

  • Standard:

    SAE Standard / IEC Standard
  • Rated Frequency:

  • Connector type:

    Type 1 / Type 2
  • Connector Mechanical Operating Life:

    ≥10000 times
  • External Communication:

    LAN (RJ-45) and Wi-Fi
  • Cooling Method:

    Natural Cooling

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Here are some common types of EV chargers:

Level 1 Chargers: These chargers use a standard household electrical outlet (120 volts AC) and are typically provided with the electric vehicle. They offer the slowest charging rate, usually adding about 2-5 miles of range per hour of charging. Level 1 chargers are suitable for overnight charging or when the vehicle is parked for an extended period.

Level 2 Chargers: Level 2 chargers provide a higher voltage (240 volts AC) and a faster charging rate compared to Level 1 chargers. They can add about 10-30 miles of range per hour of charging, depending on the charging station's power output and the vehicle's onboard charger capacity. Level 2 chargers are commonly installed in residential homes, workplaces, and public locations like parking lots and shopping centers.

DC Fast Chargers (Level 3 Chargers): DC Fast Chargers, also known as Level 3 chargers or quick chargers, deliver high-voltage Direct Current (DC) power directly to the vehicle's battery, bypassing the onboard charger. These chargers can charge an electric vehicle significantly faster, adding about 60-80 miles of range in just 20 minutes of charging. DC Fast Chargers are commonly found along major highways, rest stops, and some public charging networks.


It's important to note that EV chargers may have different plug types and charging standards, such as CCS (Combined Charging System), CHAdeMO, Tesla Supercharger (proprietary), or Type 2 (European standard). However, many charging stations now incorporate multiple plug types to accommodate different EV models.

As the popularity of electric vehicles grows, governments, businesses, and individuals are investing in expanding the EV charging infrastructure to support the increasing number of electric vehicles on the roads.

AC EV Charger advantage have:


Cost-effective: AC chargers are generally more affordable compared to DC fast chargers. They use the existing alternating current (AC) power grid infrastructure, which is already widely available, reducing the need for additional costly installations.


Compatibility: AC chargers are compatible with all electric vehicles (EVs) on the market since all EVs have onboard AC-to-DC converters. This means that any EV can be charged using an AC charger, regardless of its battery capacity or charging capabilities.


Flexibility: AC chargers come in various power ratings, typically ranging from 3.7 kW to 22 kW. This flexibility allows EV owners to choose charging speeds based on their needs. For instance, slower charging can be sufficient for overnight charging at home, while higher charging speeds may be required for commercial charging stations or public areas with higher demand.


Safety: AC chargers are generally considered safer than DC fast chargers because they operate at lower voltages. Additionally, AC chargers don't require high-voltage connections to the vehicle, reducing the risk of electrical hazards and potential damage to the vehicle's battery.


Availability: AC charging stations are more widely available compared to DC fast chargers. They can be found in various locations such as homes, workplaces, parking lots, and public charging stations, making it easier for EV owners to find a charging option when needed.


Energy efficiency: AC chargers have higher charging efficiency compared to DC fast chargers. The conversion from AC to DC happens within the vehicle's onboard charger, which allows for better control and optimization of the charging process.

How to use a DC charge station?


Check compatibility: Ensure that your electric vehicle is compatible with the DC charger and the specific charging standard it supports (e.g., CHAdeMO, CCS, Tesla Supercharger).

Check the station: Assess the charging station for any visible damage or signs of malfunction. 

Connect cables: Lift the charging connector, which is often attached to a cable, and insert it into the vehicle's charging port. 

Follow instructions: Look for any instructions or prompts displayed on the charging station's screen, if available. 

Start charging: Once the connection is established and any required authentication is completed, the charging session should automatically start. 

Wait for completion: The charging process may take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on the battery capacity, charging speed, and required charge level. Use this time to take a break, run errands, or relax nearby.

End the session: Once the desired charge level is reached, or you no longer need to charge, follow the instructions on the charging station to stop the charging session properly. 

Disconnect and secure the cable: Once the charging session is stopped, unplug the charging connector from the vehicle's charging port. 

How to monitor the EV charge station?


Centralized Monitor System: EV chargers can be connected to a centralized monitoring system that allows operators or administrators to remotely monitor the charging status, energy consumption, and any faults or abnormalities of the chargers. 

Mobile Applications: Many EV charger manufacturers provide mobile applications that allow users to monitor and control the charging process. 

Website: Some EV charging networks offer web portals where users can log in to monitor their charging sessions, view charging history, and access other relevant information.

RFID or NFC Card: EV chargers can be equipped with RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) or NFC (Near Field Communication) card readers.

Display Screens: Many EV chargers have built-in display screens that show real-time charging information, such as charging power, charging time

It's worth noting that AC chargers are generally slower compared to DC fast chargers, which can be a disadvantage when fast recharging is needed. However, for everyday charging needs and regular use, AC chargers offer a convenient and cost-effective solution.




     Q1: Do you support OEM/ODM?

     A:Definitely, OEM&ODM service is supported with a certain quantity,including customize logo,package and label;


     Q2What's the production time?

     A:  The production time is normally 15 working days. but we will always prepare some stocks for popular models.


     Q3: Can you provide DDP service?

     A:Yes, if you are a personal customer and don't want to deal with the customs, we can provide DDP service to your address.


     Q4: What about the warranty and how to claim?

     A:  Warranty period are 5 years since you receive the product, our professional after-sales team will deal with all warranty issues.

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