Type 1 EV charging cables inlet is the American and Japanese standard (J1772). The standard is used in Asia. Most earlier electric cars in Europe used to use the Type 1 standard. However, now the majority of EVs use the Type 2 standard. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

Type 2 EV charging cables are more often used in Europe to charge electric vehicles (EVs). Type 2 inlet is the standard in Europe (IEC 62196) and sometimes also referred to as Mennekes, the company that is credited for originating the design. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

In Europe fewer electric vehicles (EVs) use the Type 1 electric car charging standard. To learn more about which EVs use this standard, simply follow this link to the e-zoomed Electric Living Blog to see a full list.

A number of electric vehicles (EVs) use the Type 2 electric car charging standard. To learn more about which EVs use this standard, simply follow this link to the e-zoomed Electric Living Blog to see a full list.

Most homes in the UK have a single phase electricity supply and therefore a single phase EV charging cable will be appropriate. If in doubt of the type of supply (1-phase or 3-phase) supplied to the residential dwelling, we strongly recommend seeking professional advise from a qualified source. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

At e-zoomed we offer 2m to 25m as standard lengths. In fact, e-zoomed offers one of the most comprehensive portfolio of electric car charging cable lengths, to meet the needs of residential and public charging, private and business customers. We offer these lengths in single phase and three phase EV charging cables. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

It depends, is the short answer. Factors to consider are many, but the key factor is the location of the electric car charging point (residential or public), and the distance between the EV and the charging station. In general, most EV owners opt for a 5m or 6m EV cable, given the versatility of the length and the practicality of carrying and storing. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

Yes, we at e-zoomed offer bespoke lengths to meet the needs of the customers. To receive a quotation, simply email us a shop@ezoomed.com. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

It depends on a number of factors to include: the electricity supply (single phase or three phase), the on-board charger of the electric vehicle (EV) and the specifications of the charging station. In general, most older electric cars will need 3.6kW, while the more recent electric vehicles will need 7.2kW or higher. If you need to know which is the most appropriate EV cable for your needs, we encourage you to send us an email at shop@ezoomed.com. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

The IP44 rating is the IEC standardised International (or Ingress) Protection Code system for measuring enclosures capabilities. The IP Code reflects the degree of protection as “IP” followed by two numbers; the first digit shows the extent to which enclosures are protected against particles, and protection to others from enclosed hazards. The second digit indicates the extent of protection against water. A product that has a rating of IP44 means that it is protected against solid objects that are bigger than 1mm and water splashing from all directions. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

The IP55 rating is the IEC standardised International (or Ingress) Protection Code system for measuring enclosures capabilities. The IP Code reflects the degree of protection as “IP” followed by two numbers; the first digit shows the extent to which enclosures are protected against particles, and protection to others from enclosed hazards. The second digit indicates the extent of protection against water. An IP55 rated product is protected against dust ingress that could be harmful for the normal operation of the product but is not fully dust tight. It is protected against solid objects and water jets projected by a nozzle (6.3mm) from any directions. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

It depends. If the EV charging cable you are using at home is longer than the average length, then it may make sense to have a shorter length EV cable in the boot of the EV for public charging or workplace charging. Shorter EV cables are lighter to carry, easier to store and therefore more practical. You can buy fantastic EV charging cables via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

Though it is not mandatory, we at e-zoomed strongly encourage the use of an EV cable case to better protect and maintain the EV charging cable over the long-term. An EV case also helps in neatly storing the EV cable in the boot or garage. You can buy fantastic EV charging cable cases via e-zoomed. Simply follow this link!

Sign up for e-zoomed news and offers

This site uses technical cookies to guarantee an optimal and fast navigation, and analysis cookies to elaborate statistics.
You can visit the Cookie Policy to get more insights or to block the use of all or some cookies, by selecting the Cookie Settings.
By choosing Accept, you give your permission to use the abovementioned cookies.

Privacy Settings saved!
Privacy Settings

When you visit any web site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. Control your personal Cookie Services here.

These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off in our systems.

In order to use this website we use the following technically required cookies
  • wordpress_test_cookie
  • wordpress_logged_in_
  • wordpress_sec

Decline all Services
Accept all Services
0