What are the charging cables are there for charging electric cars?

EV charging cables are used to connect electric vehicle charging devices and charging infrastructure to transmit power to electric vehicles and are equipped with a certain amount of signal lines, control lines, power auxiliary lines, etc., to ensure accurate control of the entire charging process and safe operation.

Charging cables are generally used in charging stations, parking lots, hotels, communities, garages, and other areas. Portable charging cables can be placed in the car.

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Mode 2

The car manufacturer supplies the Mode 2 charging cable for connection to an ordinary domestic socket. Communication between the vehicle and the charging port is provided via a box connected between the vehicle plug and the connector plug.

The more advanced version is a Mode 2 charging cable with a connector for CEE industrial sockets, such as NRGkick. This allows you to fully charge your electric car, depending on the CEE plug type, in a short time of up to 22 kW.

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Mode 3

The mode 3 charging cable is a connector cable between the charging station and the electric car. In Europe, the type 2 plug has been set as the standard. To allow electric cars to be charged using type 1 and type 2 plugs,

To charge your electric car, you require either a mode 3 charging cable from type 2 to type 2 (e.g. for the BMW i3) or a mode 3 charging cable from type 2 to type 1 (e.g. for the Nissan Leaf gen 1).

Mode 3 charging cable LAPPMobile charger Juice Booster2 set with 2 adaptors

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