Charging cables for electric vehicle componentsvalid until: 30 Nov 2023date published: 30 Nov 2022
Power supply equipment for new energy electric vehicles refers to externally connected charging equipment for charging plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and pure electric vehicles, including AC voltage with charging connector equipment and DC charging equipment with electric vehicles. Electricity is transmitted to the automotive vehicle through a charging cable that meets the specifications for full energy.
For Type 1 and Type 2 types of charging connectors, what are the specification standards that need to be met for the selected charging cables? Of course, there are many different standards for charging cables, and there are currently four international standards for DC high-speed charging, namely CCS Type 1 (CCS1) for the U.S., CCS Type 2 (CCS2) for the European, CHAdeMO for the Japanese, and GB/T for the Chinese. They are not directly compatible with each other. Of course, there is a distinction between DC and AC charging cables.
Between CCS1 and CCS2, the general electrical specifications and communication assistance are the same, but the main difference is in the connectors. The CCS1 is bundled with the J1772 connector for US standard AC slow charging, while the CCS2 has a European standard IEC 62196-2 Type 2 connector for AC slow charging.
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