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Electric car chargers

From mains-operated chargers to high-power car chargers, you'll find all kinds of electric car chargers in our range. If you also need a charger and cable, choose our charger kits and get the product you need at a discount. Whether your car has a Type-1 or Type-2 plug, we're sure to have the right charger for you. You'll find the right product for you; If you're not sure which charger is right for you, contact our customer service team and we'll be happy to help. :)
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WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHARGERS FOR ELECTRIC CARS?
Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular among domestic motorists, which is not surprising as they are cheaper to maintain, and the European Union is banning petrol and diesel cars from 2035, so there is no alternative to four-wheelers for the time being. It is therefore not surprising that many people are looking for electric car chargers for both their homes and businesses.

With so many brands, types and variants available in this category, it can be a major headache when it comes to choosing an e-charger, especially if you don't have the knowledge.

There are two main types of electric car chargers: type 1 and type 2. Which one you need depends on the type of vehicle you have. The former are typically used by North American and Japanese car manufacturers. This type consists of a 5-pin connector that usually allows charging up to 7.4 kW.

The latter are used by European car manufacturers. The type-2 is a 7-pin connector which can allow faster charging up to 22 kW. If your car has a Type 1 charging socket but the charging point is a Type 2, you will need an adapter to connect your car to the charging point. However, not all Type 1 cars are compatible with Type 2 chargers, and vice versa. It is therefore important to check the compatibility of your car and the charging point before you buy a wall charger.

For electric car chargers, power and amperage are the two most important technical parameters that affect the charging time and its efficiency.

Power is used to measure the maximum output of the charger and is usually expressed in kilowatts (kW). The higher the power of the charger, the faster it can charge the electric car battery. Amperage is the strength of the current coming out of the charger and is expressed in amperes (A). It also affects the charging time and the thickness of the cable. The higher the amperage, the shorter the time it takes to charge the battery, but this usually means using a thicker and more expensive cable.

Electric cars are usually charged at between 3.7 kW and 22 kW. However, higher-power DC fast chargers can deliver up to 50 kW or more, although these are rarely available for home use.

It should also be borne in mind that the charging speed of an electric car depends not only on the charger's power and current, but also on the battery's condition, capacity, ambient temperature and other factors.

Some wall chargers also have extra features such as Rfid, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi modules.

Choose a reliable electric car charger now, or if you're clueless, ask our expert colleagues for help!