Description

Electric Vehicle Charging

Type 2 Male Vehicle Inlet | 3Phase | 16A/32A

Ensure your charge cable is protected against water and damp to ensure the long life of your cable.Ensure that your charging cable is not twisted or excessively tightly bent during cable storage.

Always store the cable in a dry, clean place. Plug to plug cables should be removed from the charge unit when not in use. This will also protect the charge unit from damp and dust.

Dust caps should always be replaced when cable is not in use.

It is advisable to periodically clean the plug pins with a dry, clean cloth. This will remove any damp or dust particles which will cause damage.

DO NOT drive over your cable or plugs or continually drop the plugs.

We recommend your charge your vehicle in the following sequence:

  • Charge Station.
  • First Plug the Male Charger Plug into the Charge Station then Female Plug into your Vehicle.
  • When finished Charging disconnect the Vehicle Plug first, then the Charger Station Plug.
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Type 2 Male Vehicle Inlet | 3Phase | 16A/32A

From: £70.80 (inc. VAT)
(From: £59.00 ex. VAT)

SKU: DSIEC2F-EV

  • Rated current: 32A
  • Working voltage: 250/415V AC
  • Insulation resistance: > 1000M Ω (DC500V)
  • Terminal temperature rise: <50K
  • Withstand voltage: 2000V
  • Contact impedance: 0.5m Ω Max
  • Vibration resistance: Meet JDQ 53.3 requirements
  • Working temperature: -30°C ~+ 50°C
  • Dust Cap with Lanyard
  • Gaiter Protection
  • CE, TUV approved
  • Materials
  • Thermo Plastic (Insulator inflammability UL94 V0)
  • Contact Pins Copper Alloy, Silver Plating
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Description

Electric Vehicle Charging

Type 2 Male Vehicle Inlet | 3Phase | 16A/32A

Ensure your charge cable is protected against water and damp to ensure the long life of your cable.Ensure that your charging cable is not twisted or excessively tightly bent during cable storage.

Always store the cable in a dry, clean place. Plug to plug cables should be removed from the charge unit when not in use. This will also protect the charge unit from damp and dust.

Dust caps should always be replaced when cable is not in use.

It is advisable to periodically clean the plug pins with a dry, clean cloth. This will remove any damp or dust particles which will cause damage.

DO NOT drive over your cable or plugs or continually drop the plugs.

We recommend your charge your vehicle in the following sequence:

  • Charge Station.
  • First Plug the Male Charger Plug into the Charge Station then Female Plug into your Vehicle.
  • When finished Charging disconnect the Vehicle Plug first, then the Charger Station Plug.
  • Free Shipping
  • Next Working Day
  • Next Working Day by 12pm
  • Saturday