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  • #29955

    Domes32
    Participant

    Hi,
    it is good. I have Renault Zoe and I buy charging cable from ww.r-evc.com.
    I’m satisfied now, because I charging from “schuko” socket. And I can selected the Ampers from 6A to 16A, now I charged my Zoe everywhere 🙂

    #29956

    Trevor Larkum
    Keymaster

    Nigel – sorry for the delay in seeing your question. It is Type 2 Mennekes both ends. Your best bet for questions is to ask them in the Owners Forums (see link at top of page).

    #29957

    IEmobility Sonnenuhrendorf

    Die intelligente Ladeelektronik für 100% Elektrofahrzeuge z.B. “Konduktive Ladung von elektrischen Straßenfahrzeugen nach IEC62196 und IEC61851” ist unter 200 EUR (ex work) verfügbar und integrierbar.
    If you need the intelligent electrical part with further features (very small) for “conductive charging of BEV ICE62196 and IEC61851” please do not hesitate to contact on Facebook via PN IEmobility Sonnenuhrendorf. Charge i.E ZOE with 3.7 – 22 kW. Other solutions and integration services on request.

    #29958

    MagSense -R

    http://www.mobilisis.eu/en/applications/car-detection/park-ride-autarke-zaehlung-durch-solarenergie/ Adapt integration of chargingsolutions. Option with telematics in Realtime – crashsensor etc. (c)

    #29959

    Sira Cheung

    Hi,
    WE are EV portable charger supplier . The charger has both type 1 and type 2, current could be adjusted from 8A to 32A. . Anybody needs could contact :
    Sira: sales05(at)cnkhons.com
    whatsapp:+8613215734637

    #29960

    George

    Are you sure you didn’t forget to change the voltage for that 63 Ah table? In order to charge the 22 kwh battery in half an hour you would need 400v? For 230V @63Ah (if there is such a supply you would need 1.5 hours? 230V@63Ah=14.5KwH on single phase and 1 hour on a three phase line 230V@63Ah=25.1 Kw/H

    #29961

    Robert campbell

    Can anyone here tell me if the Zoe charger can be used on a Nissan Leaf home charge unit fitted on my outside wall

    #30035

    Trevor Larkum
    Keymaster

    Are you sure you didn’t forget to change the voltage for that 63 Ah table? In order to charge the 22 kwh battery in half an hour you would need 400v

    George – well spotted, fixed!

    Can anyone here tell me if the Zoe charger can be used on a Nissan Leaf home charge unit fitted on my outside wall

    Robert, if you’re asking if the ZOE and Leaf use the same connector and the car end then no, the ZOE uses Type 2 and Leaf uses Type 1. Of course, if the unit is not tethered then you could use the car’s own cable as they are both Type 2 at the charge point end.

    #44115

    marybev
    Participant

    I have just bought a 2015 zoe and it’s absolutely lovely.
    I have applied for wall box via BP charge master (Renault dealer suggested this).

    In meantime I am trying to register with source London as their points seem to be located in places I might need to be.

    I have 2 questions please:
    1. Compatible sockets – am I right in answering ‘7 pins – type 2 (mennekes)?
    2. Compatible power ratings – standard, fast, rapid? I don’t know what these categories mean…

    I haven’t bought the special cable from Renault that allows charging from domestic socket as it was about £600.

    Sorry if the 2 questions are too basic for this forum but I would be very happy if someone could point me to the answers.

    Thank you!

    #44118

    Trevor Larkum
    Keymaster

    Marybev – fair questions! You’re right it’s Type 2 (Mennekes). There’s more info on charging here that may be useful (it’s the Charging page on the menu at the top):

    Charging

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