Portable ev charger

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With a mobile charger (also called a home charger), you can charge your hybrid or electric car via a normal wall socket at home. Sockets at home usually have 230 volts, this is 2.3kW or 10A. A mobile charger is equipped in such a way that it can be connected to the power grid.

What are mobile chargers best suited for?

A mobile charger is most suitable for hybrid cars with a small battery capacity. A mobile home charger is also suitable as a backup solution for a fully electric car. It is always useful to have a mobile charger in the car if your battery is almost empty and you are not at home. Charging at home via the socket is of course less fast, but it is certainly sufficient for hybrid or electric cars with a smaller battery. This is certainly the case if you just leave the car on the mobile charger overnight.

A mobile charger can usually charge 2.3 or 3.7 kW (10A or 16A). Make sure that you take into account the rest of the power consumption on the same group. 16A is more power than is normally consumed by a device in your household, this can have nasty consequences. You can't connect the mobile home charger to every extension cord either, we also have special extension cords for that.

We sell mobile chargers from different brands, these are: Besen, ChargeXpert and Duosida. There is also a difference in the type of plug that is attached to the mobile home charger

What is the difference between a type 1 Yazaki plug and a type 2 Mennekes plug?

There are two types of plugs: a type 1 plug and a type 2 plug. Nowadays almost all car brands use the type 2 Mennekes plug. Older Asian car models in particular use type 1 plug connections. If you do not know which plug your car needs, you can recognize it by the number of pins. A type 1 plug has 5 pins and a type 2 plug has 7 pins.

Type 1 Yazaki plug

Here you can find all mobile home chargers with a type 1 Yazaki plug

Type 2 Mennnekes plug

Here you can find all mobile home chargers with a type 2 Mennekes plug