CCS cOMBO DC Charger

CCS cOMBO DC Charger

How long does it take to charge an EV? This also depends on the car and the charger. If your car has enough capacity, maybe you need one CCS Combo DC Charger.

As you’d expect, larger batteries take longer to charge but on a 50kW rapid charger most current models will charge to 80 per cent in between 60 and 90 minutes.

A full charge will take somewhere between 7 and 12 hours on a 7kW charger, depending on battery size. For example, a 40kWh Leaf takes around seven and a half hours while the 62kWh model takes 11 and a half. The Zoe will take around eight hours, while the Kona will take nine and a half.

At the very bottom of the charger heap are 3kW slow chargers which, predictably, take about twice as long as a 7kW unit.

Here I would like to recomend one fast charger, CCS Combo DC Charger. This charger is becoming more and more popular these years, Which can fastly improve the charging speed. Next, Please kindly check the spec of ths CCS combo DC Charger as below:

CCS Combo DC Charger

CCS Combo DC Charger

Product NameCCS Combo DC Charger
StandardIEC 62196 / SAE J1772
OutPut/Input110-1000v
 

Current

80A 125A 150A 200A Options
IP ClassIP55
Operating Temperature-25℃~50℃

Features:

  1. Charging plug meet 62196-3 IEC 2011 SHEET 3-lm standard
  2. Housing massive struture promote protection performace
  3. Mechanical life: no-load plug in/pull out >10000times