EV car charging cable
Public TYPE 2 charge Type_11/22KW
Car has Type 2 connection

Suitaple: Any EV car with TYPE 2  socket
Charging current: max. 32 A
Voltage: 230/400 V
Output rating: max. 22 kW
Charging mode: Mode 3,  32 A 1,2 or 3 -phase
Enclosure type: IP65
Usage temperatur: -35 - +60 C
Warranty 12 month
Length: 5  m, 
Caple material: TPU ( Thermoplastic Polyurethane)

CE and TUV certified

190,00 €

Charging cable for charging of electrical vehicles (EV) according to ISO 17409 at electrical vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) according to IEC 61851-1 Mode 3

Caple Materail is Thermoplastic Polyurethane


The charging cable is equipped with a charging plug and a charging connector according to IEC 62196-2. The pin geometry is the same for 20A and 32A, single phase and three phases. The charging cable can have different cross sections due to different charging capacities. The charging plug and the charging connector has a built-in resistor encoding the maximum charging current which is read and evaluated from the vehicle an the Infrastructure. The charging cable is suitable for charging electric vehicles in Mode 3 according to IEC61851-1.


Safety note:

These charging cables are to be used exlusive for chargin of electrical vehichles (EV) according to ISO 17409 at electrical vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) according to IEC 61851-1 Mode 3. Other uses are not permitted.

The operation of this charging cable is forbidden without interlocking function and communication in accordance with IEC 61851-1 and the isolation properties of a swithcing device in accordance to ISO 17409 


Warning! Electric current!

Take special care of:


Contact to construction units, which are electrical energized, can lead to heavy injuries. Switch off the power before beginning work.

Make a visual check of the charging cable before sart up.

Do not use the charging cable if damage is visible.

A damaged cable shall be replaced immediately. Your life is in danger.


Avoid creating a tripping hazard with the charging cable.


Do not pull on the charging cable to move the car or to unplug it.

Make sure the charging cable is not bent, pinched or run over.

Make sure the plugs do not get in contact with a source of heat or with water.