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Product information The portable type 2 to Schuko plug charger can be used for vehicles that have a type 2 port on the vehicle side. The built-in Mode 3 converter allows charging from domestic single phase outlets. We give a 2 year warranty on this charging cable. ...More information
  • For cars with a Type 2 connection
  • Up to max 1 phase - 13 ampere
  • With adjustable maximum load capacity
  • With normal plug on the wall side
  • Cable length of 5 meters
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This 1-phase charging cable from Khons has a type 2 plug on the car side and a normal household plug on the wall side. The control panel makes it possible to set the charging current to a maximum of 13A. Thanks to the Schuko plug it is possible to charge the car battery with 230V.

The mobile charging cable has built-in protections to prevent overcurrent. Moreover, the charging cable has a built-in restart function. This means that the charging cable automatically starts recharging if the charging process is interrupted for whatever reason.

Compatibility with electric cars

The 1-phase charging cable from Khons with type 2 connection on the car side is compatible with all cars with a type 2 connection on the car side and a loading capacity of 1 phase 13A.

Safety and certification

All charging cables are CE marked and are also subject to all necessary tests so that we can guarantee that our charging cables are safe for you and your vehicle. Moreover, our products are also tested individually before they leave the factory.

For which sockets are the portable chargers suitable?

The chargers have a Schuko plug with 230V and 13A with 1 phase. You can only use this product for compatible Schuko (household) single-phase sockets. Please note that the plug may not fit in the outlet in some countries. With portable chargers you can be independent of charging stations and are ideal for traveling if you do not have direct access to charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

What additional functions does the portable charger offer?

  • overcurrent protection function
  • Adjustable charging current (max 13A)
  • automatic restart function if the charging process is interrupted

For which vehicles are these charging cables?

Portable chargers from Schuko to type 2 are suitable for electric vehicles with charging ports according to IEC 62196 mode 3 type 2. These are electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids such as the BMW i3, Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-Cell, Porsche Panamera S E Hybrid, Smart Fortwo Electric Drive, Tesla Model S, Volkswagen E-Golf, or Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid.

Which loading speeds are available?

An overview of the adjustable load capacity:

  • 6A with 1 phase = 1.4 kW
  • 10A with 1 phase = 2.3 kW
  • 13A with 1 phase = max. 2.9kW

  • Bag included:No
  • IP rating:IP44
  • Plug type Car side:Type 2
  • Type of wall side socket: Shuko (European wall outlet type E+F)
  • Number of phases:1
  • Amperage:13A
  • Cable Diameter:13mm
  • Length (in meters):5m
  • Colour:Black
  • Plug Pin temperature sensors:No

John Waterford Posted on 5 August 2019 at 11:55

Works perfectly for me as I do not need a longer cable and it does exactly what it should. Charge my car

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