Features1. Meet SAE J1772-2010 standard
22. Nice appearance,left flip protection,support front installation
3. Reliability of materials, antiflaming,pressure -resistant,abrasion resistance
4. Excellent protection performance,protection grade IP44(working condition)
Mechanical properties1. Mechanical life : no-load plug in/pull out>10000 times
2. Coupled insertion force:>45N<80N
Electrical Performance1. Rated current:80A
2. Operation voltage: 240V
3. Insulation resistance:>1000MΩ(DC500V)
4. Terminal temperature rise:<50K
5. Withstand Voltage:2000V
6. Contact Resistance: 0.5mΩ Max
Applied Materials1. Case Material: Thermoplastic,flame retardant grade UL94 V-0
2. Pin:Copper alloy,silver plating
Environmental performance1. Operating temperature: -30°C~+50°C
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80Amp J1772 Inlets Socket2x5AWG+1x6AWG+2x18AWG240VVCSU2A080D0

You may have noticed a few plug-in vehicles on the road lately. Whether you have seen the Chevy Volt, Nissan LEAF, Tesla Model S, or a newer Prius that can plug in, all these newer plug-in EVs use the SAE J1772 standard to connect and charge. What does this mean? The formal title of the SAE J1772 standard is “SAE Surface Vehicle Recommended Practice J1772, SAE Electric Vehicle Conductive Charge Coupler.” In short, the standard constitutes a definition of how a charging station (EVSE, or Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) connects with, communicates with, and charges the vehicle. In this standard, the EVSE manages the link from the grid or household power to the vehicle. Think of it as a smart outlet that communicates with the vehicle to “handshake” and ensure safe charging. While J1772 is not required by any federal agency to sell an EV in the US, it has now been adopted by all the manufacturers of passenger vehicles worldwide.80A-J1772-Inlets2

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There are currently 9.5 million electric vehicle charging facilities in the world, of which 2.5 million are public charging facilities. By 2025, the global electric vehicle charging facilities

will increase to about 50 million, including about 10 million public charging facilities.

They are all manufactured according to the strictest international standards. Our products have received favor from both domestic and foreign markets.
They are now widely exporting to 200 countries.

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