Rui-series AC EV Charger is a device used to charge electric vehicles (EVs) by converting the AC power from the electrical grid into the DC power required by the vehicle’s battery. Here are some key details about AC EV chargers:
The charging speed of an AC EV charger depends on the power rating and the EV’s onboard charger’s capacity. Charging times can vary significantly, typically ranging from a few hours for smaller battery EVs to several hours for larger battery EVs.
Rui-series AC EV Chargers can provide charging in either single-phase or three-phase modes. Single-phase charging is commonly used for home charging or low-power public charging, while three-phase charging is typically found in high-power public charging stations or commercial installations.
AC EV chargers use standard charging protocols such as Mode 2 or Mode 3. Mode 2 refers to EV charging with a portable charger plugged into a standard household socket, while Mode 3 involves using a charging station with dedicated electrical supply and communication features.
AC EV chargers incorporate safety features such as overcurrent protection, ground fault protection, and temperature monitoring to ensure safe and reliable charging.