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The type 1 plug is a single-phase plug which allows for charging power levels of up to 7.4 kW (230 V, 32 A). The standard is mainly used in car models from the Asian region.
The Type 2 connector is equipped with a seven-pin connector allowing for the passage of a 70 A alternating single-phase current, and up to 63 A in three-phase current, with a maximum voltage of 500 V. It thereby delivers a maximum power of 43 kW.
CHAdeMO is the trade name of a fast charging method for battery electric vehicles delivering up to 62.5 kW by 500 V, 125 A direct current
Combo 1 accommodates charging at 200–920 volts DC and up to 350 kW.  The combination coupler will also use power-line communication technology to communicate between the vehicle, off-board charger, and smart grid.
This is a combination of slow AC and fast DC connector. A versatile socket enabling a faster charge on our Ultracharge units.
The GB/T AC standard uses a connector with a pin layout similar to the European Type 2 connector, but are not compatible. It allows mode 2 or mode 3 AC charging at up to 8 or 27.7 kW, with current of 10/16/32A and voltage of 250V, or current of 16/32/64A and voltage of 440V.
An EV Supercharger is simply a charger that can power up electric vehicles much quicker than a standard charger. Although the likes of Tesla have released their own at-home charging station, the Nema 14-50, it is not quite as fast as a supercharger. With a supercharger, you can swap the hours of waiting for 15 minutes.
Key Elements of EV Charging Networks