TE Connectivity Launches Redesigned EV Charging Cable Assembly for Type 1, 32A

DARMSTADT, Germany – TE Connectivity (TE) launches its redesigned electric vehicle (EV) Charging Cable Assembly for Type 1, 32A featuring a new and improved housing design with an ergonomically designed handle to fit security enclosures.

The EV charging cable assemblies offer high mating cycles and magnetically operated activated solid-state switches, as opposed to a mechanical switch, allowing for an increased life expectancy. The Type 1 charger assembly meets SAE J1772 specifications, is UL recognized per UL 2251, and is RoHS compliant. Designed with the end user in mind, materials provide a crush-resistant connector body, meet outdoor classification F1 (UL) and are resistant to common automotive fluids.

Key Benefits

Each contact has a separate housing seal providing a higher safety level than heat shrink by preventing moisture inside the connector body and corrosion of the crimping zone.
Latch, inlet lock capable is wide enough to meet the SAE spec for inlet locking.
Redundant integrated cable seal meets SAE J1772 and prevents moisture inside the connector body.

For additional information, visit http://www.te.com
 

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