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SAE J1772 Inlet/Socket 16A

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SAE J1772 Inlet/Socket 16A for EV Charging

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US $55 / Piece

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No Cord 1.5m Cable 3m Cable
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Specifications

  • Rated Current: 16A
  • Rated Voltage: 120 ~ 240V AC
  • Standard: SAE J1772-2009
  • Certification: CE & UL

Overview

SAE J1772(Type1) Inlet/Socket/Receptacle 16A for Electric Vehicle Charging with 0m,1.5m,3m Cord

This socket include 5 silvering copper alloy pins(you can see them in the first picture)

Click to visit: J1772 Inlet 32A

  • Cord Length: Free end, 1.5m(4.92ft), 3m,(9.84ft)
  • Meet SAE J1772 2009 (Type 1) North American standard, UL Rated
  • Nice shape and easy to use, protection class IP54(in mated conditions)
  • Apply for most of American EV cars or DIY a J1772 adapter box.

Parameters

  • Model: DSI-EV16S-NC, DSI-EV16S-1.5C, DSI-EV16S-3C
  • 5 Pins( L,N,CP,PP,PE)
  • Rated current: 15A~16A
  • Working voltage: 120 ~ 240V AC
  • Insulation resistance: > 1000M Ω (DC 500V)
  • Terminal temperature rise: <50K
  • Withstand voltage: 2000V
  • Contact impedance: 0.5m Ω Max
  • Vibration resistance: Meet JDQ 53.3 requirements
  • Working temperature: -30 ° C ~ + 50° C
  • CE & UL Approval
  • Cable size: 3x2.5mm2 +2x0.75mm2

Materials

  • Shell Material: Thermo Plastic ( Insulator inflammability UL94 VO)
  • Contact bush: Copper alloy, silver plating
  • Sealing gasket: rubber or silicon rubber
  • Switch hook: Zinc Alloy
  • Cable: (TUV,UL Rated)

Structure Drawing

J1772 Socket Structure

Reviews

  •   Adrian   Post on Jun 22, 2019 01:31

    As the description.

  •    Maag H.   Post on Jun 14, 2016 18:31

    I`m very satisfied

  •   John A.   Post on Aug 09, 2014 04:28

    Looks good. I have not used the J1772 inlet yet.