The open Phoenix Contact 32A Type 1 charging cable is designed for charging in mode 3, so it is suitable for connection and charging from all private and public AC stations. The connectors have an ergonomic shape, which ensures easy and comfortable handling and connection. When the cable is connected, it is protected against the ingress of particles and water. The protective cover has a degree of protection IP54 and allow protection against ingress of dust.
The connector of the open charging cable is made of solid thermoplastic, which is non-flammable and resistant to scratches, pressure and shocks. The outer sheath of the cable is made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPE-U), whose significant properties include flexibility, long life and resistance to scratches and wear. Thanks to high-quality materials, the cable can withstand more than 10,000 connection cycles.
Thanks to the J1772 communication protocol, the cable enables efficient communication between the on-board charger and the charging station.
The cable has only one connector (type 1) and is intended to be firmly attached to the charging station! Only a trained electrician should do this work.
- Plug type 1 (J1772) (electric car)
- Mode 3 cable for connection to charging stations
- Maximum current: 32A
- Maximum voltage: 240V
- Maximum charging power: 7.4 kW (1 phase)
- Operating temperature range: -30 ° C to 50 ° C
- Cable length: 5 m
- Black color with white elements
Detailed technical specifications and manuals are listed and downloadable here.
Security and certificates
All charging cables and connectors are tested to ensure their safety. When connected, the protection is IP44, the certified protection when using a protective cover is IP54. The connector comply with SAE J1772 standard.
A 24-month warranty is provided for this charging cable.
If you hesitate whether this connector of the charging cable is suitable for your car, you can go to our database of electric cars, where you will find your model and the type of its connector, or you can contact us at any time.
In the basics of electromobility you will also find an article about different types of connectors and their properties.