The new energy vehicle charging socket is an interface used to connect charging
equipment and electric vehicles for power transmission.
According to different regions and standards, there are many types of charging sockets,
and here are some common descriptions of them.
European Standard (Type 2 / Mennekes):
It is the most common type of charging socket in Europe and has a round appearance with several metal pins.
Can be used to provide high power AC charging.
American Standard (SAE J1772):
This is the mainstream charging socket used in the United States and Canada,
which has a square appearance with two parallel metal pins. Suitable for homes,
public places and commercial charging stations.
China National Standard (GB/T):
GB/T charging socket is the standard interface used in China's domestic charging facilities,
with a circular appearance and five metal pins. Both AC and DC charging modes are available.
It is important to ensure that the correct charging socket is selected to meet the corresponding
charging needs and that safe operating procedures are followed for charging.
These are common types of new energy vehicle charging outlets,
and the specific type of outlet used depends on the region and vehicle manufacturer's standards.