FAQS-Telgeoot Charging Pile
Are all EV chargers the same?
EV Chargers provide different charging times depending on the type of charger and your plug at home. Level 1 chargers are generally 3 pin plug chargers with much slower charge times. Level 2 chargers are generally 4 pin plug chargers with more power so will charge more quickly.
What are the different EV charging plugs?
The first type of plug, called a Type 1, is used by most cars and trucks made in North America. This is also known as an SAE J1772 connector. It looks like this: The second type of plug, known as a Type 2 or Mennekes connector, is used by many Asian brands such as Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Lastly there’s the Tesla Supercharger which allows for high-speed charging – delivering up to 120 kW from a single car charger with no reduction in battery performance or capacity over time.
Are Tesla charger adapters suitable for charging all vehicles?
Tesla charger adapters are designed to allow Tesla electric vehicles (EVs) to be charged using non-Tesla charging stations. These adapters are primarily intended for use with Tesla vehicles, and they enable Tesla owners to connect their cars to a wider range of charging infrastructure. However, they are not suitable for charging all vehicles.
Tesla uses a proprietary charging connector in North America, Europe, and other regions, which is different from the connectors used by other EV manufacturers. This means that if you have a non-Tesla electric vehicle, you cannot use a Tesla charging adapter to charge your car at a Tesla Supercharger or other Tesla charging stations.
On the other hand, if you have a Tesla vehicle, you can use these adapters to connect to certain non-Tesla charging stations that use different charging standards, such as CHAdeMO or CCS (Combined Charging System), which are commonly used by other EV manufacturers. Tesla provides various adapters for different charging standards, but it's important to note that not all Tesla adapters are compatible with all Tesla vehicles, so you should check your vehicle's compatibility with the specific adapter you intend to use.
In summary, Tesla charger adapters are designed to make it more convenient for Tesla owners to charge their vehicles at a variety of charging stations, but they are not intended for charging non-Tesla electric vehicles. Other electric vehicle manufacturers have their own adapters and charging standards, so compatibility varies among different EVs.
How about Telgeoot charging pile?
· Up to 44 mi of range added per hour at 11 kW / 48 amp output
· Auto-sensing handle to open charge port
· Monitor and manage your charging schedule and usage from the Tesla app
· Wi-Fi connectivity for over-the-air updates, remote diagnostics and access controls
· Versatile indoor / outdoor design
· Variable amperage configurations depending on installation location
· Power-share with up to six Wall Connectors
· 19.6-foot cable length
· One-year warranty for residential use
Are products purchased on telgeoot guaranteed?
The warranty period of this product is one year. Within one year from the date of (first use) (the "Warranty Period"), Please keep the warranty copy properly and use this page as the product warranty certificate. During the warranty period, it shall be repaired according to the Warranty Regulations.