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Charging cable 3 phase | 16A | 11 kW for integration wallbox/charging station

Charging cable 3 phase | 16A | 11 kW for integration wallbox/charging station

  • Suitable for all charging stations
  • IP65 Protection class
  • CE and TÜV certified
  • 2 year warranty
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This charging cable is suitable for charging stations and for all electric cars with a type 2 connection.

Charging station


Charging cable type 2 - 11kW with open end

With our Europe-made type 2 charging cable, you can charge your electric car or PHEV with type 2 connection in with Wallbox or charging station at home or abroad. This charging cable has an open end to directly connect to a Wallbox or charging station and is suitable for three-phase charging up to 16 amps. This makes it suitable for a maximum charging power of 11kW.

Flexible and durable charging cable

What sets this type 2 charging cable apart from other charging cables is that the cable we use is smoother and more durable than other charging cables on the market. The best cable is produced in Italy, which is also where the cable we use is produced.

What makes this cable better is that it is produced from a larger number but finer copper wires. This makes the cable smoother and more resistant to right-angle bends.




3 Phases

16 A

5x2.5mm² + 2x0.5mm²


Type 2 female IEC 62196-2

-30°C - 50°C

IP65 Protection class

CE, UL, TÜV, IEC 62196-1 and IEC 62196-2

2 year warranty

>10,000x insertion/extraction

Mode 3

  • How much electricity does charging an electric car consume?

    The power consumption of charging an electric car depends on the capacity of the battery and the efficiency of the charging process. On average, fully charging an electric car with a battery capacity of 60 kWh consumes about 60 kWh of electricity. This means that at a standard household tariff of €0.22 per kWh, the cost of a full charge would be about €13.20. Actual consumption may vary depending on factors such as the state of the battery, charging infrastructure and energy loss during charging. For precise calculations, it is useful to know the specific battery capacity of your vehicle and the local electricity price.

  • Can I use a three-phase EV charging cable in a single-phase charging box?

    Yes, you can use a three-phase EV charging cable in a single-phase charging box, but the charging capacity will be limited to the capabilities of the single-phase connection. This means the car will only charge on one phase, resulting in lower charging power and longer charging time compared to three-phase charging. However, the charging cable and the car must be compatible with both single-phase and three-phase connections to make this possible. Always ensure that the charging equipment and connections are safe and correct to ensure a reliable and efficient charging experience.

  • Why can't you extend an EV charging cable?

    It is not possible to extend an EV charging cable because extension cables simply do not exist for it. The contact poles of EV charging cables are designed with specific safety mechanisms and specifications that make extension physically impossible. This design ensures that charging cables are always connected directly to the charging pole and the vehicle, guaranteeing safe and reliable power transfer. Any attempts to create extensions themselves would compromise the integrity of the charging system and could lead to serious safety risks such as overheating, electrical faults, and fire hazards. As a result, the use of extension cables is completely avoided in EV charging technology.

  • What safety reasons prevent extending an EV charging cable?

    Extending an EV charging cable is not allowed for several safety reasons. Firstly, an extension cable increases the risk of overheating because it may not be able to carry the same amperage and quality as the original cable, which can lead to a fire hazard. In addition, an extension cable introduces additional electrical resistance, which reduces the efficiency of the charging process and may cause damage to the vehicle battery. Extension cables can also provide an unreliable connection, which can result in unpredictable voltage variations and failures in the charging infrastructure. For these reasons, EV charging cables are specifically designed without the possibility of extension, ensuring the safety and reliability of the charging process.

Safe and strong construction

The jacket around the copper is specially made to withstand high temperatures, rain and abrasion and has been tested and certified to charge electric cars. 

The plugs we have developed are produced from 1 whole and therefore not glued or screwed together. This makes the plugs stronger, more wear-resistant and more waterproof than other plugs on the market. The contact pins in the plug are made of 100% copper and then silver-plated to prevent rust and corrosion.

Charging cables are a consumer good and wear and tear occurs with them. Because we are so sure of the quality of our charging cables, we give a 100% guarantee on our charging cables for the first 2 years, and up to 5 years 50% guarantee on the purchase price. 

Is this not the cable you’re looking for? Check out our type 2 charging cables or search the right cable for your specific car.

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