We know that you will end up in situations when there is only a standard wall outlet available and you still need efficient, safe and reliable charging.
- Charge your electric car in a standard wall outlet.
- Design by Joachim Nordvall, Koenigsegg.
- Ergonomic grip and easy to use.
- Customizable display.
- Automatic charge strength and temperature sensor.
Joachim Nordwall, co-designer of the Koenigsegg sports car, missed no detail when designing RAY. He created RAY with a whole new design experience, the shape and weight of the control box, the flexibility of the cable and the ergonomic grip are all carefully thought out for increased user-friendliness.
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|RAY||Type 1||Type 2|
|Description||RAY 1P 16A T1||RAY 1P 16A T1|
|Voltage||220-240 V||220-420 V|
|Current||6-16 A||6-16 A|
|Vehicle interface||SAE J1772 (IEC Type 1)||62196-2 (IEC Type 2)|
|Cable length||7.5 m||7.5 m|
|Ground fault protection||RCD type A, <30mA||RCD type A, <30mA|
|Operating temperature||-25 °C to +45 °C||-25 °C to +45 °C|
|Standards||IEC 61851-1 Ed.3||IEC 61851-1 Ed.3|
|IEC 62196-2||IEC 62196-2|
|Protective earth conductor||Non-switched||Non-switched|
|Self-tests||Self-tests of the RDC is performed at the insertion into the car. The relays are continuously monitored for welding.||
Self-tests of the RDC is performed at the insertion into the car. The relays are continuously monitored for welding.
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