An electric vehicle's charging system must have an EV charging cord. Regulatory restrictions differ from nation to nation and frequently list particular cable kinds. By offering type-test results and EV charging cable certification, UL Solutions can ensure compliance with international standards while lowering liability across the supply chain. The UL Product iQ database automatically includes certified goods.
There are various variants of an EV charging cable, which is normally given by a car manufacturer. While some of these cables contain connectors for different CEE outlets, others can be connected into a typical home outlet. Some can generate up to 22kW of electricity. A deciding factor in the amount is the charging cable's size and form.