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Our interest at modular EV power relates to supplying electrical power to the vehicle, using J1772 parts.
Our Aluminum Vehicle Inlet Connector is available
loose. It has 3 feet of #8 wire rated at 50 Amps. All 5 pins are
populated and ready for any control.
We have them on eBay at http://stores.ebay.com/Modular-EV-Power for $185 including shipping and they are ready to go.
We also have a combination that includes a AVC2.r module for $222. The AVC2.r has the proximity resistor that the aluminum parts needs built in.
Drawing with dimensions
We have the ITT UL listed J1772 inlet adapters. They are rated at 75 Amps maximum and have a cable that is 12 inches long. We have them on eBay at http://stores.ebay.com/Modular-EV-Power for $120 including shipping and they are ready to go. ITT EVC-I-75A-600P UL listed rated SAE J1772 Level 2 inlet assembly.
We also have a combination that includes a AVC2 module for $155.
Drawing with dimensions
UL Listed cable assemblies are available
They rated at 30 and 75 Amps.Cables are 20 feet long.
If you have a old EVSE with a AVCON claw connector you can replace the old cable with one of these. The J1772 pilot and control is the same and so are the wire colors.
More basic information about the new J1772 Parts.
Safe Circuit for using J1772 and NEMA 5-15 Plug for Charging
SAE J1772:2010(tm) is a trademarked standard of the Society of Automotive Engineers.
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