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Car Charging Cable OEM

Our company mainly produces timing socket, wire and cable, wire reel, lamps and steel pipes. At present, our company has obtained VDE/CE/GS/S/D/FI/N/ROHS/REACH and other related certifications.


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    Let every employee work happilyTo be a sustainable business excellence with the integrity of the enterprise image deeply

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    Run the business with integrity Give back to society with a loving heart

OEM Car Charging Cable Manufacturers

Zhejiang Shuangyang Group Co., Ltd. was established in 1986, is famous China Car Charging Cable Manufacturers and OEM Car Charging Cable Factory, one of the star enterprises of Ningbo City in 1998, and approved by ISO9001/14000/18000.
We are located in Cixi, Ningbo City, which is only one hour to Ningbo harbor and airport, and two hours to Shanghai.
Till now, the registered capital is over 16 million U.S. dollars. Our floor area is about 120,000 sqm, and our construction area is about 85,000 sqm. In 2018, our total turnover was 80 million U.S. dollars.
We have ten R&D persons and over 100 Qcs to guarantee quality, each year, we design and develop over ten new products acting as a great manufacturer. Our main products are timers, sockets flexible cables, power cords, plugs, extension sockets, cable reels, and lighting.


We enjoy a good reputation among our customers. We are always focused on protecting the environment and human safety. Improving the quality of life is our ultimate goal.


Industry Knowledge Extension

How do the cross-sectional area and conductor material of a Car Charging Cable affect charging speed and efficiency?

The cross-sectional area and conductor material of the Car Charging Cable are key factors that directly affect the charging speed and efficiency. These two parameters are directly related to the ability of current transmission and the resistance of the cable itself, thus having an important impact on the heat generated during the charging process, energy loss, etc.
The cross-sectional area determines the capacity of the current that can be carried in the cable. Cables with larger cross-sections can hold more current and therefore support higher power charging. During the charging process of electric vehicles, the charging power is related to the product of current and voltage. Therefore, by using cables with large cross-sectional areas, the charging power can be increased and faster charging can be achieved.
The choice of conductor material directly affects the resistance of the cable. Resistance is the resistance to current traveling in a cable, causing energy loss and heating of the cable. High-quality conductor materials have low resistance, which can reduce energy loss during current transmission, thereby improving charging efficiency.
When selecting conductor materials, copper is a commonly used highly conductive metal and is widely used because of its good electrical conductivity and mechanical strength. Relative to other materials, copper has a lower resistance, which helps reduce energy loss during charging. Copper's conductive properties are important to support high-power charging because it reduces the resistance of the cable, reducing heat generation and ensuring charging efficiency.
In addition, the choice of cross-sectional area and conductor material is also closely related to the match between the charging device and the car. Charging equipment is usually designed to support cables with specific cross-sectional areas and conductor materials, so choosing the right Car Charging Cable is key to ensuring compatibility with the charging equipment and achieving optimal charging speed and efficiency.
In summary, the cross-sectional area and conductor material of the Car Charging Cable directly affect the charging speed and efficiency. By selecting appropriate cross-sectional area and high-quality conductor materials, current transmission capacity can be improved and resistance and energy loss reduced, resulting in a faster and more efficient electric vehicle charging process.