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What is DC charging?

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DC means Direct Current. DC chargers do not have to convert the current from alternating current (AC) to direct current, so this means these chargers are able to charge a considerable high power within a short period of time. AC chargers, need to convert the alternating current to direct current with a special converter.

The big advantage of DC chargers is the charging time. With an AC charger you often have to charge for a minimum period of 2 hours. With the most DC-chargers your car will be charged up to 80% in less than half an hour. This is a great benefit for people who are driving a lot and need to charge during their trip. In Europe there are 2 types of plugs being used. The CCS or Combi Type 2 plug (on the right) can be used for both AC and DC. The CHADEMO (on the left) is only compatible for DC-charging.

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