How to charge new energy vehicles


New energy vehicles

There are mainly the following ways to charge new energy vehicles:

1. Charging pile charging: This is the most common charging method. Car owners can find a power socket at a dedicated charging pile or charging station, and then connect the car to the charging pile for charging. The charging pile can be a slow charging pile (generally 220V AC) or a fast charging pile (generally 380V AC or DC). In fast charging mode, electric vehicles can generally be charged to about 80% of their power in 30-45 minutes; in slow charging mode, it may take several hours to be fully charged.

2. Home charging: Some new energy vehicles support home charging. Car owners can buy a charging pile to install at home, and then use 220V AC to charge. The charging speed of this charging method is relatively slow, but it is enough to meet daily use needs.

3. Mobile charging equipment: For some small electric vehicles such as electric motorcycles and electric bicycles, mobile charging equipment can be used for charging. These devices usually include a power adapter and a charging cable. They can be charged by connecting them to the charging port of the car and the power socket at home.

4. Solar charging: Some new energy vehicles support solar charging function, which can convert sunlight into electricity through solar panels installed on the roof or other locations, and then charge the car battery. This method is still in the experimental stage.

Precautions for charging new energy vehicles

1. After charging the new energy vehicle using the above method, you should first check the charging information on the charging pile display or the car screen, and pull out the charging gun after confirming that the charging has stopped;

2. If the new energy vehicle needs to stop charging midway, do not pull out the charging gun directly. You need to click Stop Charging on the charging pile display or the car screen, and then pull out the charging gun after confirming that it has stopped;

3. During the charging process, it is recommended to check whether there are foreign objects or water stains in the vehicle charging port before and after inserting the gun. If so, clean it up in time and keep the charging port dry and clean at all times;

4. Do not charge new energy vehicles in harsh environments, such as exposure to the sun, heavy rain, typhoons, etc. Charging in harsh environments may pose safety hazards;

5. Reasonable charging and discharging. New energy vehicles should be charged in time before the battery power is less than 20%. Generally speaking, it is advisable to charge the battery to 80%-90%. Try to avoid overcharging and overdischarging to extend the battery life;

6. During the charging of new energy vehicles, it is best not to stay in the car, because the power battery is in a high current and high voltage charging state. Even if the vehicle charging safety is high, it is necessary to prevent it before it happens.

To ensure the best car experience and car safety, it is recommended that you standardize the charging steps and pay attention to the above charging matters. Reasonable charging and discharging has not yet been promoted on a large scale.

Written by:Qiyue from WTech
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