Charging point for Renault ZOE

Charging point for Renault ZOE

Charging point for Renault ZOE. The charging point recommended for the Renault ZOE, is a charging point in mode 3 but it also admits a charging point in mode 2. The connector for the recharging of the Renault ZOE, is the IEC 62196 connector, also called Mennekes.

Characteristics of the recharging point for Renault ZOE: Device for recharging Mode 3.

  • Connector “Mennekes” – IEC 62196
  • Luminous indication of charge status
  • Dimensions: W: 225 mm, L: 130 mm, H: 320 mm
  • IP 54 protection
  • Installation according to REBT – ITC 52
  • Installation in a private garage or community garage
  • Installation of Recharge Point for your ZOE

 

Characteristics of the recharging point for Renault ZOE: Mode 2 recharging device.

  • Device for recharging Mode 2
  • Schuko connector
  • Possibility of recharge timing
  • Possibility of anti-vandalism product
  • IP 54 protection
  • Installation according to REBT – ITC 52
  • Installation in a private garage or community garage

The Renault ZOE was announced in 2012 at the Geneva Motor Show. It is a little longer than the Renault Clio with measures of 4084 mm long and 5-door hatchback body.

Its engine is equipped with an electric motor of 65KW (88CV) with 220 Nm of torque from 250 rpm. The maximum speed of the Renault ZOE is 135km / h. Its battery is of lithium ion and has a capacity of 22kWh.

The 22 kWh battery has a range of 210 km according to the NEDC cycle. The real autonomy is estimated between 100 and 150 km, depending on driving conditions.

The 41 kWh battery has a range of 400 km according to the NEDC cycle although Renault expects a real autonomy of about 300 km.

 

How is the Renault ZOE recharge?

The Renault ZOE can be recharged in different ways. With a completely out of power car the charge takes from 30 min to 9 hours, depending on the power of the available stations, which can vary between 3 and 43 kW thanks to the integrated chameleon charger in the car.

The ZOE can charge in single phase to 3 and 7 kW (approximate) and to 11, 22 and 43 kW in three phases.

Standard charge: allows a full recharge between 6 and 9 h (depending on the available power) by simply connecting the car to a public or domestic charging point with a minimum power of 3 kW.

Accelerated charge 22 kW: recharges 80% of the battery in 1 hour at a public charging point.

Fast charging 43 kW: recharges 80% of the battery in 30 min, at a public charging point.

It has a blue cable of about 6 m with “type 2” connectors (Mennekes) according to IEC 62196-2 at its ends, male and female, prepared for single-phase and three-phase charging in “mode 3”. Direct recharge in “mode 1” with Schuko connector is not available, but a CRO or occasional charger can be used in “mode 2” with this connector.