There are five ways to charge electric vehicles, which are slow charge, fast charge, battery change, wireless charging and mobile charging. Most electric vehicles on the market support slow charging fast charging, and equipped with slow charging fast charging interface.
Slow charge: Also known as conventional charge and on-board charge, it is suitable for on-board charger and household wall-mounted charging pile. The charging current and power are relatively small, and the charging time generally takes 6 to 8 hours.
Fast charging: Also known as ground charging and emergency charging, including charging stations and mobile auxiliary trolley two forms. The battery can be charged to about 80% in a short time by charging the battery with high current directly through non-on-board charger, which can be fully charged in one hour generally.
Recharging: Recharging a car battery by changing the power battery. That is, when the power battery runs out, replace the battery pack with a fully charged battery, and send the replaced battery to the power station for slow charging.
Wireless charging: Without the use of wires and cables, wireless charging panels embedded in roads and parking Spaces are automatically connected to the grid for charging and discharging. This charging method is convenient and safe to use, but it has not been used in mass production.
Mobile charging: Mobile charging (MAC) is an extension of wireless charging. Electric car owners don't need to find a charging station; they take the time to recharge and can do so while cruising on the road. The mobile charging system would be buried under a section of road, leaving no extra space to trace the charging section.