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Type 3C / Type 1 charging cable - 7.4kW

329,00 € Tax included. Regular price

The charging cable for Type 3C charging station, the old generation of terminals in France, compatible with electric vehicles equipped with a Type 1 connector.

  • Up to 7.4 kW in single phase (32A)
  • Compatible with all Type 1 vehicles
  • Made in Belgium
  • 2 years warranty
How to choose the right cable length?

Guide to choosing the right charging cable length

The measurements given correspond to the distance between the end of one connector to the end of the other connector. 

Are you hesitating about what cable length to go for? Don’t panic, our cable length guide is here to help you purchase the right cable for you. 

What is the standard cable length for an electric car?

The most common cable length for EVs is 5 metres. The 5m cable is the standard length for cables provided by carmakers when you purchase your EV. This length is appropriate for most electric city cars and sedans, but may be too short for larger categories of cars. 

How to choose the right cable length for my EV?

The 2m cable is recommended for two-wheeled vehicles. This is the perfect length to plug an electric motorcycle into charging points and then stash the cable away in a transport bag. 

The 5m cable is recommended for smaller vehicles in the electric city car and sedan range.  

The 7m cable is recommended for large EVs such as SUVs, estate cars and people carriers. 

To choose the right cable length for your vehicle, you might find it useful to check out the table of cables lengths recommended according to vehicle type: 

  2m 3m 4m 5m 6m 7m 8m
City car, sedan
SUV, people carrier, estate car
Utility vehicle, van


  9m 10m 11m 12m 13m 14m 15m
City car, sedan
SUV, people carrier, estate car
Utility vehicle, van


The ✅ included in the table above indicate the optimal cable length for each vehicle category.

How can I avoid opting for a cable that’s too short?


To make sure you have a cable that’s long enough to cope with all situations, we recommend that you purchase a charging cable of a minimum length of 7 meters for your electric car. 



If you are purchasing a cable for home charging, you can measure the length between the charging port on your car and the charging point and then add 2 metres so that the cable is not stressed during charging. 

Is it just as fast to charge your EV with a long cable?

Yes, charging using a 15-metre cable will be just as fast as with a 2-metre cable. Mister EV’s custom-built cables are manufactured up to a maximum length of 15 metres for full-on charging in all safety. 

Opting for a long charging cable is far safer than charging your EV using an extension cord.

For further information, you can also consult our Guide to purchasing a charging cable.



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The charging cable for Type 3C charging station

Charge your electric vehicle on all old Type 3C charging station in France using this 7.4 kW Type 3C Type 1 charging cable (single phase).

This model of electrical terminal, accompanied by the Type 3C cable, is in the process of becoming obsolescent. For those who wish to continue to use Type 3 charging station on the public network or to replace a defective charging cable to recharge at a private Type 3C wallbox, we offer the Type 3C Type 1 single-phase charging cable. Made in Belgium, this cable is available in different lengths, from 5 to 10 meters, to meet various needs.

The cable complies with Mode 3 charging standards and offers charging power of up to 7,4kW in single-phase 32A on compatible terminals.

Dispatch within 72 hours by our supplier based in Belgium and home delivery by DPD in mainland France and Corsica only.

Characteristics of the charging cable for Type 3C terminal and Type 1 vehicle - 7.4kW - Single phase

Some charging stations in Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon require the removal of the protective cover of the Type 3C connector in order to be connected correctly. You can do this very simply by following the instructions in the video .

Max power
7.4kW (single phase: 1 phase 32A)
Vehicle socket
Type 1
Terminal socket
Type 3C
Protection sign
Operating temperature
-20 to +60°C
CE and IEC 62196
2 years

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