e-Mobility

As electric vehicles become increasingly common, so does the need for durable connector solutions to help power the complex systems that run those vehicles. At ITT Cannon, our standard off-the-shelf connectors and custom interconnects provide ultra-reliable connections in electro-mobility applications across the globe. Whether in fleet trucks, EV mass-transit vehicles, public charging stations, or agricultural vehicles, our solutions deliver robust performance in the communications and powertrain systems. 

Each product is offered in a lightweight, small-footprint construction to optimize space. ITT Cannon and Veam e-mobility interconnects are UL and CE certified and compliant with regional industry standards, including IEC 62196 for Europe, SAE J1772 for the Americas and Japan, and GB/T 20234 for China. 

Our e-mobility connectors are highly engineered for durable operation, whatever the application. With operating temperatures ranging from -30°C to +50°C, 10,000+ mating cycles, and an IP44 rating, these products offer excellent resistance to high temperatures, dust, and fluid intrusion in challenging environments. Our connectors support charging capabilities up to 80 A at 600V for one-phase and 3-phase charging.

  • Built in accordance with all key regional standards - IEC 62196, SAE J1772 and GB/T 20234
  • Up to 80A AC Charging option; low contact resistance; minimum 10k mating cycles
  • Coupler connector/plug strain relief provides protection from cable overstressing
  • Off-the-shelf or customized outlets, plugs, connectors, handles and inlet
  • Certifications: UL, Intertek, ETC, CQC, & Jet

Resources

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EVC e-mobility Solutions Brochure

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EVC AC Customization Sell Sheet

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EVC DC Liquid-Cooled Brochure

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CCS 1 and CCS 2 Fast Charge Brochure

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unu EV Scooter Case Study

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ITT Zaptec Case Study

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HIgh Power Charging 3M Case Study

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ITT Cannon EV Charging Solutions

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ITT Cannon and Zaptec Customized EV Solution

Electrical Vehicle Applications