Tesla Cables AC/DC

NACS standards SAE J3400 Cables
NACS Plug AC DC

Your Better chooice for NACS Standards

 In addition to our range of electric vehicle charging solutions, we proudly offer Tesla AC/DC plugs. These high-quality, versatile plugs are designed to accommodate your Tesla vehicle’s charging needs, ensuring a fast, efficient, and reliable charging experience. 

NACS AC cables

The Tesla AC cables max 80A, including 32A,40A,50A.

NACS DC cables

The tesla DC cables max 250A.

UL certificate

All NACS cables have UL certificate

Gernanal Application For Type 1 Cables

we customize your demands 

DC 250A

DC 350A

AC 80A

DC 400A

DC Portable station Parameter
ModelAmpsVoltageCable SpecificationCable DiameterWaterproofCertificate
AC charging32A110V/277V AC3×10AWG+1×22AWG(S)+5×22AWG14.1±0.5mmIP67UL
AC charging40A110V/277V AC3×10AWG+1×22AWG(S)+5×22AWG14.1±0.5mmIP67UL
AC charging50A110V/277V AC2X9AWG+1X10AWG+1X22AWG(S)+5X22AWG13.9±0.5mmIP67UL
AC charging80A110V/277V AC 2X6AWG+1X8AWG+1X22AWG(S)+5X22AWG19.5±0.5mmIP67UL
DC charging250A1000V DC4X3AWG+1X12AWG+1X18AWG(S)+5X18AWG28.5±1mmIP67UL
DC charging350A1000V DC

4X1/0AWG+1X12AWG+1X18AWG(S)+1X18AWG+2X2X18AWG

36.5±1mmIP67UL
DC charging400A1000V DC 4X1/0AWG+1X14AWG+1X18AWG(S)+1X18AWG+2X2X18AWG38.0±1mmIP67UL
Frequently Asked Questions

Some questions about NACS Cables

Yes, we accept samples for testing first before bulk demands,

We didn’t have any limit for NACS cables, we accept samples order to test first.

The application scenario of NACS cables

NACS station in california

With NACS plugs becoming a common feature on many charging stations across the country, our NACS plug is designed specifically for use in a public charging station located in California. Offering a robust 250A of direct current at 1000V, vehicles equipped with NACS compatibility can now enjoy a more convenient and seamless charging experience. Moreover, the UL certification of our plug ensures the safety of both the charging station and the vehicles during the charging process, providing peace of mind to users and operators alike.

NACS station in Florida

Our latest project situated in Florida, where we've installed our NACS 80A alternating current charging cables. This initiative aims to facilitate efficient and reliable charging solutions for electric vehicles in the region. The NACS 80A cables are designed to deliver consistent power, ensuring a seamless charging experience for EV users. Our commitment to quality and innovation ensures that drivers in Florida can rely on our NACS charging cables for their daily charging needs.

The Definitive Guide

    Whether you’re at home or on the go, our Tesla-compatible AC/DC plugs are crafted to meet the highest standards of durability and performance. They provide a seamless connection to a variety of charging infrastructures, making them an essential accessory for every Tesla owner looking to maximize their vehicle’s charging capabilities.

Table of Content

What’s NACS Cables ?

   The North American Charging Standard (NACS), standardized as SAE J3400, is an electric vehicle (EV) charging connector system introduced by Tesla, Inc. This standard, also known as the Tesla charging standard, has been in use on all Tesla vehicles in North America since 2021. In November 2022, Tesla opened the NACS for use by other manufacturers, signaling a move towards a more widely adopted charging standard.

     Between May and December 2023, many other vehicle manufacturers including Ford, GM, Lucid have announced that starting from 2025, their electric vehicles in North America will be equipped with the NACS charge port. Several electric vehicle charging network operators and equipment manufacturers such as ChargePoint, Blinkcharging, SK have also announced plans to add NACS connectors.

 

 

 What is the NACS specification?

   The NACS connector comes in two configurations, supporting up to 500 volts and up to 1,000 volts, with backward compatibility. Notably, there is no specified maximum current rating; any current amount is allowed as long as the connector’s interface temperature does not exceed 105°C. Tesla claims to have operated the connector at upwards of 900 amperes continuously.

   When AC power is used, the NACS system can deliver up to 80 amperes at 277 volts (a voltage derived from a three-phase commercial power supply at 480 volts) However, in a common configuration, NACS provides up to 48 amperes of current at 240 volts (the typical residential voltage of the North American split-phase electric power system), i.e. 11.5 kW

Operation

  The NACS connector features a single button on the handle’s top center. When depressed, it emits a UHF signal. When the connector is locked in place, the signal commands the vehicle to retract the latch holding it in place. Conversely, when not locked, the signal commands the nearby vehicle to open the door covering the inlet.

Pin layout

The NACS uses a five-pin layout—the two primary pins are used for both AC charging and DC fast charging:

The DC+/L1 pin provides either the positive side of the DC voltage link or when using AC it provides either Line 1 in a split-phase connection or the sole Line in a single-phase connection.

The DC−/L2 pin provides both the negative side of the DC voltage link or when using AC it can serve as either Line 2 in a split-phase connection or the neutral in a single-phase connection.

The G, or Ground, pin provides a connection between the earth and the vehicle chassis. The ground pin is also used as a reference point for the CP and PP signals and to measure the isolation of the electrical systems。

The CP, or Control Pilot, pin is used as a digital communication path between the charging system and vehicle. The control pilot uses pulse width modulation to communicate charging state and current in accordance with IEC 61851. Power Line Communication is superimposed onto the control pilot line while DC charging.

The PP, or Proximity Pilot, pin carries a low-voltage signal and is used to determine the status of the vehicle connector. When the button on the plug is depressed to unlock the connector, a switch on the Proximity Pilot circuit is opened, stopping the flow of electricity.

Pin usage is the same as the SAE J1772 connector when used for AC charging.