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CHAdeMO (CHArge de Movie) – developed in Japan with the participation of TEPCO (Tokyo Energy Company). The name is an abbreviation and in Russian it sounds like "charge for movement", "charge and move"; etc. This is a high-speed charging standard that uses direct current. Most often found on Japanese right-hand drive electric vehicles, as well as imported from the United States.
Type 2 (Type 2, Mennekes) – European standard developed in Germany. Popular with electric vehicles from Europe, as well as some models from China. It differs from the first one in the presence of additional contacts for the use of three-phase power networks (in Russia it is usually found with a voltage of 380 Volts).
CCS Combo (Combo 1 and Combo 2) – a type of electric vehicle connector introduced in Europe. One of the most serious competitors of CHAdeMO. In fact, this is an improved version of Type 1 and Type 2 – in both cases, two additional contacts are added. Provides the ability to charge from any convenient station - direct or alternating current. The most common is Combo 2, used on European electric vehicles. Combo 1 is quite rare, found in American and Japanese.
It should be noted that this type of appliance plug ("socket" located directly in the electric vehicle) can be connected to a simple Type 1 or Type 2 cable, depending on connector – without using DC contacts.