Schill cable winder with type 2 cable

(up to 22 kW, incl. 8 m type 2 cable)
SKU
002-001-000033
€1,739.00
Delivery time : 2-3 weeks, no express possible
  • Effective cable management instead of cable chaos
  • Suitable for charging stations with up to 22 kW
  • Sturdy design in a plastic housing
  • 8 m retractable cable with type 2 charging socket
  • 2 m connecting cable with type 2 charging socket for connection with the charging station
  • Incl. swivelling wall mount
  • Rotating ceiling mount available as an accessory

Forget about having to put away your charging cable

The high-quality cable management system from Schill mechanically retracts the cable all on its own. With this clever system, you’ll never have cables lying around on the floor again. The charging cable needs to be fully unrolled during charging to ensure that full power can be supplied. If the charging cable is not unrolled, it will overheat, causing the thermal protection to down-regulate the power.

Schill — professional cable management

Ever since it manufactured its first cable drum, the Schill company from Fellbach (near Stuttgart) has been a specialist in all things cable management. From the very beginning, the company has shown a pioneering spirit as well as strong market and customer orientation. It has developed into one of the major players in the global market.

You can charge with up to 22 kW with the Schill cable winder with type 2 cable. With the 8-m-long type-2 cable, you’ll have enough cable for effective cable management instead of cable chaos.


Delivery includes:

  • Schill cable winder

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Manufacturer Schill
Colour Traffic white
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