Ring electrifies EV cable market

Ring Automotive, who will be exhibiting at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, has sounded a reminder to electric vehicle users of the importance of using good quality charging cables as the cost of electricity increases.

The range of Ring charging cables are all IP65 and IK10 certified, meaning they can be used in all weathers, and that they are protected from impacts such as being dropped or accidentally run over, with the cable charging end retaining its integrity, without splintering or cracking.

Henry Bisson, marketing director at Ring, said: “Ring’s charging cables are made from full, pure copper, which maximises charging efficiency. It’s important not to economise on your vehicle charging cable; premium quality cables ensure the most efficient transfer of power with no wastage or increased electricity charged. Additionally, anxieties over range will be reduced where drivers know a full charge has been delivered.”

“As prices rise, drivers don’t want electricity consumed with resistance while the vehicle is charging. Using high-end, full copper cable, electric vehicles can be charged with maximum efficiency.”

Ring cables are tested to the highest standards and certified to CE and UKCA standards. Independently tested by TUV test house, Ring’s cables can offer years of charging for EV motorists.

Ring has continued its product development for electric vehicles by launching a range of charging cable accessories.

The new accessory range features storage bags, security devices, connector end and wall mounted holsters and hooks, providing cable storage and protection solutions to the ever-expanding electric vehicle charging cable product offering.

Like its charging cable range, Ring’s EV accessories are also IP65 rated, which provides full protection from dirt and moisture ingress, so users can utilise the products safe in the knowledge they are risk-free.

Ring Automotive will be exhibiting at this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place from Saturday and Sunday, October 15-16 at the RDS Simmonscourt in Dublin.