Note: This item is stocked at our US and China warehouses – shipments to US addresses will normally come out of our US location, and shipments to other countries will normally come out of our China location.

With our J1772 to IEC C13 adapter, you can now charge your e-bike, electric scooter, moped, or other EV at all public J1772 charging stations even if you don’t have a J1772 inlet on your vehicle. You can also power anything that has a standard IEC C13 inlet. This adapter works by using a specially designed circuit inside the plug that basically tricks the charging station into thinking a vehicle is connected and ready to charge.

Warning: Make sure your EV charger or appliance is configured to operate on 240V before connecting to the charging station! Features a J1772 inlet and a C13 receptacle.

9 reviews for J1772 to IEC C13 Adapter for Electric Motorcycle/Scooter

  1. Steven

    John,
    You are amazing to take my email from nothing and giving me all the options that I have to connect J1722 to an Ebike’s charger that I thought was stuck to only household outlet. I can’t believe you understand me as was hard for me to know and explain what the heck I was intending to do. I saw a device on YouTube, but I definitely don’t have the smarts to build my own. I appreciate all the long and late hours from emails. Also the wealth of knowledge you provided to me.
    Thank You In Advance,
    Steven

  2. MrPRSTO

    Works great for charging my 2020 Zero FXS motorcycle. Great quality at half the price of what Zero charges for the same item.

  3. Kash (verified owner)

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  4. Jason C. (verified owner)

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    This is the second one I have purchased. Excellent quality and they work like a charm.

  5. Christine B. (verified owner)

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    I use this adapter on my 2015 Zero SR.

    Works great, and handy to have on trips.

    You’ll still charge at a Level 1 rate, but you can use many of the Level 2 public charging stations with this adapter.

  6. coreybabcock2011 (verified owner)

    I got into the internals of it and it’s basically two resistors in parallel and a diode going from the pilot pin to the ground pin and they use 14 ga cord not 12 ga to make it extra safe plus the part that the cord goes into wasn’t tighten down all the way and the body would turn separately from the cord sorta twisting the wires inside the unit I made a YouTube video of this plus here’s the pics of the internals

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    • evseadapters (store manager)

      The resistor-diode combination is designed to pull the control pilot signal voltage down to 6V per the J1772 specification, which signals to the charger that it is connected and should be activated. This is how our adapter automatically initiates charging. You’ll notice that these components are securely shrink-sealed to protect them under outdoor use. If the cord is able to be twisted, possibly the strain relief cable gland may not have been tightened all the way – we will double-check this going forward. The 14 AWG cord we use is rated for up to 20 amps, which is much more than a typical ebike charger will need. Thank you for your review.

  7. Jeremy (verified owner)

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    Is great and functions well

  8. Stanley R. (verified owner)

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    Great for longer trips

  9. Gary (verified owner)

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    Looks good. Couldn’t have made it myself for this price.

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