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NJORD® GO portable EV Charger*

NJORD® GO from CTEK is a durable, lightweight and portable all-in-one EV charger available with a type 2 connector, with a charging capacity up to 11 kW. It comes with fixed heavy duty 1.5 m long mains cable and 5 m EV charging cable, so there’s no installation necessary – simply plug the unit into your domestic or commercial CEE socket for charging. The charger’s user interface clearly indicates charge status.

*You might have noticed that we call the NJORD® GO an ‘EV charger’. So technically speaking it’s ‘electrical vehicle supply equipment’ (or EVSE for short). It provides a safe supply of electricity to power the on-board battery charger in your Electrical Vehicle (EV). Because most people use the term EV charger, we’ve chosen keep things simple, so we’ve chosen to use this term too. The NJORD® GO portable EV charger is an exciting new addition to the CTEK range and we hope you like it!


Fast, portable charging for your Electric Vehicle

Smart charging and solutions for everyone

  • EV charging at home
  • EV charging for tenant-owner associations
  • EV charging for parking
  • EV charging for companies
  • NANOGRID™ – Three levels of load balancing
  • CHARGE PORTAL – Full control of the EV charging site
Charging solutions Load balancing CHARGE PORTAL

EV chargers - EVSE

Owning an electric vehicle is a different experience than owning a gas powered one. However, one similarity between the two is that they both need to be refueled. How they refuel though is one of the fundamental differences between the two types of mobility. While cars with internal combustion engines pull into gas stations and get gas into their tanks, an electric vehicle uses EV chargers to connect to the power grid and uses electrons to replenish the batteries. In this article, we will look at the different types of EV chargers and charging available.

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Battery chargers - 12V & 24V

As vehicle technology continues to develop, more and more strain is placed on the battery. As a result, battery charging has become an essential part of car maintenance which should be considered as important as checking tyre pressures and oil levels.

There are various types of battery charger currently available – mostly smart chargers and trickle chargers. However, smart chargers present a much safer and efficient way of maintaining and prolonging the life of the battery.

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