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This cable will allow anyone with an EV with a Blue Commando AKA CEE (16A) male charging connector fitted (eg Reva G-Wiz, Allied Peugeot Bipper or Renault Berlingo Electrique) to charge at a public/private, Type 2 (Mennekes) EVSE charging facility.


Any Type 2 EVSE will work with the adaptor including the ChargeMaster (Polar/British Gas) units, PodPoint, ElektroBay etc.    It will also work with with a so-called “Granny cable” AKA “Mode 2” charging cable ie a cable with a CEE plug on one end, a brick in the middle and a J1772 (Type 1) or Type 2 (female) plug on the other end.  


This adaptor will handle up to a maximum of 16A (depending on type).  However, ultimately, the maximum power will be dictated by your EV's on-board charger.


It would also work to charge an e-bike from a Type 2 EVSE (assuming you have the e-bike charger with you and it is fitted with a CEE mains plug).


Whilst charging, the Type 2 plug is normally locked into the EVSE but the mains plug is not, nor is the adaptor's mains socket waterproof so it should be secured somewhere safe (to prevent unauthorized disconnection) and dry when in use.


Your choice of alternative socket can be requested at potentially extra cost including a 32A CEE (blue commando) one.


Generally, you should not use the manual release switch with EVSEs as it can ‘confuse’ them.  Most EVSEs that use a smartphone app will unlock the plug in the normal course of charging i.e. either when the EV has finished charging or when you command the EVSE to stop charging via the smartphone app.  However, some recently installed EVSEs (notably Sainsbury’s ones installed around the beginning of 2017), have an app but cannot be controlled by it.  In this case, the manual release switch should be used to switch off the EVSE and release the Type 2 plug.


Twizy Users:- The standard UK Twizy plug has a rather large 13A mains plug strain relief moulding which interferes with the proper closing of the MasterPlug version (only) socket lid.  You can remove 2 segments of the strain relief (as shown here...)  using either a craft knife or snippers which will allow the lid to close easily.  The standard Twizy plug will fit the Standard socket without modification.


Standard cable length between plug and socket is 3m in tuff, very flexible, 2.5mm2, H07-RNF (rubber) cable rated at 32A continuous - note again, though, that the actual maximum charging currents will be dependent on the mains supply and/or the EV charger i.e. up to ~16A.


If you want a longer or shorter cable please ask.  8m is the maximum, 0.3m the minimum (specified length is the actual cable length ie that between plugs).


Cable weights are shown on the purchase button drop-down. 


Free Royal Mail or ParcelForce postage is included which usually takes 2-3 days within mainland UK (excluding weekends).



Watch a video of the related ‘T2 > 13A’ adaptor on YouTube here...

In Stock

Type 2 EVSE to Commando/CEE Plug Adaptor Cables


All Prices Include VAT and UK P&P*

Length Options:

Type 2 to 16A Blue Commando

Free myHermes/Collect+/Royal Mail/ParcelForce postage is included which usually takes 2-3 days within mainland UK (excluding weekends) - but may take as much as 7 days.



(* UK orders only - ex-UK orders must have extra postage added - see the ‘Shipping Information’ page)

This cable will allow anyone with an Allied converted Peugeot Tepee, Partner or Boxer to charge at a public or private, Type 2 (Mennekes) EVSE charging facility.  It consists of 2 parts; the first having a Type 2 plug on one end and a 5 pin, female, red CEE plug on the other.  The second part is 2m long and has a  5 pin, female, red CEE plug on one end and the male version of the same plug on the other.  Select the length you want from the ‘A’ options in the pricing dropdown.


My understanding is that only some of these conversions have both single phase charging AND three phase charging, so please check with Allied before you order.  If your vehicle has single phase charging only then you can order a ‘Type 2 to 13A’  adaptor to use with the standard Allied 13A plug to red CEE lead (that should have come with the vehicle) here.


The Type 2 plug on the end of Cable 1 plugs into the EVSE and, for single phase charging (3kW max), the CEE plug on the other end of Cable 1 plugs into Cable 2 which then plugs into the standard Peugeot charge port.  For 3 phase charging  Cable 1 is used on its own.


When using a ‘free cable’ (as opposed to a ‘tethered’) Type 2 EVSE, the Type 2 plug is normally locked into the EVSE when in use.  However, the Type 2 plug on this cable has been modified to allow it to also connect to tethered 3 phase EVSE plugs such as the Ecotricity 43kW AC rapid chargers.  The modification removes the locking capability.


Also, the red CEE plugs are not lockable, nor are they waterproof so when single phase charging the connection between Cable 1 and 2 should be placed somewhere safe (to prevent unauthorized disconnection) and dry when in use (poking it under the back of your EV is usually sufficient). 


The Type 2 plug comes with an attached rubber dust cap.

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Type 2 to Allied Converted Peugeot Tepee/Partner/Boxer - 1P & 3P

Length Options:


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Standard cable lengths  and cable weights are shown on the purchase button drop-down.  If you want a different length please ask.  Standard cable lengths are those of both cable parts connected together as for single phase charging.  To determine the length of the 3 phase charging portion of the cable, subtract 2m from the quoted length.


Please check the male inlet plug (attached to the vehicle)  the dimension is the same as in the photo (left).


2.5mm2 single and 3 phase cable is used, rated at 23A continuous.


A handsome and free carry bag is included...

(13A Socket shown)

All versions are fitted with a key operated Manual Plug Release Switch

(The key can be removed in both ‘on’ and ‘off’ positions)