Can electric bicycles be charged with a fast charging pile?
The electric bicycles charging pile is divided into a DC charging pile and an AC charging pile according to the charging mode.
The DC charging pile is also called a slow charging, and the AC charging pile becomes a fast charging.
Alternating Current (AC) refers to alternating current whose current direction changes periodically with time. The average value of running in one cycle is zero. Unlike direct current, its direction changes over time and there is no periodic change in direct current.
The alternating current usually has a sinusoidal waveform. AC power can transmit power efficiently. But in fact, other waveforms are applied, such as triangular waves and square waves. The utility power used in life is an alternating current with a sinusoidal waveform.
The frequency of alternating current refers to the number of periodic changes in its unit time, in Hertz, which is inversely related to the period. The frequency of alternating current in daily life is generally 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and the frequency of alternating current involved in radio technology is generally large, reaching a measure of kilohertz (KHz) or even millions of hertz (MHz). Power systems in different countries have different AC frequencies, usually 50 Hz or 60 Hz. The countries and regions that use 50 Hz in Asia mainly include China, Japan, Thailand, India and Singapore, while South Korea, the Philippines and Taiwan use 60 Hz, most countries in Europe use 50 Hz, and the countries that use 60 Hz in the Americas are mainly Mexico and the United States. ,Canada.
AC power is widely used for power transmission because AC transmission is more efficient than DC transmission under the previous technical conditions.