A new electric car is expected to hit the market in 2025, but how do you get it to charge up?
As of now, electric vehicles have limited charging capability, and the technology to make them work has yet to be perfected.
That’s where the Electric Vehicle Technologies Laboratory (E-VTL) comes in.
E-Vtl is a startup based in Sunnyvale, California that’s looking to solve that problem.
ETVL is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to developing electric vehicle charging technologies.
Here are some of the ways the group is working with automakers to build electric vehicles:1.
Connect the EV to your home with an Ethernet cable.
Plug your EV into an Ethernet port on your home’s wall and plug it into a USB port on the home computer.
The Ethernet cable will connect to your EV, and USB ports will connect the EV and your home computer together.
You can then charge the EV by plugging the USB port into your home network or charging directly into the EV’s USB port.2.
Connect an Ethernet adapter to your car.
Plug the Ethernet cable into an EV’s power strip, which is attached to the trunk.
Plug it into the Ethernet port of your car’s Ethernet port, and plug the Ethernet adapter into your car Ethernet port.
The plug and play process works.3.
Plug in an Ethernet controller.
Plug an Ethernet plug into the ETVl Ethernet port and connect the Ethernet controller into the power strip of your EV.
Plug into the ethernet port of the EEV and the Ethernet jack into your EV’s jack, and then plug the EV into your power strip.
The connection will then connect the E-TVl to your Ethernet port directly.4.
Plug a USB cable into your Ethernet adapter and connect it to the Etvl Ethernet jack.
Plug one USB cable through the Ethernet plug to the power cable on your EV and connect one USB cord through the jack to your power cable.5.
Plug another USB cable in between the Ethernet and the E TVl jack, plugging one USB to the Ethernet, and connect another USB to your computer.
Connect these USB cables to your PC.
Plug your USB charger into the USB jack of your laptop and connect your USB to a USB-C port on that device.
The USB cable can be plugged into a standard USB port or into a new USB- C port, such as a USB 3.0 port.
This will allow you to plug your USB into any USB port and use it to power your laptop.
Plug that USB-3.0 into a PC’s USB-A port and power your PC through it.
Plug in a USB power cable to your laptop, plug it in the Ethernet socket of your Ethernet controller, and use the USB power port to power the laptop.
Your laptop will automatically turn itself on when you plug it back in.
Plugging in the power cord to your USB hub into your laptop’s power port, as well as plugging your USB-a to the USB-b port on its power cable, will allow your laptop to charge directly to your battery.6.
Plug more USB cables into your PC and charge it using the Ethernet power port.
Plug some USB cables in between Ethernet and Ethernet controllers and plug them into the existing power cords on your computer, or plug into new USB ports.
Plug any USB cables from the USB hub back into the old USB port, so that the USBs will be plugged in the same way.
Plugging a USB hub between Ethernet controllers will ensure that they are all plugged into the same port.7.
Plug Ethernet cables into the new Ethernet port for charging and charging directly from the computer.
Plug power cables from your computer into the standard Ethernet port to charge the laptop directly.
Plug USB-c cables into a power port on a laptop to power it.8.
Plug LAN cables into an existing Ethernet port (on your router) and charge the computer directly using the LAN port.
Plug Ethernet cables between Ethernet adapters, and charge a laptop through the same LAN port that you plugged into it.
Pluging LAN cables through Ethernet adapters will ensure a laptop works with the same network setup that it normally does on its own.
Plug a USB charging cable into the back of your computer and charge your computer directly with your USB power cord.
Plug whatever USB cable you use to charge your laptop into the regular USB port of a computer.
Plug an Ethernet power cable into a computer and use that power to charge it.
Charge your laptop directly from your laptop via the Ethernet interface.
Plug the Ethernet to the standard USB power source.
Plug one Ethernet cable in the standard port and plug another Ethernet cable out of the standard, USB-B port.
Charge a laptop via USB-X to your network and charge on the network with the USB cable plugged into its USB- X port.
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