Emergency Plug for Electric Vehicles
Emergency Plug for Electric Vehicles (BP816)
Establish Scene Safety.
Prevent Unpredictable EV Movement.
Plug it Safe: How Does the Emergency Plug® Work?
Whoever arrives first at the accident scene will place the Emergency-plug in the charging socket of the Electric Vehicle. The Emergency Plug will communicate with the car’s software by making the car think it is being charged. As a result of this, it will not be possible to operate the car or for it to drive off. Every Electric Car and Hybrid has a mandatory built-in safety feature that will prevent the car from being operated once the car is being charged. All manufacturers must follow this protocol and implement this feature to prevent serious damage to charging stations and high-voltage grids. The Emergency Plug has a plug on each side (type 1 & type 2). Using the Emergency Plug, all Electric Cars and Hybrids worldwide can be safely disabled. The Emergency Plug is user-friendly and does not require any special training.
One Plug Fits All
Universal will fit into any electric car and plug-in hybrid socket using type 1 or type 2.
Includes an adapter for the Tesla Super Charger port. The North American Standard for Tesla vehicles.
Equipped with a self-test function. Pressing a button lets you check if the Emergency Plug’s software works correctly before connecting. When correctly operated, the luminous edge of the Emergency Plug will illuminate green and is ready to use.
The Emergency Plug illuminates blue when active, letting you know the vehicle is safe to approach.
An electric car usually locks the charging plug to prevent theft. This makes it virtually impossible to disconnect while charging. The Emergency Plug has been designed to disconnect whenever needed, allowing for easy release.
Includes software updates.
Who Should Use the Emergency Plug®?:
Ambulance / EMS
Auto Service Centers
Always follow local safety protocols when working on any motor vehicle.