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Charging Stations for homes and apartments

Charging Stations for Homes and Apartments

You can easily charge your electric vehicles by installing an EV charging station in your home or apartment. While it is the most convenient option of charging your EVs, it is also the most cost effective and fastest EV charging option. Home charging stations often take advantage of the very cheap tariffs during the off-peak period to charge EVs. Additionally, there are smart applications that let you remotely control your charging from the comfort of your home. 

  • It is very convenient 
  • It is a cost-effective EV charging option 
  • It is the safest charging option

Charging Stations for Commercial Building

Commercial buildings often offer customers a lot of value for their money and businesses try to outdo competition by increasing the value they offer. Having a charging station offers so many benefits to the business whether it is a mall, hotel, or an office complex. It also gives you an edge over your competitions as the convenience of charging EVs while engaging with your business gives customers so much convenience. 

  • Increases tenancy and invites new customers
  • Provides additional profit for the business 
  • Serves as incentives and helps to keep top employees
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Charging Stations for Public Parking

Charging Stations for Public Parking

Sometimes, you find out that you are running low on battery power and have to charge your EV battery. Public charging stations often come in handy to boost your battery juices. Most install the fast DC charging stations that can charge even the biggest batteries in less than one hour with their 350kW charging capacity. What’s more, you’ll find these chargers on highways, fleet depots, and rest stops where drivers can do quick shopping while they charge their EVs.

  • It attracts high-spending customers
  • Brings in additional profit
  • Secures your business for the long-term opportunities

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is my charging station connector compatible with my vehicle?

Just like you have with cell phones, different electric vehicles come with different charging station connectors which might not be compatible with many charging stations. However, for EVs the type of connector required is often dependent on the power rating of the charging station. Generally, charging sockets are either type 1 for slow charging or type 2 for fast charging and there is the third type for rapid DC charging. Nevertheless, most charge point come with a type 2 socket and EV drivers usually purchase a cable that is adaptable to both type 1 and type 2 socket to help them connect with both types when using a public charging station.

How do I know if my home electric system can handle car charging?

Identifying the type of charging station you want to install is the first step to determine if your home electric system can handle car charging. The three types include level 1 with a 120-volt supply, level 2 with a 240-volt supply, and level 3 with a 480-volt supply. The next step is to calculate the maximum power delivery that your local power supply company has allocated to your home. For this you multiply the voltage and the current supplied to your home. You must not install a charging station that will draw more than this maximum supplied power from the mains otherwise it might damage your electrical appliances. Some manufacturers now produce smart home chargers that automatically regulate the power drawn from the mains to avoid electrical overload.

Is it safe to charge my EV in the rain?

Charging your EV in the rain does not cause any harm or injury whatsoever both to the car, charger, or the individual. This is because home chargers are watertight both at the point of connection to the car and the charging station. What’s more, other weather conditions like snow, sandstorms, and fog have no negative effect on the safety of anyone. 

How long does it take to charge at a public charging station?

Charging time using a public charging station is often depending on the capacity of your EV battery and the type of charging. For instance, to charge a 200-mile range EV battery will take twice the time it takes to charge a 100-mile EV battery using a 240 volt charging station. However, the type of charging station is more critical to the time taken to charge your EV battery. While there are three levels of charging stations, most charging stations offer level 2 chargers with a 240 volts power supply. Level 1 supplies 120 volts which is often found in residentials. On the other hand, level 3 comes with a 480 volts supply, and it is the fastest but also the most expensive option. So, using the level 2 chargers with 240 volts that are common with most charging stations often take between four and five hours for a 100-mile EV battery. 

Can I charge my EV at any public charging station?

Most public charging stations often make adequate provision for most EVs to charge. The common challenge most EVs have with charging in public stations is the compatibility of car charging connectors. Nonetheless, there are different adaptors available to help solve this problem. Most public charging stations provide these connector adaptors to enable almost any type of EV to seamlessly connect and charge their batteries.

Is there a limit to how many ports I can install?

There is no limit to the number of charging ports you can install as long as you do exceed the maximum power supply allocated to your property. Hence, it is important to identify the type of power station you want to install and go through the power requirement for installing the EV charging station with an experienced electrician. Estimating the maximum allocated power supply for your property often involves finding out the voltage supplied by your electric distribution company multiplied by the current multiplied by the number of phases. So, a single-phase 230-volt supply with a 40-ampere current will give you a maximum power supply of 9,200VA (1 x 230 x 40). 

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