Our charging stations are suitable for different charging scenarios, including residential and commercial uses, and they are designed to be accessible for everyone.
With more than 50 patents, we have developed various optimized EV charging solutions and innovative product designs that meet both national and European standards.
We deliver the high quality products by acquiring industry-recognized quality certifications, including CQC certificate, CE certificate, CB test certificate, etc.
At highly competitive prices we provide an array of EV chargers that are very affordable by removing all unnecessary production costs.
Service & Support
An installation guide showing you the procedures for installing the Home EV charging equipment comes along with the charger on delivery.
To ensure you get maximum benefits and demonstrate our commitment to customers’ satisfaction, we give a 2-year warranty for the charger after installation.
Our after-sales support team is on the ground and available round the clock to give you all the assistance you need if you ever run into any difficulty using the EV charger.
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
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Frequently Asked Questions
Using an EV charger to charge your Electric Vehicle has some benefits that might not be immediately obvious to you, especially if you are a newbie.
Firstly, an EV charger is the safest means to charge your EV cells because other devices tend to take longer to charge the EV cells giving rise to overheating of the terminals, which can cause damage to the batteries or, in extreme cases, lead to an explosion.
Secondly, as hinted above, an EV charger is the fastest device to charge your EVs as it can be up to ten times the speed of charging with an ordinary cable, making it safer.
Thirdly, the EV charger is more affordable since you can use it to charge during off-peak periods when electricity tariffs are low.
Standardly, you will often find universal chargers for electric cars. However, there are generally three levels of electric car chargers, including level 1 and level 2 EV car chargers which form most EV car chargers in the market. Still, there is the third type of EV car charger, the Tesla Supercharger, and they form a minority of the car chargers in the market today. Tesla superchargers are not compatible with any other EV other than a Tesla EV.
The charging time of an EV battery from 0-100% depends on certain factors, including the charging plug type, the battery size, and the charging station capacity. A typical 60kWh EV battery can take up to 8 hours using a 7kW charging station from 0-100%. In some rare cases of a faulty charging station with a low voltage supply, charging your electric vehicles can take almost 16 hours to charge, but this is not the norm.
Electric vehicle chargers have specific design parameters to meet safety from weather-related threats like electric sparks from water contact and short-circuiting. Naturally, their waterproof and weatherproof charging devices like the plugs and the charging stations have highly protective components that shield them from water penetration. These protective elements ensure that there are no sparks or surges due to the ingress of water that can put the lives of the passengers in danger. Likewise, EVs have protection against current loss and especially lightning. They are equipped with lightning arresters that collect the electrical charges during a lightning strike, take it through the metal exterior of the body, and safely pass it to the ground.
While DLB is still the best way to avoid exceeding the power capacity of your house, there are equally effective ways that can save you the hassle and expenses while still efficiently charging your EV battery. Firstly, by using the dip switch, which is a common feature with most EV chargers, you can limit the output of your EV charger to specific power production. While this method may be inexpensive and easy to carry out, it doesn’t take care of extra appliances, and the charging time is significantly more. On the flip side, you might decide to program the charger for night charging when the electricity usage is lower, and the cost is less. This method helps you not to exceed the power capacity of your house and can be effective for additional appliances. However, charging your EV during the day becomes impossible as the charger has already been programmed for night charging.
Generally, installing an EV charging station is not difficult for a trained technician. Installing a home charging unit will require two to four hours of installation time. Still, technicians will need to consider different installation factors that might impede their installation, including the position of the charging unit, charging unit type and the type of house.
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