Electric vehicle chargers for home charging

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EV Level 1 Charger/ Home Charging Stations

Portable box

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Home Mini Wallbox

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Smart Home Wallbox

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Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between a Level 1 and Level 2 EV charger?

Generally, the charging of EVs occurs at different rates depending on the level of power delivery of the power station. Level 1 and 2 charging stations deliver power to Electric Vehicles at different rates, and this is the major difference between the two levels of charging stations. Consequently, the length of time it takes both levels of the charging station to charge the same EV battery will differ significantly. Hence, you need to critically consider the most suitable charging station for effectively charging your EV. Frankly, you may need to consult an expert to help you choose an appropriate charging station that meets your car requirements and home power capacity.

What charger is best for me?

Choosing the best-suited EV charger may require that you carefully consider some essential factors. These factors will include the cable length of the charger, the parking distance, electricity billing, and EV type. Sometimes, you might even have to consider other things like the possibility of purchasing an extra EV in the future and internet connectivity. Nonetheless, you may still have to go through these factors with our expert to help you choose what we believe will adequately suit your needs.

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

We have many years of experience in estimating EV charging load requirements. We can help you carry out a thorough evaluation of your home electrical load calculation to ascertain if the load requirement of your EV will not exceed your home electrical power supply. Additionally, adhering to industry standards of electrical load estimation, we employ the National Electrical Code when doing the load calculation.

How much electricity will my charger use?

The cost of electricity that you incur using your EV charger will significantly depend on your driving habits, including how long you spend on the road and the efficiency of your battery to retain power. Take an EV with a 60 miles drive distance per day, averaging about 15kWh for the trip. Taking the national average cost as $0.15 per kWh, we can estimate the cost of this drive as $2.25 per day ($0.15 x 15kWh). However, you can get an accurate estimate by talking to an expert giving details of your EV model and driving habit.

Is it possible that my station might get stolen outside?

Portable charging stations are most susceptible to theft if installed outside and can be a source of additional cost when trying to replace it after it’s been stolen. However, locking systems and devices restrict thieves from stealing your charging stations. So, we recommend getting a locking system for your EV charging station should you decide to install it outside.

Can I install my EV charging point?

EVs have a unique design that makes them different from other battery-powered devices. The connection of an EV to a power source during charging is also special as it tends to use up a lot of power continuously for long hours. This can pose some difficulty to the home electric system if an expert is not involved in the installation and can be a source of hazard and can cause severe harm in the case of a power surge. Hence, you need an expert with extensive knowledge of EVs and EV charging stations for your installation to avoid any occurrence of mishap.

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