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Robust construction, made with long-lasting materials. Overheat and overcurrent protection. Flame resistant. Lightning Proof.
Compatible with electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Unique 33 Ft length option for every charger. Safe for indoor and outdoor usage.
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EV Chargers provide different charging times depending on the type of charger and your plug at home. Level 1 chargers are generally 3 pin plug chargers with much slower charge times. Level 2 chargers are generally 4 pin plug chargers with more power so will charge more quickly.
Yes a Level 2 charger is worth the extra premium (generally $150-$200). This is because it provides a much faster charge time for your vehicle and can reduce charge times by around 50% depending on the type of car you have.
The first type of plug, called a Type 1, is used by most cars and trucks made in North America. This is also known as an SAE J1772 connector. It looks like this:
The second type of plug, known as a Type 2 or Mennekes connector, is used by many Asian brands such as Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
Lastly there’s the Tesla Supercharger which allows for high-speed charging – delivering up to 120 kW from a single car charger with no reduction in battery performance or capacity over time.
Yes, all US electric and plug-in hybrid cars use a Type 1 connector. This is sometimes referred to as an SAE J1772. The Type 1 (SAE JA772) plugs support Level 1 and Level 2 charging standards. Using our EV chargers you will be able to charge all Electric cars and Plug Hybrids including Ford, Tesla, Nissan and Mercedes.