EV CHARGING STATIONS

An electric vehicle charging station, also known as an EVSE (electric vehicle supply equipment), can provide the power to your EV just like gasoline powers a fuel-based car. So the unit installed on your garage wall is not actually a "charger," although it is commonly called that. The unit is also called an EVSE, for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment. If you're looking to install something to charge your electric car in your garage, carport, or elsewhere, a "charging station" or EVSE is what you want.

 

While 240-volt charging stations aren't complicated, there are many different options on the market. Some important features need to be considered when selecting your EV CHARGING STATION.

  • Volts - AMPS and KILOWATTS (think about volts, amps, and kilowatts as if you were moving water instead of electricity:Volts are like the water pressure. Amps measure flow rate. Kilowatts measure how much power you get when you multiply the volts (pressure) and the amps (volume)).

  • Location: outside vs. inside

  • Plugged-in vs. hardwired EVSEs

  • Wi-Fi connected capabilities

  • Charging station cable length 

  • Price of EV charging stations 

  • EV tax credits and incentives

  • Installation

 
HCS-40P Plug-in by ClipperCreek

  FEATURES:

  • DURABLE

  • GREAT FOR OUTDOORS

  • SEPARATE HOLSTER HOLDER

  FEATURES:

  • WI-FI EQUIPPED

  • NATIONAL NETWORK 

Charge Point Home 32 Amp Plug-in
 
Leviton_ Evr-Green e40 Electric Vehicle

  FEATURES:

  • HIGHER AMP CAPACITY

  • CLEAN INTERFACE

  • NEMA 4 ENCLOSURE

 
 
JuiceBox Pro 40A by Motor Werks

  FEATURES:

  • HIGHER AMP CAPACITY

  • Wi-Fi EQUIPPED​

  • PORTABLE

Versi Charge by Siemens Industry

  FEATURES:

  • SIMPLE DISPLAY

  • EASY INSTALLATION