Things You Should Know About EV Chargers
EV chargers don’t function the same as the outlets you have at home. They require special installation from an experienced team. From volts to power supply, we are going to delve deeper so you gain a full understanding of the product.
An EV charger’s power is counted through bolts and needs a power supply of electric 240 volts. The involvement of this high voltage installation requires the interference of a fully licenced electrician. While an EV charger needs a 240 volts power supply, you can plug your charger using a 120-volt outlet. However, it will charge more slowly than the 240-volt outlet.
Fortunately, you can leave your charger plugged in overnight as electric cars have a built-in monitoring system that stops charging when full. Our passion is the connectivity between your house and car. We will always take the time to listen to you, ensuring your needs are catered to.