California, in 2009 and its hcs40 level 2 home station is one of the best selling charges to date in 2022, the box that houses, the hardware is larger than most competitors and the hcs40s charge rate maxes out at 32 amps that will still charge most electric vehicles On the road today, at their highest rate possible on household current, but its about 20 percent, less than experts recommend for the long view, beyond that, the hcs40s features still hold up well. Its case is rated nema 4 for extreme weather and its connector cord measures 25 feet. It comes with a remote connector holster that you can hang where you want it as in right. Next to your evs charge, port wherever that may be, it has a keyed lock that can secure the connector in your charge, port or the holster and theres even an optional cord retractor, its warranted for three years and clipper creeks customer service is praised in ev circles. Number four: the pulsar plus, is an extra compact level, 2 residential charge station, its suitable for outdoor use with 40 amps of charging power and most of the preferred features, including a 25 foot, connector, cable and a mobile app. And if the app loses its connection with the charger or you dont feel like messing with it, you can just plug in your evm charge. Yet what separates pulsar, plus from nearly all other home charge stations, is its power sharing feature. This allows more than one unit to be connected to the same electrical circuit to safely charge multiple evs at once, without exceeding the circuits capacity built in smart power management, automatically balances charging to ensure the most efficient energy distribution.

Among the various charges on the circuit, no need for extra hardware further, while box says its developing the capability to meter each pulsar plus charges separately and directly bill individuals. This might be your future if home is a multi unit, welling shared with other occupants number three grizzly smart is a level two charger that is said to pair with an eav charging app that uses the ocpp open charge. Point protocol 1.6, all at a price of 5′ as such its one of the cheapest smart units and claims multi network reliability. However, our testing reveals immense difficulty to get us to connect inevitability. Taking months to function correctly, grizzly has made changes to the connection process considerably. Since our first attempt – and we were eventually able to get our unit firmware, update and get it connected to the charged lab app, if you couldnt tell by the name, the grizzly charger is built for rugged use with a beefy, aluminum enclosure and comical decal, showing a Small off road vehicle running over it, output ranges from an adjustable 40 amps to 12 amps, and the beefy cabling is an adequate 24 feet long. It also includes a wall mount the pitfalls of the grizzly charger lie in its design to change output levels in the grizzly. You have to take off the front cover and toggle dip switches, as opposed to the app function on the charge, point or juice box. Griz leaders allow for pre ordered models to be set to a specific setting to save that hassle.

The cover also has to be removed to reset the wi fi connection, which we did numerous times while trying to connect the interface number. Two chargepoint is probably best known for its extensive public charging network, but the company does offer some level two. Electric car charges for home use the home flex unit. We tested even utilizes the same charge. Point app that customers already use to access the public network owners can register the type of ev they own within the app which allows for accurate battery percentage figures and mileage tracking based on epa mileage ratings. If youre so inclined, you can also view charge rate graphs, charge, time records and even total energy output utilized for a given charge. It is worth noting that the charge point vehicle database is not nearly as extensive or up to date as the juice box offerings. However, the real advantage of the home flex comes from its supreme cost tracking capability. We were able to select from dozens of different rate plans from the local utility company during testing, allowing us to maximize every dollar spent to top up the battery. The charge point might have the highest cost of entry on this list, but with the right owner it should have no trouble recouping some of that investment number one juicebox charger is the most feature rich highest output level – 2 charger in this test. So its no surprise it turns at operating the juice box is not the cheapest option, though the performance of the 40 amp version we tested is well worth the nearly 700 price tag.

A 48 amp version that matches the tesla wall. Connector output is also available or theres a cheaper 32 amp version, with a cord length of 25 feet and built in cord management, its hard to fault the juice box from a space and practicality standpoint. As far as home ev charges go, the juice box is the most nuanced. It monitors and reports detailed energy, outputs and charge time for each charging session allows the user to set up adjustable notifications and even can take advantage of different electricity pricing by customizing charge times. The juice box has an extensive and up to date, vehicle database, allowing for the features listed above to adapt to a variety of evs seamlessly with a three year limited warranty for home ev charging the juice box is a great choice for those looking to have it All thanks for watching guys.

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