Electric vehicles have come in to their own, with a wide selection of cars and trucks, affordable prices, and support from multiple manufacturers. As we move forward the market offers better selection, more affordable pricing and longer range between charging.
All of these vehicles share a common reality - they need to be recharged. Electrical vehicle chargers or EV chargers are installed in homes and businesses.
EV chargers are available in a range of classes and power ranging from low economical vehicle chargers for home use, up to and including more commercial EV chargers, some of which include features like RF key tags to facilitate access control.
Level 1 EV Chargers are least expensive and use a 120V plug, allowing them to be installed pretty much anywhere. They offer a basic charge and are meant for home users running an overnight charge.
Level 2 EV Chargers use 208V/240V for residential and commercial applications and offer a much faster charge, making them practical for homeowners needing quick charging or commercial applications.