Types of EV Chargers
EV chargers can be installed in both commercial and residential properties and can be owned and operated by the property owner or by a third-party company. Government incentives and funding may also be available to help offset the cost of installing EV chargers.
Level 1 Chargers
These are the slowest type of charger and typically use a standard 120-volt outlet. They can add 2-5 miles of range per hour of charging.
Level 2 chargers
These are faster than Level 1 chargers and typically use a 240-volt outlet, similar to a clothes dryer or oven. They can add 10-25 miles of range per hour of charging.
DC Fast Chargers
These are the fastest type of charger available, they can charge an EV battery to 80% in 30 minutes. They use direct current (DC) power and require specialized equipment and installation.
This technology uses electromagnetic fields to transfer energy between the charging station and the vehicle.
Drivers who choose a home charging point benefit from faster charge times, providing up 32A of current as opposed to 13A from a standard socket.
Multiple charge modes can be selected to provide energy to suit your needs. Limit to only using surplus PV energy, fast charging or utilising economy energy tariffs are often featured.
Electric Car Charger Options
We offer a broad range of EV chargers to suit specific customer requirements.
32A Car Charging linked to Export with Boost Function Available. The Zappi EV Charger offered by MyEnergi was featured by Robert Llewelyn on his Web Series, Fully Charged.
Metered, monitored and high output systems designed to power you employees and customers EV’s.
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