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It’s no secret that choosing the best EV charger for your home can be a difficult process. According to a study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, EV sales were up 16 percent in the first quarter of 2019 compared with last year. But while more people are buying EVs, it can still be difficult to find chargers at gas stations or grocery stores. That’s why it’s important to know what your options are for charging at home or on the go so you can make sure your vehicle never runs out of juice!

Consider these EV chargers for your home.

  • AeroVironment Qualcomm Fast Charger
  • Tesla Wall Connector
  • ClipperCreek HCS-4040
  • Schneider Electric EVLink 40A

ChargePoint Home-Lux High Power Wall Charger

ChargePoint Home-Lux High Power Wall Charger is a Level 2 EV charger with a hardwired design, making it suitable for indoor or outdoor use. It’s also a high power charger with a maximum output of 24kW and 40A of current. This means that you can plug in your car at night and wake up to a full battery by morning!

ClipperCreek HCS-40P

The ClipperCreek HCS-40P is a 240-volt charger with 40 amps and 40 feet of cable. It uses a NEMA 6-50P outlet, which is commonly found in homes with electric dryers and ranges. This makes the ClipperCreek HCS-40P an ideal choice for owners who already have an electric dryer or range installed in their garage or carport.

AeroVironment Electric Vehicle Charger (240-volt)

The AeroVironment Electric Vehicle Charger (240-volt) is a high-speed 240-volt charger that can charge your EV battery in as little as 3.5 hours. The AeroVironment Electric Vehicle Charger (240-volt) is designed to be used indoors or outdoors and is a Level 2 charger, which means it has a maximum charging speed of 22 kilowatts or 50 amps.

GE Indoor/Outdoor Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charger

This is a level 2 charger, meaning it can charge your car at a rate of up to 22kW. It’s an indoor/outdoor EV charger, so you can leave it outside in bad weather and it’ll be fine. You’ll need to bring your own cables and power cord if you don’t already have them on hand (most people do).

This GE brand EV charger has a 40 amp output for 240 volt charging, which means that it will work with any electric vehicle that uses standard J1772 plugs–this includes Teslas as well as other makes like Chevy Bolts or Nissan Leafs.

Choosing the best EV charger for your needs.

The first thing you should consider is how often you’ll use it and what kind of vehicle you have. Next, think about how many outlets and power needs are required by your home or business. And finally, don’t forget to factor in budget issues–you don’t want to spend more than necessary on a charger!

Once these considerations have been made, it’s time to look into other factors such as outdoor use versus indoor use; charging speeds; compatibility with various makes and models of electric vehicles (EVs); and whether or not there are any special features like timers or remote control capabilities that would make using the device more convenient for users who aren’t always able to physically supervise charging sessions themselves due either directly because they’re working away from home/office during those times or indirectly because charging stations tend not ively located near where drivers live so having access remotely helps ensure safety while still allowing freedom from being tied down all day long waiting around just in case something goes wrong while driving around town trying hard not lose track


We hope this article has helped you decide which EV charger is best for you. If you’re still not sure, we recommend looking at our top picks above or taking into account the factors that are most important to your situation (such as budget, availability of power and installation type).

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