You can shop by selecting your car make and model, by plug depending on what you have at home or by choosing our innovative retractable cable EZ-EV REELS.
You can also see our wide selection of EV charging accessories.
The only portable EV charger with built-in ground fault detection.
We only offer EV plug types based on recommended electrical code.
No more inconvenient breakers tripping. Our EV charger power settings do not exceed the plug’s capacity.
Many people ask this question and the answer is yes, all EV chargers are the same. There are two different types of charger that can be used to charge an electric vehicle. They are called level 1 and level 2 chargers. Level one chargers require a regular home outlet for power while level 2 chargers use 400-480 volts which would need to come from special equipment installed at your house or business. This means you are able to charge your car much faster using a level 2 chargers.
At first, all electric vehicles were only designed to use level one chargers but now most manufacturers offer an option for installing a level two charger at home or work.
What does Level 2 EV charging mean? Level 2 chargers are also known as 240-volt fast chargers, and they can charge an electric car in about 30 minutes. They offer a substantial time-saving advantage over Level 1 or 120-volt “level one” chargers which take around 4 hours to fully recharge your vehicle’s battery. So the question is: Is it worth spending the extra money on a Level 2 charger if you have a Level 1 outlet at home?
There are a few things to consider. Level one chargers come with the purchase of many electric vehicles, so you should double-check with your manufacturer about what type of charger they provide and whether or not this is included in the price. If it’s not, there will be an additional cost for installation as well. The good news? We stock a whole range of level 2 ev chargers.
There are three different types of EV charging plugs that you can use to charge your electric vehicle. What is the difference between them? The first type of plug, called a Type 1, is used by most cars and trucks made in North America. This is also known as an SAE J1772 connector. It looks like this:
The second type of plug, known as a Type 2 or Mennekes connector, is used by many Asian brands such as Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
Lastly there’s the Tesla Supercharger which allows for high-speed charging – delivering up to 120 kW from a single car charger with no reduction in battery performance or capacity over time.
Yes, all US electric and plug-in hybrid cars use a Type 1 connector. This is sometimes referred to as an SAE J1772. The Type 1 (SAE JA772) plugs support Level 1 and Level 2 charging standards. Using our EV chargers you will be able to charge all Electric cars and Plug Hybrids including Ford, Tesla, Nissan and Mercedes.
We are two brothers that started the UK’s 2nd biggest ev charging supply company and then expanded to the U.S. Based in Southern California, we wanted to provide a broader range of ev chargers and accessories, as well as help consumers navigate the complexity of the ev charging industry. We provide the widest range of fast, ready-to-go installation-free plug-in chargers. We are the only company in the U.S that stocks products locally in the U.S. with every charger type for every domestic U.S. plug type. Most of the West Coast is supplied within two days.
No more technical jargon. You can also click on our EV Charger Tool we built for the U.S. electric vehicle car market to find the best match for your vehicle.
Safety is also important to us. We see plug types that have been outlawed in some states being fitted onto chargers. We see chargers with amperes greater than or the same ampere rating of the plug receptacle being sold. We have socket adapters that are not safe to be used. We do not sell any of those products.