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Adjustable Current EV Chargers

Starting at $229

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Choosing the right plug for your home

Make sure the plug type you choose matches the outlet type you have at home. While many outlets look similar, they are definitely not the same. The one called NEMA 5-15 is the regular 120V household outlet that all home appliances use, while other outlet types, such as the 14-50 or 6-50 (The two most popular EV Charging Outlets), get installed specifically for appliances or EV Chargers that require 240V. That said, there are more 240V outlet types that are commonly used, such as the NEMA 14-30, 6-30, 6-20, L14-30, and more.

Pick the power level and EV plug type to suit your car. Highest power EV charging for each plug type with delay charging feature until off-peak hours. 100% vehicle compatibility in a complete EV charging solution of EV charger, hanger, cable protector, charging cover, and carry case. 
  • High Power: Level 2, 240 volt charging
  • FlexBox™: Smallest footprint EV charger
  • Flexible: Mobile, portable, or mountable wallbox
  • Easy to use: Ready to charge. No programming 
  • Charge Status: Oversized oval green charge light
  • Touchscreen: Easy-to-read, digital indicators
  • HD: LCD screen and LED control box lights
  • Delayed charging: Charge at night during off-peak hours
  • Extended length: No cable stretching, driveway parking
  • Ready to use: No installation needed – Plug-in, no hardwiring
  • All-in-one: Charger, hanger, cable protector, and charger cover