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NEMA 10-50 EV Chargers

We do not recommend buying this type of level 2 EV charger from third party websites.

Nema 10 50

This plug type was used commonly until the early 1990s but is no longer recommended and is against electrical code. The plug does not have any kind of grounding wire which poses an electrical safety risk. We recommend calling a licensed electrician to have this 240V plug changed. The most common 240V EV charger that includes a ground is our NEMA 14-50 Level 2 EV charger. We recommend TotalEV™ which provides the fastest charging capability. A link to our level 2 NEMA 14-50 EV charger and level 2 NEMA 14-30 EV charger section is here.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the NEMA 10-50 Level 2 EV Charger:

The level 2 NEMA 10-50 PLUG Level 2 EV Charger provides 4 to 8 times more charging power compared to a standard Level 1 charger giving you more range more quickly. We stock a powerful 30 Amp or 40 Amp Level 2 NEMA 10-50 EV Charger, 240 Volt compatible with all cars in the U.S. The level 2 NEMA 10-50 EV Charger interfaces for maximum possible charging rate on your 10-50 plug.

The 10-50 EV charger plug connects directly into your existing standard household 3 pin 10-50 outlet, typically used for electric dryers and rangers. No need to install anything in the home – plug and charge! This charger has built-in protection against power surges that can damage your car’s battery.

We offer the NEMA 10-50 EV Charger, in 25 feet and 32 feet lengths, so you can choose the perfect NEMA 10-50 ev charger for you. This power standard is still included in the NEMA standard, although it has since been depreciated because of it’s lack of a grounding conductor.

The NEMA 14-50 is a grounded plug. If your socket uses 16/3C or 18/3C cable wiring, do not use this charger and outlet systems and you may consider an electrician to change over the NEMA 10-50 plug to a NEMA 14-50.

This plug is generally obsolete and state and local codes generally require mandatory replacement with a 14-50 by a licensed electrician. If your socket uses 16/3C or 18/3C cable wiring, do not use this charger.


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