Electric vehicle charger [EVSE]

Electric vehicle supply equipment, or “EVSE”. Electric vehicle supply equipment is really the proper term to use, but the general public really hasn’t warmed up to that, and most people call EVSEs “charging stations.
We would be offering level 1 and level 2 chargers[EVSEs].
Our vehicles will come with a plug-in 120/240-volt Level 1/2 charger with a 25 feet long cables which is WiFi-connected with an app for smart-charging features available.

Our vehicles will be able to use level 1 or level 2 chargers, we would provides an adapter with every car which would allow them to use charging stations with the J1772 connector or type 2 charger.

What are the differences between the two chargers.

Every electric vehicle sold today comes standard with a 120-volt Level 1 portable charger. These chargers can be plugged into a simple household outlet, and don’t require any special installation.

level 2 charger.

These require a 240-volt outlet and this will have to be installed.This comes in two types.

  • Hardwired
  • Plug-in.

Hard wiring simply means the unit is permanently connected to the electric supply which cannot be removed without opening the charger up and removing the wiring. It is a permanent change solution and if the charging location requires to be changed, it can only be done by an experienced electrical technician.

A plug-in unit is a permanently connected to the electric supply, it simply plugs into an electrical sockets and can be used anywhere. it’s a flexible solution.

Level 1 chargers will deliver between 3 and 5 miles of range per hour to a typical electric car.
For level 2 chargers delivers between 12 and 60 miles per hour.
The number will be limited to how much electricity the car’s on-board charger can accept. The car is always in control of how much electricity it can take in to prevent damage to the battery park.