Home Charging Solution

Power output ranging from 7 to 22 kW. Featuring a compact design, global charging interface support, user authorization, and easy installation, our AC chargers are perfectly suited for home charging.

Lite Series S02W

Lite Series S02W

Lite Series AC Charger is built to make charging at home effortless so you wake up to a fully charged electric vehicle, every single day.Intuitive, reliable, and smart home charging
Home/ Dealership
NeoX Series S06W

NeoX Series S06W

Easy, intelligent, and insightful. NeoX Series AC Chargers let you track, manage, and optimize electric vehicle charging from the palm of your hand,unlock the full potential of your charging station.Designed to perform, built to last. Water, dust, and impact-proof, NeoX is designed to withstand the
Workplaces/CPO/Retail & hospitality/Commercial parking / Fleets
NeoX Series S07W

NeoX Series S07W

Enjoy full remote control over your charging sessions with our app. Packed with intuitive features to make your life easier, NeoX Dual Series AC Charger ensures charging at home is quick and simple,effortless charging your way.
Home / Workplaces/ CPO / Retail & hospitality/ Commercial parking / Fleets / Dealership

EV Charging FAQs

An AC charger for electric vehicles (EVs) operates by taking electricity from the grid, which is typically in the form of Alternating Current (AC), and converting it into the Direct Current (DC) necessary for charging the EV’s battery. This conversion process ensures that the EV receives the correct voltage and current for efficient charging.

AC chargers are best suited for routine charging scenarios, such as at home, at the workplace, or in locations where EVs remain parked for extended periods. They are beneficial for overnight charging or when the vehicle is stationary for an extended duration, such as during work hours or shopping.

AC chargers can be used to charge a wide range of electric vehicles (EVs). They are compatible with various types of electric vehicles, including:
  1. Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs): These EVs run solely on electric power and have no internal combustion engine. Examples include the Tesla Model 3 and Nissan Leaf.
  2. Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs): PHEVs have both electric and gasoline engines. They can operate in electric-only mode for a certain distance before switching to gasoline. Examples include the Toyota Prius Prime and Ford Escape PHEV.
  3. Extended-Range Electric Vehicles (EREVs): EREVs have an electric motor that drives the wheels, but they also have a gasoline generator to extend their range when the battery is depleted. The Chevrolet Volt is an example of an EREV.
  4. Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs): While not typically charged externally, some HEVs have a plug for limited electric-only driving. Most HEVs use regenerative braking to charge their batteries and do not require external charging. Examples include the Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.
AC chargers are versatile and can accommodate these different types of electric vehicles, making them a convenient option for charging a wide range of EVs at home, workplaces, and public charging stations.
Level 2 AC chargers offer a moderate charging speed suitable for various electric vehicles. Depending on the charger’s specifications, they typically provide power in the range of 3 to 22 kilowatts (kW).
For example:
  1. A Level 2 charger with a power output of 7 kW can charge a mid-sized electric car, like the Nissan Leaf, from empty to full in approximately 6-8 hours.
  2. If you have a Tesla Model 3, which has a larger battery capacity, a Level 2 charger with a power output of 11 kW may take around 9-11 hours for a full charge.
These charging times are practical for overnight charging at home, workplace charging during the day, or in scenarios where your electric vehicle remains parked for an extended period.

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