Electrify America

Electrify America

Electrify America

$449.00

The Electrify America electric car charger will quickly charge electric cars like the Chevy Bolt, Nissan LEAF or BMW i3 and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models like the Chevy Volt or Ford Fusion Energi.

A simple wall outlet just doesn’t cut it anymore to charge your electric car. Charge your electric car more quickly with the Electrify America Home Charger, a 240-volt Level 2 home charger that delivers up to 32 amps of power to keep you driving.

Charging Status Light

It’s easy to see your charging status with the LED color indicator. The ring around the charger will flash blue when your car is charging and light up green when your battery is full. In order to save electricity, the light will dim when you move away from the charger.

Install Indoors or Outdoors

The NEMA 3R enclosure protects your charger so it can be mounted inside or outside. The 24-foot long cable makes it easy to plug in your car no matter where the charger is mounted. Placement and environmental factors can affect performance – see Operating Instructions for details.

Flexible Installation Options

The L2 home charger comes with a standard NEMA 14-50 supply power plug. The unit can also be hardwired by the Smart Charge America installation team.

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To purchase the Electrify America electric car charger, request a free quote for installing a home electric car charging station and be sure to mention the Electrify America charging station to your Smart Charge America advisor.

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Additional information

Vehicle Type

Nissan, Chevrolet, BMW, Ford, Other

Cable Length

24 Feet

Installation Type

Plug In

Weather Rating

Indoor, Outdoor

Charging Level

Level 2 (240 V)

Output (kW)

7.6 kW

Amps (A)

32 Amps

Volts (V)

240 Volts

Warranty Protection

3 Years

Ports

Single Port

Networking

Networked

Cable Management

Straight

Manufacturer

Electrify America

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