Electric Vehicle Charging (EV)

Customizable Charging Options

Electric vehicle chargers, also known as EV chargers or charging stations, are devices used to recharge the batteries of electric vehicles. These chargers provide electrical power to the vehicle’s battery pack, allowing the vehicle to travel longer distances.

There are various types of EV chargers available, including:

Level 2 Chargers:

These chargers require a 240V outlet and provide a faster charging rate compared to Level 1 chargers. Level 2 chargers can deliver around 15-25 miles of range per hour, depending on the vehicle and charger specifications.

DC Fast Chargers:

Also known as Level 3 chargers, these chargers provide high-powered DC (direct current) charging directly to the vehicle's battery. DC fast chargers can charge an electric vehicle to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes or less, providing a significant boost in charging speeds compared to Level 1 and Level 2 chargers.

Electric vehicle chargers can be found in various locations, including residential areas, workplaces, public parking spaces, shopping centres, and along motorway service stations. Charging stations are often equipped with multiple chargers to accommodate several electric vehicles at once. It’s worth noting that different electric vehicle models have different charging capabilities, so it’s essential to check the vehicle’s specifications and ensure compatibility with the charger being used. Additionally, some EV charging networks require a subscription or payment for usage, while others may offer free charging. Fastpoint are installers of a wide range of EV charging manufacturers from Project EV to HyperVolt and carry out installations in both domestic and business environments.

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