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Home Charging Solution

Charge with confidence from the comfort of your home with our intuitive EV charging solutions.

alvis series ev charger

Alvis series

AC
Stylish, network-connected for Type 2 EVs, featuring load balancing, PV charging, and ETSI EN 303 645 certified.
7kW/11kW
Residential
alvis series ev charger

Alvis series

AC
Stylish, network-connected for Type 2 EVs, featuring load balancing, PV charging, and ETSI EN 303 645 certified.
7kW/11kW
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caro series ev charger

Caro series

AC
Type 2, 1.6 OCPP, 2023 Red Dot Award winner, support solar charging, smart load balance management.
7kW/11kW
Residential
caro series ev charger

Caro series

AC
Type 2, 1.6 OCPP, 2023 Red Dot Award winner, support solar charging, smart load balance management.
7kW/11kW
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memo series ev charger

Memo series

AC
Wire-winding design, easy carrying with EVs, IP65, Space-saving and easy carrying with your EV
3.5kW
Residential / On-the-go / Backup
memo series ev charger

Memo series

AC
Wire-winding design, easy carrying with EVs, IP65, Space-saving and easy carrying with your EV
3.5kW
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nano series ev charger

Nano series

AC
For home/commercial use, remote control, QR code/card activation, 8 safety features, optional wireless, smart load balancing.
1x22kW / 2x11kW
Residential
nano series ev charger

Nano series

AC
For home/commercial use, remote control, QR code/card activation, 8 safety features, optional wireless, smart load balancing.
1x22kW / 2x11kW
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silk series ev charger

Silk series

AC
Type 1, 1.6 OCPP, UL certificated, 2023 Red Dot Award winner, support solar charging, smart load balance management.
40A (9.6kW) / 50A (12kW)
Residential
silk series ev charger

Silk series

AC
Type 1, 1.6 OCPP, UL certificated, 2023 Red Dot Award winner, support solar charging, smart load balance management.
40A (9.6kW) / 50A (12kW)
View All Silk series
ev charger software

Software

Charge your EV with Evchargo App. Remotely track, operate, and maintain your EV with EN Plus Evchargo Cloud.

robust structure
Robust
Structure
Evchargo Cloud
Evchargo
Cloud
Business Growth
Business
Growth
Extensive Compatibility
Extensive
Compatibility

Home EV Charging Applications

Benefits of Our Home Charging Solution

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Convenience:

You can charge your EV at any time, without worrying about the availability or operating hours of public charging stations.
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Intelligence:

With evchargo software, you can monitor and control your charging sessions, get notifications when fully charged, and schedule sessions in advance.
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Energize Your Savings

Home EV Charging can help you save money on energy costs by optimizing your charging schedule to take advantage of lower electricity rates during off-peak hours. This can result in significant savings over time, especially for frequent EV users. Moreover, Home EV Charging can monitor your energy consumption and provide insights into how you can better manage your home energy usage.

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Energize Your Savings

Optimize EV charging at home to save money. Use off-peak rates for lower costs and monitor energy use for efficient consumption and savings
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Safe and Reliable

Home EV Charging offers smart features for remote monitoring and control via an app. Track progress, get full charge alerts, and schedule sessions.
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Smart Connectivity

Offering smart features for remote monitoring and control via an app. Track progress, get full charge alerts, and schedule sessions.

Case Study

home charging solution case study

FAQs for Home EV Charging Solution

Home chargers, typically Level 2 AC chargers, are designed for residential use and operate by connecting to a standard 240-volt electrical supply. They use alternating current (AC) power from the electrical grid, which is converted into the direct current (DC) needed to charge an electric vehicle (EV). This conversion from AC to DC is typically done within the EV itself through the vehicle’s onboard charger.

The advantages of home chargers include the convenience of charging your EV overnight or whenever it’s parked at home, ensuring that your vehicle is ready for daily use. Additionally, home chargers are cost-effective in the long run as they typically offer lower charging rates than public charging stations.

Home chargers require a standard 240-volt electrical supply, similar to what is used for large household appliances like clothes dryers and ovens. The output power of Level 2 home chargers typically ranges from 3.3 kW to 7.7 kW or higher, depending on the charger’s specifications and the EV’s compatibility. This power level determines the charging speed, with higher power chargers providing faster charging.

Home chargers, typically Level 2 AC chargers, are designed for residential use and operate by connecting to a standard 240-volt electrical supply. They use alternating current (AC) power from the electrical grid, which is converted into the direct current (DC) needed to charge an electric vehicle (EV). This conversion from AC to DC is typically done within the EV itself through the vehicle’s onboard charger.

The advantages of home chargers include the convenience of charging your EV overnight or whenever it’s parked at home, ensuring that your vehicle is ready for daily use. Additionally, home chargers are cost-effective in the long run as they typically offer lower charging rates than public charging stations.

Home chargers require a standard 240-volt electrical supply, similar to what is used for large household appliances like clothes dryers and ovens. The output power of Level 2 home chargers typically ranges from 3.3 kW to 7.7 kW or higher, depending on the charger’s specifications and the EV’s compatibility. This power level determines the charging speed, with higher power chargers providing faster charging.

Home chargers, typically Level 2 AC chargers, are designed for residential use and operate by connecting to a standard 240-volt electrical supply. They use alternating current (AC) power from the electrical grid, which is converted into the direct current (DC) needed to charge an electric vehicle (EV). This conversion from AC to DC is typically done within the EV itself through the vehicle’s onboard charger.

The advantages of home chargers include the convenience of charging your EV overnight or whenever it’s parked at home, ensuring that your vehicle is ready for daily use. Additionally, home chargers are cost-effective in the long run as they typically offer lower charging rates than public charging stations.

Home chargers require a standard 240-volt electrical supply, similar to what is used for large household appliances like clothes dryers and ovens. The output power of Level 2 home chargers typically ranges from 3.3 kW to 7.7 kW or higher, depending on the charger’s specifications and the EV’s compatibility. This power level determines the charging speed, with higher power chargers providing faster charging.

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