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Charger Types and Speeds

EVs can be charged using electric vehicle service equipment (EVSE) operating at different charging speeds.

Level 1

Level 1 equipment provides charging through a common residential 120-volt (120V) AC outlet. Level 1 chargers can take 40-50 hours to charge a BEV to 80 percent from empty and 5-6 hours for a PHEV.

Level 2

Level 2 equipment offers higher-rate AC charging through 240V (in residential applications) or 208V (in commercial applications) electrical service, and is common for home, workplace, and public charging. Level 2 chargers can charge a BEV to 80 percent from empty in 4-10 hours and a PHEV in 1-2 hours.

Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC)

Direct current fast charging (DCFC) equipment offers Rapid charging along heavy-traffic corridors at installed stations. DCFC equipment can charge a BEV to 80 percent in just 20 minutes to 1 hour. Most PHEVs currently on the market do not work with fast chargers.

Level 2 and DCFC equipment has been deployed at various public locations including, for example, at grocery stores, theaters, or coffee shops. When selecting a charger type, consider its voltages, resulting charging and vehicle dwell times, and estimated up-front and ongoing costs.

The figure below shows typical Level 2 and DCFC charging stations 1.

EV Charging Minimum Standards Rule

FHWA, with support from the Joint Office of Energy Transportation, unveiled new national standards for federally funded EV chargers in February 2023. These new standards aim to ensure that charging is a predictable and reliable experience for EV drivers. This includes ensuring that drivers can easily find a charger, do not need multiple apps and/or accounts to charge, chargers work when drivers need them to, and are designed to be compatible in the future with forward-looking charging capabilities.

The rule establishes minimum technical standards for charging stations, including required number of charging ports, connector types, power level, availability, payment methods, uptime/reliability, EV charger infrastructure network connectivity, and interoperability, among other standards and requirements.

Overview of EV Chargers

The below table summarizes the typical power output, charging time, and locations for PHEVs and BEVs for the different charger types. For more information on the power requirements of different chargers, see the Utility Planning section of the toolkit.

1 Note that charging speed is affected by many factors, including the charger manufacturer, condition, and age; air temperature; vehicle battery capacity; and vehicle age and condition.

2 Different vehicles have different charge ports. For DCFC, the Combined Charging System (CCS) connector is based on an open international standard and is common on vehicles manufactured in North America and Europe; the CHArge de Move (CHAdeMO) connector is most common for Japanese manufactured vehicles. Tesla vehicles have a unique connector that works for all charging speeds, including at Tesla’s “Supercharger” DCFC stations, while non-Tesla vehicles require adapters at these stations.

3 AC = alternating current; DC = direct current.

4 Assuming an 8-kWh battery; most plug-in hybrids do not work with fast chargers.

6 To 80 percent charge. Charging speed slows as the battery gets closer to full to prevent damage to the battery. Therefore, it is more cost- and time-efficient for EV drivers to use direct current (DC) fast charging until the battery reaches 80 percent, and then continue on their trip. It can take about as long to charge the last 10 percent of an EV battery as the first 90 percent.

.7 kW ZEFNET 40 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger

Introducing ZEF Energy’s most popular electric vehicle charging station, the ZEFNET 40. The ZEFNET 40 is a high-quality, high-power, feature-packed EVSE, built and tested to automaker standar. Full Description

SKU: Z-HCS40 Maximum Purchase: 1 unit

category: EV Chargers Total Power: 7.7kW Cable Management: Integrated Networking: Networked. Cellular Volts (V): 208 / 240 Volts Weather Rating:: Indoor, Outdoor (NEMA 4) Warranty Protection: 3-Year Standard Warranty Mounting Type: Wall Mount Charging Level: 208v / 240v. Level 2 Installation Type: Hard Wired Cable Length: 25 Feet Circuit AMPS (A): 40 Amps Ports: Single Port Charger AMPS (A): 32 Amps Terms and Conditions: Before adding to this item to your cart, you will be asked to submit information about your electric vehicle (make, model and VIN) and your cooperative account number to confirm eligibility for an instant rebate. ev-form: on

Before adding to this item to your cart, you will be asked to submit information about your electric vehicle (make, model and VIN) and your cooperative account number to confirm eligibility for an instant rebate.

Introducing ZEF Energy’s most popular electric vehicle charging station, the ZEFNET 40. The ZEFNET 40 is a high-quality, high-power, feature-packed EVSE, built and tested to automaker standards to ensure a reliable charge every time. The ZEFNET 40 takes the wear-and-tear of everyday use in all environments. Its tough NEMA 4 outdoor rated enclosure ensures you can install this unit anywhere with confidence. Works with ALL plug-in vehicles including the Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model 3, Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul, Ford C Max, etc.

This Electric Vehicle Charger Features:

Faster Charging Speeds. The HCS-40 High-powered, Level 2 EV Charging Station EVSE. charges your car up to 5.5x faster than the cordset that came with your electric vehicle. It is a hardwired car charger and works indoors or outdoors with ALL electric cars. 32 Amps of power (7.7kW) is perfect for plug-in electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf,Chevy Bolt, and BMW i3.

Certified Safety. Unlike some brands sold online, the ZEFNET Charger’s ETL listing demonstrates this product has met the requirements of widely accepted product safety standards for EV charging stations. ETL LISTED

A Convenient, compact size and 25 feet of charging cable for flexible installation and usability. Keep your charging cord neatly stowed with the integrated cable wrap and free wall mount connector holster. Plus, our connector accommodates a specially sized padlock (lock included free) for your security.

A Reliable, rugged, fully sealed NEMA 4 enclosure for installation anywhere, indoor or outdoor. Backed by ZEF Energy’s 3-year warranty and outstanding customer service. Made in America!

Cable Management. Keep your charging cord neatly stowed with the integrated cable wrap and free wall mount connector holster. Plus, our connector accommodates a specially sized padlock (lock included free) for your security.

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category: EV Chargers Total Power: 7.7kW Cable Management: Integrated Networking: Networked. Cellular Volts (V): 208 / 240 Volts Weather Rating:: Indoor, Outdoor (NEMA 4) Warranty Protection: 3-Year Standard Warranty Mounting Type: Wall Mount Charging Level: 208v / 240v. Level 2 Installation Type: Hard Wired Cable Length: 25 Feet Circuit AMPS (A): 40 Amps Ports: Single Port Charger AMPS (A): 32 Amps Terms and Conditions: Before adding to this item to your cart, you will be asked to submit information about your electric vehicle (make, model and VIN) and your cooperative account number to confirm eligibility for an instant rebate. ev-form: on Write a Review

kW VS 22kW – Which is better?

If you are interested in a fast home EV charger, there are two routes available – 7kW and 22kW. But what’s the difference between the two? Which is better? Can everyone have a 22kW EV charging point?

In this blog, we are going to explain the difference between 7kW and 22kW EV chargers, let you know who can have 22kW EV chargers, and give you our honest and professional opinion on which is better.

First and foremost, did you know that it’s possible to charge your EV at different speeds?

These are slow, fast and Rapid. However, when people talk about home EV charging, they usually refer to slow or fast charging.

Slow charging is where you use a 3-pin plug to charge your EV at a rate of approximately 2.3kW. In contrast, fast home charging is when you use a dedicated home EV charger installed on your property to charge – rated at either 7kW or 22kW.

What is a 7kW EV home charger?

The rate at which electricity charges your electric vehicle is measured in kW; therefore, this type of home EV charger can charge your electric car at a rate of 7kW. This is the most common rate of power for dedicated home EV charging points, and to have one installed on your property, a single-phase electricity supply is needed.

What is a single-phase electricity supply?

Single-phase is the most common power supply in the UK and is usually found in standard residential properties. With a single-phase power supply, you’ll only be able to install an electric vehicle charging point of up to 7kW, or more specifically, up to a maximum of 7.4kW.

Can everyone have 7kW EV Chargers?

As long as you don’t have a looped supply, you will be able to have a 7.4kW EV charger installed on your property.

What is a 22kW EV home charger?

A 22kW EV charger is a dedicated unit that charges three times faster than a 7kW EV charger. A three-phase electricity supply is needed for a 22kW charger to be installed.

What is a three-phase electricity supply?

Three-phase is a significantly higher power rating than a single-phase and is usually found in large commercial buildings.

Can everyone have 22kW EV chargers?

No, not everyone can have a 22kW EV charger installed on their property, as it depends on whether you have a three-phase electricity supply. Three-phase is typically found in industrial or commercial properties, and it’s rare to find in UK domestic homes.

If a house does have a three-phase supply, it’s usually a large property that has multiple large electrical appliances that need to draw a significant amount of electricity to function (i.e. hot tubs).

You can apply for a three-phase upgrade by contacting your DNO (Distribution network operator). The DNO manage the distribution of electricity around the country.

How do I know if I have a single-phase or three-phase electrical supply?

If you find your fuse box/meter and take a look inside, you should be able to find what type of electrical supply you have. A single-phase electricity supply will have a single fuse where the power enters your house/meter (one wire). Three-phase, on the other hand, can often be identified as having three 100amp fuses where the supply enters the building or the meter (three wires).

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What’s the difference between a 7kW and 22kW EV charger?

In short, the difference between a 7kW and 22kW EV charger is the charging rate. A 22kW charger will charge three times faster than a 7kW at 22 kilowatts per hour but requires a three-phase electricity supply for installation. On the other hand, a 7kW charger will charge your EV at 7 kilowatts per hour and only requires a single-phase electricity supply.

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kW three-phase charging VS 7kW single-phase charging – which is better?

In our opinion, we feel that a 7kW EV charger is more worthwhile than a 22kW charger as most homes in the UK have a single-phase electricity supply. By investing in a 7kW unit, you don’t have to spend substantial time or money upgrading your fuse in order to take advantage of 22kW.

If you are thinking about investing in a 22kW charger and are yet to upgrade to three-phase electricity, it’s also important to consider:

  • To take advantage of a 22kW charger, your electric vehicle will need to accept 22kW AC. If your vehicle can’t receive this electricity rate, even if you upgrade your supply and invest in a 22kW EV charger, your EV will only be able to charge at the maximum charge rate of the vehicle, thus not charging any faster. Very few electric vehicles can accept a 22kW AC charge, with the most common being the Renault Zoe. Even the Tesla Model 3 has a charging capability of 11kW and would, therefore, not truly benefit from a 22kW charger.
  • Upgrading your fuse to three-phase will be costly, starting from £1,500 plus VAT. However, it averages between £3,500-5,500 (not including VAT) and can even reach up to £15,000 depending on the job. That’s not including the additional expenses of purchasing a 22kW EV charging point and having it installed, which would also be much more than a standard 7.4kW EV charger.

Overall, if you have three-phase electricity in your home, are happy to spend more on a 22kW EV charger, and have a vehicle that can take 22kW capacity, then yes, 22kW charging will be worthwhile as your vehicle will charge at the fastest rate possible at home. Otherwise, we recommend sticking to a 7.4kW home charger as 22kW comes with expensive costs and not everyone can reap the benefits.

However, it does depend on your individual and/or household charging needs. If you have multiple electric vehicle drivers in your household, a 22kW EV charger might be ideal for sharing.

Please note 22kW AC home charging is different to DC Rapid charging (the charging points found at motorway service stations).

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Tethered charger

This type of electric charger has it’s own cable to charge your car.

Socketed charger

This type of electric charger requires a seperate cable to charge your car.

Spread over a 60 month period.

Tenants and homeowners are eligible for finance.

You decide the amount of months.

We will contact you to process the credit application. Approval is subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history. 13.9% APR representative. TCs apply.

Your order is not confirmed until your application has been approved.

Underground cable

We lay SWA cable laid at 600mm deep, with a protective cable warning tape laid 150mm above the cable. These are laid on a sand or sifted sand soil bed then backfilled.

Overhead cable

We position overhead cables at a minimum height of 3.5m and are run along a catenary wire. The cable run should not be accessible to vehicles.

Standard Installation Our instant price is fixed if it falls within our standard installation package plus any additions that you have selected (extra cabling for example). This package covers the majority of homes in the UK. Before we undertake your installation we will carry out a digital survey to check that nothing has been missed. After reviewing the survey results some additional work may be required in order to complete your installation safely and to the required standards. If this is the case, we will contact you well before the installation date and advise the cost of any required work. You can then continue with your installation, or alternatively we will refund you in full if you do not want to proceed.

Included in our standard installation is : Fitting of a single phase charge point to a brick or plaster wall or other suitable permanent structure Up to 10 metres of cable, run and neatly clipped to the wall between the electricity supply meter / distribution board and the charge point. Routing of the cable through a drilled hole in a wall up to 500mm (20 inches) thick if this is needed. The fitting and testing of electrical connections and protections required for the charge point. An additional three way consumer unit, if required Installation of a Type A RCBO in an RCBO enclosure Up to 3 metres of plastic trunking to conceal interior wiring. An O-pen earth protection device if the charge point requires it. (This is NOT an earth rod) Up to 4 hours of labour from your installer to complete the work. Electrical testing of the whole installation. Handover and setup of the charge point and any app that may be needed.

Not included in our standard installation (additional work) : Where the installation requires additional cabling over and above the amount you have told us about. Upgrade/replacement of the main incoming supply fuse where the local DNO (eg Northern Powergrid) would need to attend site. If the charge point is to be mounted on a post/pedestal rather than an existing wall and where you have not selected a post as an extra cost option in your order. Installation of a charge point to a three phase supply. Where gas and water mains bonding (earthing) is not in place at your property. If this is not in place, additional work would be required before installation of the charge point. Any groundwork that has not been selected during the order process.

A Surge Protection Device is not included in our standard installation.

What else you need to know : On the day of installation, please ensure that the area around your consumer unit (fuse box), incoming electricity supply meter and proposed charge point location (including where the cable is expected to be run) is clear and free of obstructions. We will need your Wi-Fi password as part of the installation process in order to connect your charge point to the internet. Please have this available for the installer. Details will not be kept. The charge point must be on your own designated off road parking. The charger will be fixed in line with current guidelines at a height where it cannot be hit by a vehicle. Our installers are not able to enter loft spaces; lift floorboards or flooring; take apart any furniture of work above a height of 2m. If you anticipate that any of this may be required, then please contact us and we can discuss in more detail and provide you with a quotation. Should there be extreme weather conditions our installers may not be able to continue with you installation if it is not safe to do so (for example flooding). They will always do their best to complete the work where they can.

If you have any questions then please contact our customer service team who will be happy to help. Please also read our terms and conditions.

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  • The Difference Between Level 1 2 EV Chargers

    Whether you already own an electric vehicle (EV) or are looking to purchase one in the near future, the biggest topic of concern for most drivers comes down to where charging will occur and how much it will cost.

    Despite having an environmentally friendly vehicle that cuts reliance on gasoline, using a Level 1 home charger is not reliable or convenient for most EV drivers. Instead, having a faster, Level 2 charging station can reduce range anxiety and calm logistical fears, as you become less reliant on charging on the go.

    But what exactly is a Level 2 car charger and why does it present better value than its Level 1 counterpart?

    Types of EV Charging Connectors: What is Level 2 Charging?

    Vehicle owners are often supplied with Level 1 chargers from automobile manufacturers at the time of purchase to use at home with 120v standard outlets. However, upgrading to a Level 2 EV charger is a good and practical investment. A Level 2 charger is like having your own gas pump in your garage, but it is a Smart appliance that charges your vehicle. An added convenience: not only is a Level 2 car charger ready when you need it to be, you can save on electricity by charging during lower rate times.

    A Level 2 EV charging station delivers an electrical current from an outlet or hardwired unit to the vehicle via the connector, similar to a standard-issue charger. Level 2 car chargers use a 208-240v power source and a dedicated circuit — potentially up to 60 amps. However, 32 amp charging stations like the EvoCharge EVSE or iEVSE Home Smart EV Charger offer more flexibility and potential costs saving by requiring a lower 40 amp circuit.A Level 1 will deliver around 1.2 kW to the vehicle, while a Level 2 charger ranges from 6.2 to 19.2 kW, with most chargers around 7.6 kW.

    EvoCharge EVSE Level 2 EV Charging Station

    EvoCharge’s standard EVSE Level 2 charger is a simple plug-and-charge solution for the basic needs of charging your vehicle at home quickly and safely.

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    How Fast is a Level 2 EV Charger?

    While a Level 1 charger will typically get 4 miles of driving range per hour of charge, a Level 2 charger will get an average of 32 miles of driving range per hour of charge. This means that you’re charging up to 8 times faster with a Level 2 charging station. Typical charging time for a Level 2 EV charger is around 3-8 hours from empty to full while the average Level 1 EV charger will take 11-20 hours to fully charge.

    Level 2 chargers will deliver 6.2 to 19.2 kW versus the 1.2 kW you get with a Level 1. For a direct comparison, check out this resource to see how fast a Level 2 charger is compared to its counterpart.

    When One Might Consider a Level 1

    A Level 2 EV charger needs a 240v outlet, which many new homes or new multi-unit homes and building standards require. If you do not have a 240v outlet, a certified electrician can easily install one and the cost can sometimes be offset through local, federal, state or utility companies which offer rebates and financial incentives for the charger, installation, or for charging during lower electric rate times.

    Additionally, Level 2 charging stations like the EvoCharge iEVSE Home Smart EV Charger allow you to customize charging schedules with the EvoCharge mobile app to better control charging, lessening your overall cost and making you eligible for further rebates through your municipality so you get faster charging times at a lower cost. The mobile app also provides usage history, multiple vehicle controls, and much more.

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