EV Charger Installation and Service

If you own an electric vehicle and you'd like the convenience and safety offered by an EV home charging station, talk to the electrical experts at The Solar Revolution.

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What Is an EV or EVSE Charger?

The Solar Revolution EV Chargers are based upon a new charging standard that brings a little more sophistication to the mix, in the form of the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) control. Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) provides for the safe transfer of energy between the electric utility power and the EV.  EVSE includes EV charge cords, charge stands (residential or public), attachment plugs, vehicle connectors, and protection.  We offer a selection of the most advanced, fully featured charging systems available, and provide professional residential electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) installation and service.

 

EVSE chargers supply electric energy to recharge electric vehicles. There are three levels of electric vehicle charging devices:

  • Level 1 Charger
    Comes standard with most electric vehicles and is plugged into any normal three-prong outlet. While the Level 1 charger requires no installation, it charges vehicle batteries very slowly. Level 1 EVSE chargers are best suited for overnight use, and can take 20 hours or more to fully charge your car’s battery.

  • Level 2 Charger
    This more advanced EVSE charger requires its own dedicated 240-volt circuit, which needs to be professionally installed in your garage. Level 2 chargers work much faster, fully charging an EV in about three hours. A growing number of EV manufacturers are now including a Level 2 charger standard with each new car purchase.

  • Level 3 Charger
    This is the standalone device you see at public charging stations. It can add 160 miles of driving range to an EV’s batteries in about half an hour (nice!). However, beyond being prohibitively expensive, they have an industrial-level power draw that makes them unavailable to homeowners. If you own or work at an industrial building, it is possible to have a Level 3 charger installed there.

Which type of EVSE charger is the right choice for you? It depends on your driving habits. Many EV owners get by with plugging in their cars for an overnight charge. But if you frequently find yourself needing to recharge your EV midday, having a Level 2 charger installed is a smart investment.

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EVSE Charger Station Installation

When you decide to have a Level 2 charger installed in your garage, here’s what you can expect from The Solar Revolution:

  • Full inspection of all equipment prior to installation.

  • Site inspection to ensure equipment is installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications.

  • Electrical system upgrade, including new dedicated 40-amp, 240-volt circuit with 8-AWG wiring to support the quicker-charging Level 2 charger.

  • Your licensed electrician will install your EVSE equipment to conform to all National Electrical Code and local permit/code requirements.

  • Start-up inspection performed to verify equipment is functioning properly in its operational environment.

  • Complete EVSE information provided to customer on equipment features, correct usage, limitations, necessary maintenance, and warranty terms.

Our Excellent EVSE Charger Installation Experience

The Solar Revolution has completed 100's of EV charger installations to date . We offer a portfolio of product solutions, including EVSE charging stations and circuit protection equipment that touches every part of the electric vehicle infrastructure installation process.

Ready to get an estimate or book your EVSE charger installation for your electric vehicle? 

 

Request an appointment online, or call The Solar Revolution today at 

303-815-9360

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