Technical Information

What is the difference between a networked and non networked EV charger?

Non-Networked EV chargers do not access internet systems. With this system, you are not able to monitor usage and A non-networked EV charger allows the user free charging when plugged In. these are typically less expensive to purchase A networked EV charger offers full control of the units, including the ability to charge a fee …

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How Many Electricians Does It Take To Install The New Ford Lighting Level 2 Charger?

This was one of the first Ford EV PRO charger installs and some of the team members at Traditional Electric wanted to see it in action. So how many electricians does it take to install the new ford lighting level 2 PRO charger? The answer is 4 plus marketing to take pictures. Here at Traditional …

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What is the difference between Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Charger?

Level 1 chargers are typically included with the purchase of an EV.  It plugs into a standard 120 (v) AC outlet with a power output of 1.3kW to 2.4 k.W.  This power outlet is equivalent to 3-4 KM of EV range per hour in ideal situations. This is the slowest charging rate outlet available. A …

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