Home chargers should only be installed by a qualified electrician. To make the process easy, a growing number of manufacturers and retailers offer a full installation service, including an initial assessment of your property.
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A simple but effective charger with eco-friendly settings and an LCD display. Best of all, it comes with a built-in prepaid SIM card so it’s always connected.
Almost all EVs (2018 onwards), and most public chargers across the UK and Europe, use Type 2 connectors. Unlike Type 1, Type 2 connectors have a locking pin to keep the cable in place during charging to prevent tampering.
Just like a petrol pump, tethered chargers have a charging cable permanently attached to the charging unit. Some drivers find this convenient as it cuts down on cable wrangling. Simply pull up, plug in, and put your feet up!
All chargers sold after 30th June 2022 have smart functionality – the ability to schedule the charging of your electric vehicle during off-peak hours when demand for electricity is lower.
Most chargers are rated up to 7kW. They provide around 20-30 miles of range per hour or enough to charge the average EV from 10-80% in under 8 hours. They’re ideal for charging your vehicle overnight.
Chargers rated up to 22kW can provide around 90 miles of range per hour – enough to charge the average EV from 10-80% in 2-4 hours. However, 22kW charging requires a 3-phase electricity supply, which is not something commonly found in the average UK home.
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