|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Safety Rating||UL, cUL|
|Item Weight||6.87 kg|
|Parcel Dimensions||38.35 x 38.1 x 26.42 cm|
PowerCharge Energy (BC & QC Rebate Ready BC3-32-A-N) – Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charger, 240 Volt 208 Volt Charging Station, UL and ULC Listed EVSE, 25 FT cable
- Open access charging station, common for residential and fleet use
- Compatible with all EVs (BEVs and PHEVs) sold in North America
- Powerful 7.6kW output, adjustable to 5.8kW or 3.8kW; 25 ft cable
- Easy plug-in installation (NEMA 6-50) or hardwire for outdoor install
- UL safety certified in the US and Canada; all-weather durability; eligible for rebate in BC & QC (Model # BC3-32A-N)
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An attractive, powerful and durable level 2 charger, the PowerCharge Energy Series features a slim and durable design that is outdoor rated (when hardwired, not plugged in) and mounts discreetly in your garage or at your parking space with a simple plug-in installation. The Energy Series has a footprint smaller than an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper. The charger is UL-listed and meets safety criteria for use throughout North America. With our 7.6kW / 32 amp power output, you’ll have the power necessary to charge at a rate up to 20 miles of range per hour of charging (adjustable to 16A or 24A). We back up our Energy Series with a 3-year warranty. The Energy model is open access, common for residential and fleet use.
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I also looked at Clipper Creek, but saw this had the same specs for about $200 less. Made in USA, 3 year warranty, and comes with a nice holster. The 25-ft cord and holster worked out great, especially if you need to run the cord away from the unit -- I have it mounted to a 2x4 hanging from the ceiling. I also like that it has configurable charge rate (16A, 24A, 32A), though I don't need that now.
Install was easy since I already has my 6-50 outlet ready (and like any 32-amp charger, it should be on a 40 amp breaker), but be aware you do need a Torx T20 driver. The unit slides on to the mounting plate and is secured by a Torx screw, and you can add a padlock if you need more security. It has a very short cord (needs to be mounted right above, or above and to the left of the outlet), but that's really not a complaint since it's true in
We love the small outline and low profile. Unlike most of the other chargers we looked at, this one only extends out a little over 3 inches and has a separate holster for the J1772 plug. The installation is much less intrusive into our garage. Since there is a provided cover for the J1772 plug, we just hang the cable over the charging unit and do not use the holster.
The unit is manufactured by LITE-ON Technology Corp in China. They appear to be heavily into commercial charging stations. The quality of the design shows the professional quality of the organization. They provided UL certification.
On the negative side, why 4 stars instead of 5, the documentation I received was quite sub par. It was not professionally done and the operation instructions were omitted. The diagram showing the meaning of the various lights was not included. Fortunately, I was able to obtain a full set of documentation from customer support that the manufacturer had generated. During the pre-purchase period I had several conversations via Email with the supplier. They were all quickly responded to.
Note this is a dumb charger with no WiFi connection. However there is no need for a smart charger of WiFi connection when charging the Bolt. All of this is provided by the car.
Our decision: we didn't want the few-years-old Siemens 30A, since our car is built for 32A or higher. The juiceWhatever one looked weird and ugly; the Bosch was a higher price for basically the same specs, but (of course) if something goes wrong I guess you could sue Bosch. Whatever.
We had professional electricians wire a new, clean 240V outlet in our garage, taking care to minimize the distance from the breaker box and be mindful of heat and dissipation/loss. We chose leave the charger as plugged in (vs. hard-wired) — and so far, so good!
This has no wifi or spyware, just a (surprisingly) small device that does one thing well: fully charges our 25-mile Kia Niro PHEV in around 2 hours.
The 120V trickle charger that came with our car had heat problems over the summer and so far this has none. No warmth at all where the plug meets the wall outlet.
Couldn't ask for more.
in the US responding to emails!