Your First Home EV Charger
It may surprise EV newbies to learn that an electric vehicle’s charger is found on board the vehicle. It’s the equipment buried in the guts of the car that takes an AC source of juice from your house, and converts it to DC—so your car’s battery pack can be charged.
This fact doesn’t stop nearly everybody from calling the wall-mounted box that supplies 240 volts of electricity a “charger.” Actually, that box, cord and plug has a technical name Electric Vehicle Service Equipment or EVSE and if you have an EV, you’re going to want to install one at home.
Let EVC Techs expert technicians guide you through the process of choosing the right charger for your home or business and get them installed today. Get Started