This Charger is Recommended to Work With:
Audi e-tron (9.6kW)
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Lucid Air (19.2kW)
Porsche Taycan (9.6kW – 40A)
Tesla Model 3 (Performance Long Range)
Tesla Model S “HAC” Option
Tesla Model S (Performance, Long Range Plus)
Tesla Model X “HAC” Option
Tesla Model X (Performance, Long Range Plus)
Tesla Model Y (Performance, Long Range Plus)
Voice control capabilities so you can manage your charger with Amazon Echo/Alexa and Google Home.
Daily charging schedules, notifications when your vehicle is fully charged, and reminders to plug in.
Level 2 charging
Both indoor and outdoor installation. Flexible and easy installation.
Integrated safety features such as ground fault, over-charge and over-current protection and a safety lock
Convenient and stylish interface design with dynamic LED lights display, WiFi connectivity and charging behavior
Faster charging times
Mobile app for iPhone and Android devices for control anytime, anywhere
What is a level 2 charging station?
A level 2 charging Station provides charging through a 240-volt plug and requires the installation of additional charging equipment by a licensed electrician/installer. Level 2 chargers typically deliver 10 to 60 miles of range per hour of charging. Level 2 is used in homes, workplaces, and for some public charging.
This charger is built on the universal J1772 charging standard, and is a Level 2 charging station that can power all electric vehicles on the market today, including Teslas via an adapter commonly used by Tesla drivers.
What You Need to Know About Installation.
Many stations plug into your home or office via a NEMA 14-50 electrical plug. When hiring an electrician, request that they install a NEMA 14-50 receptacle for the rating of your JuiceBox or other JuiceNet Device (typically a 40A or 50A circuit). Make sure the receptacle is installed very close to the place where you plan to mount your charging station. NEMA 14-50 input cable is about 1.7 feet long. The ground prong is furthest away from the JuiceBox.
The hardwired EV charging station requires hardwired input whip installation. Ask your electrician to connect the station with a protected, NEMA-compliant junction box.
This plug-in EV home charging station uses a 240V plug (NEMA 14-50). A professional electrician may be required for installation if you do not already have a NEMA 14-50 outlet.