There are various different types of Domestic Charging Points we can install. We will help you make the informed decision for your home.
All chargers are Simple, Smart & Safe to use and can be viewed and controlled via the manufacturer specific app available to download on your Iphone or Android device.
By charging your electric car at home in your driveway or garage will save you time & money in comparison to fuel powered vehicles.
Energy suppliers currently offer energy tariffs that accommodate your EV charging needs, so that you can hit the road with a full battery every day at reduced costs.
You may be able to even charge your car for free using renewable energy generated from your property. Click on the Renewable Energy button to find out more or get in touch.
A Tethered cable is one that is wired into and always attached to the Tethered charge point, whilst a free cable unplugs from a Socket/Free charge point and is therefore able to be carried with the owner and plug into other charge points.
In an Non-Tethered charging unit, the cable that is used to charge your Electric Vehicle is not permanently fixed to the charging station.
There are three main types of EV charging – rapid, fast, and slow. These represent the power outputs, and therefore charging speeds, available to charge an EV. Note that power is measured in kilowatts (kW).
What is a Type 1 Charger?
The type 1 plug is a single-phase plug which allows for charging power levels of up to 7.4 kW (230 V, 32 A). The standard is mainly used in car models from the Asian region, and is rare in Europe, which is why there are very few public type 1 charging stations.
What is a Type 2 charger?
The Type 2 plug In private spaces. charging power levels of up to 22 kW are common, while charging power levels of up to 43 kW (400 V, 63 A, AC) can be used at public charging stations. Most public charging stations are equipped with a type 2 socket.
What is a CHAdeMO charger?
CHAdeMO is the trade name of a quick charging method for battery electric vehicles delivering up to 62.5 kW by 500 V, 125 A direct current via a special electrical connector.
While the CHAdeMO chargers aren't as fast as Tesla Superchargers, they can provide about 100 miles of charge to a Model 3 in a half hour.