For the charging your electric car at home 80% of the time you charge your electric vehicle at home. This means that it is very important for you to know what you are doing. And to charge properly to make the whole process as easy as possible for people who may be confused. We have prepared a frequently asked question to answer all your questions about charging at home.
1. Are all electric car chargers the same?
When it comes to charging your electric car at home, there are two options – the charger that comes in the box when you have a car or install a two-way electric vehicle charger called the Wallbox Charger. The charger provided by your car is powered by your home power supply. It’s easy to use and portable, but the downside is that it can take up to 24 hours to fully charge. Wallbox charger Is a standalone charger that plugs directly into your home power supply. This will be mounted to the external wall of your residence. Which allows you to quickly and easily connect it to your vehicle to charge. And even better, you can also buy a fast charger that will cut down on the charging time. While there are also “smart” units that you can remotely program to charge only at certain times.
2.How much does it cost to install an electric car charger at home?
It all depends on the charging speed you want and the smart features you want from your charger. The cheapest charger is a 3kW slow charger, and the more expensive model is 7kW, which charges faster. If you want innovative features that can be controlled from your smartphone that will cost you the most.
3.What is Smart Charger technology and do I need one?
A smart charger is a wallbox that uses a wireless network (Wi-Fi) or Bluetooth (Bluetooth) to connect to the applications on your smartphone. In doing so, it allows you to remotely customize your car charging schedule. Allows you to choose when to charge. Including the amount of electricity to charge into the battery This requirement is entirely up to you. Because charging the car using this will cost more than a normal charger.
4.What type of power wall battery charger should I buy?
The amount of electricity your charger is able to supply will depend on both the home power cord and the charger adapter installed in your car. The lowest price is a 3kW slow charger, which even on some models such as the Nissan Leaf with only 40kWh battery, it takes 12 hours to fully charge. The Audi e-Tron, which is a large model car, takes more than 24 hours.
While Thailand is working on a plan to make the country a champion in electric vehicles in Southeast Asia. We hope that with these incentives from the government Including the overall benefits of having an electric car You can change yourself too by owning an electric car. Some of the electric vehicles you can own are Nissan Leaf, Nissan Kicks e-POWER, Mitsubishi Outlander. PHEV (Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV) and BMW X3 XDrive 30E (BMW X3 xDrive30e).
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