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Top 5 Things to Know When Buying a Home EV Charger

Home charging stations are a convenient way to supply your electric car battery with its daily electricity needs. Here are some factors to consider when buying an EV home charging station.

Charger Location Matters

While many drivers have garages, some may need to install their home charging station outdoors, where it is less protected from the elements. When buying a charging station, pay attention to the charging unit’s durability: will it last when exposed to sun, wind, and water in the long term? The JuiceBox level 2 charger will. Outdoor-rated (built to NEMA 4 standards) and UL listed, the JuiceBox features a durable case that is both fireproof and waterproof.

When installing your charging station, look for the right location. With its 24-foot cable, longer than most charging stations of comparable price, the JuiceBox Pro gives greater flexibility over where it can be installed.

Keep Size and Portability in Mind

Home chargers vary in size, with some quite large and others small, or even portable. Determine where you want to install your charging station and choose a model that fits well in the available space. Most electric vehicle charging stations are too big and bulky to move or require hardwiring by an electrician, but with its compact size, NEMA 14-50 plug (dryer/RV outlet) and easy-mount design, the JuiceBox Pro is a breeze to install. The charging unit can be also be removed from its wall mount, allowing you to take it with you on your travels or when you move.

Installation Doesn’t Have to Be Hard

No one wants to spend hours installing a charging station, and many people often hire electricians to install their home charging stations. Installation costs can vary and should be taken into account when purchasing a charger. The JuiceBox home car charger (plug-in version) is easy to install because it comes with a 14-50 NEMA compatible plug that works in a standard dryer or RV outlet, or it can even be plugged into a regular 120 volt wall outlet using a charging adapter. JuiceBox charges Tesla cars with appropriate adapters too. eMotorWerks provides an easy guide to installing a charging station, and if you need to hire a professional, you can refer to the list of recommended installers.

You Can Charge Your Car from Your Couch

The JuiceBox Pro residential smart charger is connected to your home WiFi network, which allows you easy access to all functions of your charging device from your smartphone device, personal computer or tablet. Through the simple and intuitive app and dashboard, you can start or stop car battery's charging, setting new reminders, managing charging schedules (to maximize use of renewable energy), and view your battery charging history.

When You Charge Affects Your Electricity Bill

Utility electric rates vary at different times of the day, depending on the overall usage of the grid. As electric cars require a lot of electricity, it can be expensive if you charge your electric car at home during peak times, especially with other electrical appliances turned on. However, with JuiceNet smart grid EV charging, a feature of the JuiceBox Pro, your EVSE communicates over your home WiFi with our servers and charges your car automatically during the off-peak times that you select, which can bring the utility cost down and reduce the toll on the power grid.