Lectron Electric Vehicle Charging is a company that designs, and sells electric vehicle charging stations in North America. Lectron’s patented technology is designed for both residential and commercial use.  Lectron is a high-power device that has been made in China. It can be bought at the moment for about $300-500. The product range includes multiple different types of devices, including chargers and adapters. If you are looking for something with more power than your current EV battery, it’s worth considering this option.

The Lectron range of products includes:

  • Portable chargers for outdoor use
  • Charger models that can be installed at home or in public locations
  • Charger models that are compatible with a variety of plug types –  J1772, NEMA 1450 (240 volt)
  • Adapters (Tesla to J1772, J1772 to Tesla, CCS1 to Tesla)
  • EV accessories


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Lectron Electric Vehicle Charging is a brand of electric vehicle charging stations. Lectron manufactures and sells EVSEs for both home and portable use. The company’s goal is to be the first choice for those who want an alternative way to power their cars, as well as those who wish to make a difference in saving the environment by helping reduce air pollution caused by gasoline-powered engines.

Lectron is a company that offers lifetime customer support1. Lectron has been in the business for over 3 years and offer an easy-to-use product with no hassle return policy. Their products are made to last and they want you to be satisfied or refunded. They offer test reviews, videos, user manuals and live chat as well as email support for any questions that may arise.

The company has developed a new type of technology called “DC Combo” that uses DC electricity and AC electricity to charge the batteries in EVs, which allows for faster charging than traditional AC-only systems. Lectron’s products are sold mainly in North America, with distribution channels including major retailers like Lowe’s and Home Depot.

The Lectron chargers and adapters are high quality with great features, which is why they’ve been in business since 2018. If you want to save money when purchasing these items, take advantage of our current offers by buying them together in one bundle package.

If you still haven’t found a great gift for your techie friend, consider Lectron products as a good option. We have tons of chargers and accessories available on our site at discounted prices. Whether they need to charge their laptop or phone, we can help them out with these bundles that are currently on sale! Feel confident in the durability of Lectron goods because most items come with an UL certification which is voluntary but provides peace of mind when it comes to product safety.

Level 1 vs Level 2 EV Charging Stations

Lectron’s charging stations are available in 120 volts and 240 volts. Lectron portable chargers may be plugged into outlets of different voltages, but they are most popular in the US market2: NEMA 5-15, 6-20, 10-30, 14-50. The Lectron Level-2 (40A) ev charging station can be inserted into a NEMA 6-50/14-50 Plug.

EV chargers use a higher-output 240-volt power source3, like the one that you plug your oven or clothes dryer into. Charging times are much faster than standard 120V household outlets.

EV charging stations require different volts to charge your car efficiently and quickly. There are 4 levels of charging stations.

  • Level 1 Lectron Charger: Normal 120V outlets, receives 11 miles per hour of charge.
  • Level 2 Lectron Charging Station: 240V outlet similar to a clothes dryer or oven, receives 22 miles per hour of charge. This is the type of EV charger you will want if you do not have a garage or cannot otherwise obtain a Level 2 charging station.
  • DC Fast Charging Station: 480V three phase AC input, receives 75 miles per hour of charge. These are often found at public locations such as gas stations and grocery stores.

– Tesla Supercharger Station: A proprietary connector used only by the Tesla Model S sedan (more on this later). Receives 120-400 miles per hour of charge.

As you can see above, a Level 1 Lectron charging station is fairly slow compared to others. It is best suited for overnight charging. A Level 2 Lectron charging station allows you to completely recharge your battery in a few hours, and a DC Fast Charging Station lets you recharge 80% of your battery in under an hour. The best option for most people would be a Level 2 charging station so you can fully charge your car in a few hours. However, the most common type of EV charger is used by Tesla vehicles which use a proprietary connector – so unless you have a Tesla this post probably isn’t very relevant to you.

The Lectron adapters are one of our product lines

On the American market, Tesla and non-Tesla vehicles have a variety of connection options. Adapters are used to charge various charging stations. Lectron is an electric car adapter manufacturer. There are 4 types of adapters, depending on the direction. The 3 types the company sells today are J1772 to Tesla Adapter, Tesla to J1772 Adapter and CCS1 to Tesla Adapter.

Lectron J1772 to Tesla charging adapter

Every Tesla automobile comes with this adapter, which is accessible in the trunk as well as the Tesla Mobile Connector.

It appears to be constructed of high-quality materials and looks well. Between the connector and cable, the Tesla side of the connection is a bit loose, but there have been no issues thus far. The adapter is made of heavy-duty materials and should endure a long time.

To connect the Tesla charger to the cord, press down on the locking tab, which might be easier if the cord could simply slide into place and lock without further effort. It’s also necessary to use a little more force when unplugging it. It is less expensive to utilize the adapter than to purchase a separate high-powered charger, and it’s not that inconvenient. Also allows for charging at hotels and resorts if desired.

Read our side-by-side comparisons

Our customers have a lot of good things to say about our Leсtron charging stations and adaptors, but there are some negative experiences that we’ve endeavored to clarify in our reviews of the specific equipment.

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Mike is a seasoned engineer with 10+ years of experience in charging systems. He bought a Tesla Model S in 2014 and has been in love with EVs ever since. He runs a small EVSE installation business in Florida and blogs about what he loves.


  1. https://ev-lectron.com/pages/contact-us
  2. https://web8.seattle.gov/city-light-engineering-standards/Home/GetPDF?libId=BrowseAll&searchForfileName=7330.55.pdf
  3. https://concordma.gov/2237/How-quickly-can-I-charge-up-my-car-at-ho