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David • 11 months ago
The charger arrived in a well-wrapped package. Simply connect the charger to an outlet and it will charge. My bolt can charge at 3.7 kW. However, my car charges on 4 kW. My car could take twice as much energy but it was still enough to get me to work. It allowed me to choose a slower, cheaper alternative.
Joel • 10 months ago
This EVSE block is my main reason for buying it. It can charge Myvolkswagen I.4 with 16A or NEMA 6-20 forks. For me, the most important thing is that the SAE J1772 plug, which is connected to the car, isn’t overlooked and that the charging cable works just as well, if not better, than the factory.
Ergebnis: Volkswagen ID.4 charges less than 5 hours while the factory portable EVSE charges 14 hours.
It is hard to find an EVSE unit for 240 V at a cheaper price than the one that I purchased.
Five stars is a great rating!
Thomas • 10 months ago
It arrived quickly. The fork was installed by an electrician, and I now charge your Porsche Taycan. It is too early to discuss it but I will update my rating in the event of any changes. I found a great charger that was both easy to use and affordable. I am so happy right now.
Dennis • 7 months ago
Recently, we purchased Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Mach-E can charge from 220V with a power of 4 to 7 kW. However, the garage wiring cannot support a lower rate of 220V.
Installation took only 30 minutes. The purchase of Morec EVSE was added to my low-cost charging station.
There is nothing to report except that everything seems to go according to plan and produces exactly the results expected over the past few days.
I will review the assessment and update it if there are any issues.