Webasto, with headquarters in Germany, manufactures and distributes electric vehicle charging stations. Established in 1883, Webasto has been an innovator in heating technology for over 130 years1. Today the company is represented by a range of home charging stations for EV, from less popular models for portable use to more popular models for home use. The release of branded products began in 2016 with low power models that were perfect for general purposes. Now high powered chargers are part of the product line up as well after their original launch date in 2017 according to their website (webasto-america). Goods sold at the moment have information on them made in China where they are manufactured today.
Webasto is a leading manufacturer of innovative heating and cooling products for caravans, motorhomes, industrial vehicles and mobile homes. Webasto’s range includes solar panels2 for camping equipment, caravan accessories, water pumps and all the other accessories you need to make your outdoor living space complete. For camping, a great option for charging an electric vehicle with a generator.
For over 40 years, we have been designing high-quality products that meet the needs of our customers in North America – from serious RV enthusiasts to weekend adventurers. Our motto has always been ‘We live outside’ because that’s what we know best: how to enjoy life outdoors with family and friends. We’re proud to offer a wide selection of all the latest products including roof mount air conditioners & heaters, solar panels. Solar panels are one of the future technologies for charging electric vehicles.
Some US utilities have ‘time-of-use’ electricity rates. If so, the price of electricity may vary according to when Webasto charger is used. It can be expensive if you charge an electric car during peak hours, when electricity is most expensive.
There are three factors that affect the cost of charging your electric car with Webasto: 1) The tariff system for electricity, 2) the type of charger you use, 3) how often you charge.
If your home is located in a region with time-of-use rates, consider charge the car only at “off peak” rate.
Your tariff system will affect how much you pay for electricity, but will NOT affect the cost of charging your electric car.
You can control ‘time-of-use rates’ and the type of Webasto charger you use. You can choose a low rate tariff for electricity, you can choose an ‘off-peak’ charging time, and you can choose an off-peak charger.
Charging speed at Webasto EV Charging Stations
|Webasto Pure • 22 kW||Webasto Next • 11 kW|
|Ford Mustang Mach-E||2 h 37 min||6 h 44 min|
|Porsche Taycan||5 h 24 min||5 h 24 min|
|Hyundai Kona||4 h 5 min||4 h 5 min|
More electric vehicle models on the calculator page of this site.
A Webasto charger is the best-selling EV home vehicle charger because it’s one of the smartest on the market3. It makes charging your electric vehicle easy and convenient, no matter what level of expertise or knowledge you have when it comes to EVs.
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|Cable length, ft||25||18||23||20||24|
|Working temperature||n/a||-22°F to 122°F||-40°F to 122°F||-22°F to 122°F|
|Warranty||3 years||1 year||3 years||3 years||3 years|
|Certificate||UL & Energy Star||n/a||UL certificate 20190607-E328478 issued 06/07/2019; Type 3R per UL 50E; ENERGY STAR qualified 06/25/19.||UL, cUL||EV Charger is not UL certified, it is manufactured to meet the safety criteria defined by these international standards: NEC 625, SAE J1772, UL 817, UL 991, UL 2231, UL 225, and UL 2594|