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Energy Efficiency
Electric Car Charger

Fight back against high gas prices!  Whether you need a quick charging station for your facility or garage we have the solution.  We offer Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) charging stations for:  Residential, Commercial, Fleet and Public applications.    

If you are thinking about purchasing an electric car, but are worried about the driving range, don't be!  If your a hotel or retail store think of all the added traffic your store will get if you install a charger outside it.  Our lines comply with all industry standards and is compatible with all major EV manufacturers.


EV info: 9 Things You Need to Know Before Buying an Electric Car  Interested in buying an electric car?  Check out these buying tips,
                    so you know about maintenance, battery charging and warranties, and other key factors.

  The Chevy Volt is a full performance and full speed electric vehicle with extended range. In its simplest form, the Volt operates two ways - EV mode (battery powered) and extended-range (gasoline powered). With a fully charged battery, you can go 25 to 50 miles - totally gas and tailpipe emissions free.(1) After that, you can drive hundreds of more miles in extended range mode until you can plug it in or fill it up again.


Nissan Leaf info

 



Leviton Evr-GreenTM Fleet Level 2 Networked Charging Stations offer fleets, municipalities, and corporations high-reliability, plug-in electric vehicle charging that drivers prefer. The easy-to-use stations provide multiple power options, integrating aesthetics and ergonomics with sturdy construction - ideal for fleet and light commercial applications.

The Evr-Green Fleet Level 2 charging station is a 7.2 kW single output station designed for the North American marketplace. Compatible with plug-in electric vehicles that comply with the SAE J1772TM plug-in electric vehicle charging standard.

Fleet / Light Commercial Charging Stations - Level 2   Contact us for pricing
  • The Evr-Green Fleet Level 2 Charging Station provides 7.2kW output (30A @ 240V)
  • Compact size and flexible interfaces for utility Automatic Meter Infrastructure (AMI) make it an ideal solution for fleet managers
  • Includes 24/7 driver assistance, station location, station availability, trip mapping, driver billing, and driver notification services
  • Compatible w/ remote management, billing, maintenance and other on-demand software applications
  • Product Bulletin
                        

Public/Commercial Charging Stations - Level 1/Level 2 Combination                                 

Leviton's Evr-Green Level 1/Level 2 Combination and Level 2 Public Use Charging Stations offer municipalities, corporations, fleets, and utilities, high reliability, plug-in electric vehicle charging that drivers prefer. The easy-to-use stations provide multiple power options, integrating aesthetics and ergonomics with sturdy construction - ideal for commercial and outdoor public applications.

The Evr-Green Public Use family of charging stations include dual output (Level 1 and Level 2) and single output (Level 2) stations designed for public outdoor applications for the North American marketplace.

Features and Benefits

  • Compatible with plug-in electric vehicles that comply with the SAE J1772TM plug-in electric vehicle charging standard
  • The 7.2 kW output port delivers Level 2 (208/240 V @ 30A) charging via a standard SAE J1772 connector and fixed 18 foot cable
  • The 2 kW output port delivers Level 1 (120 V @ 16 A) charging via a standard NEMA 5-20 receptacle, protected behind a locking door
  • Both outputs can deliver energy simultaneously
  • Integrated standards-based RFID reader that accepts ChargePassTM cards or contactless credit cards
  • Provides optional driver billing and custom access control, preventing electricity theft and enhancing safety
  • Upgrade station firmware remotely over-the-air to keep charging station current with future and evolving EV charging needs
  • Real-time remote alarm monitoring and control minimizes the need for on-site maintenance
  • Wireless mesh and cellular network interfaces allow seamless integration with back office business systems and utility Advanced Metering Infrastructures (AMIs)
  • Utility grade meter and smart-grid interface enables demand response and Time-Of-Use (TOU) pricing.
  • Level 1/Level 2 Combination Product Bulletin
  • Level 2 Product Bulletin
 

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Fast Facts

Some of the terminology and acronyms you will find when researching electric vehicles may seem confusing. Here are some definitions that will help you better understand the literature you will find.

EV - Electric Vehicle - A vehicle that is propelled by a motor powered by electrical energy from rechargeable batteries or another source onboard the vehicle

HEV - Hybrid Electric Vehicle - An EV that combines an internal combustion engine with an electric propulsion system. The charge on the batteries is maintained through the normal operation of the engine

PHEV - Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle - An HEV that incorporates a separate battery system where the charge is maintained by plugging into an external power source

BEV - Battery Electric Vehicle - An EV that does not have a combustion engine at all, rather it relies solely on a battery system and must be plugged into a charging source to replenish the charge

EVSE - Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment - The "charging" equipment used to maintain a charge on EV battery systems

Level 1 EVSE - 120 Volt Charging Equipment - Can fully charge an all-electric vehicle in about 18 hours. A plug-in hybrid may charge to capacity in as little as six hours depending on the capacity of the battery pack

Level 2 EVSE - 240 Volt Charging Equipment - Similar to what is used for a clothes dryer, and is well suited for more quickly charging BEVs. Charging time is approximately three to eight hours, depending on vehicle type

Level 3 EVSE - High Voltage DC Charging Equipment - Requires three-phase electric service and is the most expensive system. The primary benefit is the capability to charge the vehicle to approximately 80 percent capacity in 30 minutes

Charge Coupler - The connecter and mating vehicle receptacle that connects the electric charging source to the electric vehicle

EPRI - Electric Power Research Institute - An independent, non-profit company performing research, development and demonstration in the electricity sector for the benefit of the public

SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers - A non-profit educational and scientific organization dedicated to advancing mobility technology to better serve humanity

J1772 - The North American (And Japanese adopted) SAE standard for the design of the Charge Coupler (a pin and sleeve device)

CCID - Charge Circuit Interrupting Device - A safety device that will disable utility power to your electric vehicle charger in the event that a loss of isolation is detected