Level 2 - Charging Stations

Overview

The majority of Level 2 EV charging stations are located in public or commercial parking spaces, at the workplace, or in residential areas. Level 2 chargers provide much faster charging compared to Level 1 chargers.

Charge in half the time as compared to a standard charger. A full charge can be obtained in between three and eight hours, depending on the model of your vehicle.
 
Adaptability: there will be an increase in battery capacity as electric vehicle technology advances. The larger the battery capacity, the longer the charge time will be. By upgrading to a Level 2 charger you are being proactive when it comes to your EV decisions.
 
Many different charging stations are available at this level. Our company offers a wide variety of electric vehicle chargers, we have electricians who are able to install these chargers, and we are even able to help you apply for government rebates.

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Products

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ChargePoint® CPF50 for Fleet

ChargePoint Level 2 CPF50 charging station is designed for use in fleet and multifamily applications. For fleets, CPF50 stations are ideally suited for depot charging. For apartments and condos, CPF50 stations are intended for personal charging in assigned parking spots. Available as a single-or dual-port station, in pedestal or wall mount and with 18- and 23-foot cable length options, the CPF50’s flexible configurations are perfect for all your electric fueling needs.
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ChargePoint® CPF50 for Multifamily

ChargePoint Level 2 CPF50 charging station is designed for use in fleet and multifamily applications. For fleets, CPF50 stations are ideally suited for depot charging. For apartments and condos, CPF50 stations are intended for personal charging in assigned parking spots. Available as a single-or dual-port station, in pedestal or wall mount and with 18- and 23-foot cable length options, the CPF50’s flexible configurations are perfect for all your electric fueling needs.
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ChargePoint® CT4000 Commercial

All CT4000 models offer one or two standard SAE J1772™ Level 2 charging ports with locking holsters, each port supplying up to 7.2kW. With this standard connector, ChargePoint level 2 stations can charge any EV
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ChargePoint® Home Flex

Compatible with Every EV: Universal J1772™ connector charges any EV on the road. Tested with vehicles from all major automakers.
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PowerCharge™ Energy Residential Series (Open Access only)

The Energy Series is a powerful, versatile, and durable level 2 charging station. Plug-in or hardwire makes this charging station ideal for indoor and outdoor applications.
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PowerCharge™ Energy Commercial Series (Open Access / Networked / RFID)

Multiple configurations and mounting options makes this Energy Series the most versatile series in the PowerCharge™ line-up.
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PowerCharge™ Pro-Lightning Series (Open Access / Networked / RFID)

Pro-Lightning Series is powerful, reliable & durable with simple installation for commercial, residential & fleet.
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IQ 200

Designed with the future in mind, the IQ 200 is a fast, Level 2 EV charging station capable of delivering up to 65 miles of charge in an hour. From its sleek plug-and-play design to its advanced internal technology, it’s an industry-leading product.
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Vision IQ 200

The Vision IQ 200 is designed as a two-in-one solution to attract and captivate drivers. With static and dynamic display screens, this is the perfect point-of-charge advertising solution with up to 80 amps of output per charger. Ideal for retail, hospitality, and all high traffic locations.
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MQ 200

Elevating EV charging solutions for large-scale charger deployments, the MQ 200 is designed for fleets and multiunit locations with a fast 50-amp output and effortless user experience, and paired with a robust new charger portal for maximum control.

Please contact us if you need assistance finding the right charging equipment for your budget and needs as well as technical assistance in using your charger. Whatever your charging needs are, our knowledgeable team will help provide you with the right charging station that suits your requirements, whether it’s a Level 1, Level 2 or a Level 3, DCFC Fast Charger. In addition to installing all types of EV chargers, our licensed master electricians have extensive experience in this field. We do not recommend hiring any electrician or charging station without extensive experience. You can rest assured knowing you are getting the best products and installation available by calling our ChargeSmart EV certified electricians.  

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

There are three levels of EV charging. Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3. The higher the charging level, the higher the power output and thus the greater the speed of charging your electric vehicle. It is important to remember that the difference between Levels 1, 2, and 3 will ultimately affect vehicle charging times. To learn more about the different charging levels and to decide which one is most suitable for you, your vehicle, and your needs, you should contact ChargeSmart EV for more information on which charging station is right for you.

To understand how EV charging stations work, it is important to know how they are powered.

For EV charging, there are two types of electricity: Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC).  

Alternating Current (AC)
In your home or office, you'll always have AC power since electricity comes from the grid. AC, or alternating current, was so named because of the way it flows. This means that the direction of the current alternates periodically. Since AC electricity is capable of traveling long distances in an efficient manner, it is the global standard we all recognize and have direct access to. However, we do not eliminate direct current from our lives. In fact, we use it for powering electronics on a daily basis.

Direct Current (DC)
Direct current is the form of electric energy that is stored in batteries or used in the circuitry inside electric devices to provide power. As with AC, DC is named after how its power is transmitted; DC electricity moves in a straight line and supplies your device directly with electricity.