Blink Charging Home Electric Vehicle Charger: Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charge provides enough power to charge most EVs in 4 hours or less. If you’re looking to charge faster. The Blink EVSE can be upgraded to the Level 3 EVSE. Which can charge an EV in less than an hour! No matter what you need, we have it covered, just visit our website to see what other options we offer!
Introducing the Blink Charging
Blink charging is now available for home use. It provides up to 7.2kW of power and can recharge an EV in about 4 hours. As compared to 10+ with a typical public station. This option also allows you to set your own schedule for charging. Whether it’s overnight or whenever you have time during the day. For example, if you want to charge while at work, all you need is a regular 120v outlet. No high-power installation is needed. If you want to make sure your EV is always charged. And ready when it’s time to go, then our Blink solution has got you covered.
Blink Charging Review
The Blink charging home level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charge is another good choice. The Blink EV charging station offers a lot of options. A sleek and simple design, access to an app for payment and control, and capabilities for many types of vehicles. It’s also easy to use with its Plug-and-Charge convenience. So you can start charging your EV quickly without worrying about any special equipment. The station can be installed on most hard surfaces including in driveways or garages, making it easy to add a level 2 charger wherever you need one. Additionally, there are no special outlets needed so you can plug into any regular outlet in your home or business.
Charging Home Level 2
The Blink charging home level 2 is considered a household charger and can charge an EV from 0% to 80% in approximately 6-8 hours. Like all Blink chargers, it’s maintenance free and works with any electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid vehicle. Blink makes installing a Level 2 home charger easy with their smart phone app which allows users to find and reserve charge station locations and pre-pay for charging sessions through their account. This allows drivers to simply pull up, plug in, and go about their day while electricity charges your car at no cost. EVs are an important component of our clean energy future, but people need places to charge them where they live.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger
EV chargers provide a fast, convenient, and environmentally-friendly way to charge your EV. Unlike other charging technologies, EV chargers don’t require AC power because they draw DC power from your vehicle’s on-board charger. The Blink Charging Home uses a common 240V NEMA 14-50 plug and is compatible with any level 1 or level 2 EV charger on the market today. Best of all, it charges at a rate that’s similar to using a standard electric outlet! That means you can count on your Blink Charging Station to juice up faster than you thought possible – without spending an arm and a leg on batteries.
Blink Charging Pros and cons
Due to its more powerful output, a level 2 charge is about 40% faster than level 1 and can fully charge most EVs in less than six hours. However, a typical home’s electrical system may not be able to handle charging at such high levels. If your electrical system or wiring isn’t in top shape, adding additional power loads will cause your circuit breakers to trip. In fact, every 100 watts of power draw requires an additional 10-amp circuit breaker. So if you want to charge with Blink but are concerned about tripping your circuit breakers, opt for a lower amperage level 1 charger that draws just 15 amps—and keep in mind that installing another 15-amp outlet would cost about $25 per outlet through an electrician.