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Electric Vehicle (EV) 16 Amp Level 2 Charging Station-DISCONTINUED

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If you have just bought an Electric Vehicle you will need an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger that is easy to use, simple to install and reliable. Legrand's Level 2 Charging Station is all this and a whole lot more. It provides homes and buildings with user-friendly plug-in charging solutions that are economical to own and dependable. Certified by ETL to all applicable UL standards, the Legrand Electric Vehicle Charging Station is able to power up your car for the energy efficient highway. It incorporates Pass & Seymour's GFCI protection, allowing you to charge in confidence. Legrand's Level 2 Charging Station is brought to you by a company that has been a recognized leader in developing innovative electrical products for over 100 years.

  • Compatible with all plug-in electric vehicles that have a SAE J1772 charge connector
  • Status indicator lights alert users to readiness and faults
  • Supplies full charge in 3 - 6 hrs
  • 24 ft. coiled cord for easy cord management
  • Weatherproof NEMA 3R rating allows for indoor or outdoor installation
  • Built-in Pass & Seymour GFCI protection with Self-Test feature
  • Detects lack of ground (Ground Continuity Monitoring)
  • Communication with vehicle confirms electrical connections prior to charging
  • Auto-reset allows charger to re-try after a minor electrical fault. This prevents lock out and low charge situations
  • RoHs (Reduction of Hazardous Substances) Compliant
  • Call for your FREE in-home consultation: 1-800-466-3337 enter code 267. Installation services provided by The Home Depot authorized independent professionals
  • Meets the following standards: SAE J1772 Electric Vehicle Conductive Charge Coupler Standard, UL 2202 UL Standard for Safety for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging System Equipment, UL 2231 UL Standard for Personnel Protection Systems for Electric Vehicle (EV) Supply Circuits, UL 2251 UL Standard for Safety for Plugs, Receptacles and Couplers for Electric Vehicles, UL 2594 UL Outline of Investigation for Electric Vehicle Supply EquipmentNEC Article 625 Electric Vehicle Charging System

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Will it work for Leaf? And how long will it recharge? Thnaks

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May 2, 2012
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Syracuse, NY
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December 26, 2012
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Yes, it has been tested on a Leaf and a Level 2 EV Charging Station (Model #: L2EVSE16) supplies a full charge in 3-6 hours.
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August 28, 2012
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Yes, the unit works with my 2011 Nissan LEAF. From my usual 3 to 4 bards down, it goes to full 12 bars in 4-5 hours.
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August 5, 2012
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I believe so, but it would be best to check it out by test driving a Leaf if u dont own one already, and get it to a FISKER dealer (the FISKER dealer's charger says Fisker and Lear, but they are rebranded Legrand units, exactly the same thing inside), and test it. Some Leaf's have had their OBC's (On-Board Charger) ruined by GE Wattstations. This is the only brand that I know has damaged the LEAF. So Read More
I believe so, but it would be best to check it out by test driving a Leaf if u dont own one already, and get it to a FISKER dealer (the FISKER dealer's charger says Fisker and Lear, but they are rebranded Legrand units, exactly the same thing inside), and test it. Some Leaf's have had their OBC's (On-Board Charger) ruined by GE Wattstations. This is the only brand that I know has damaged the LEAF. So you're probably safe testing it. The 2011, and 2012 Leafs can not use more than 16 amps, so all current LEAFS to date will have as fast a charge as possible with this 16 amp maximum unit. Read Less
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Schaumburg, IL
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May 4, 2012
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Hello Nic, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
This unit is compatible with your Leaf. Both comply with SAE J1772 specs for charging.
Here is the link to a page where you can easily see what I am referring to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_Leaf
I hope this helps,
Newf.
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Is there a replacement cord and J1722 connector for this Legrand charger?

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November 26, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry. Unfortunately, this item(Legrand Electric Vehicle (EV) 16 Amp Level 2 Charging Station...Model # L2EVSE16) does not have available replacement parts.
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November 18, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Legrand and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-877-295-3472. For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Legrand and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-877-295-3472. For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call HomeDepot.com customer service at 1-800-430-3376. Read Less
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What is the efficiency rating for this charger?

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San Diego Ca
April 10, 2013
By efficiency, I mean percentage loss of KW when charging the vehicle. KW in versus KW out. Thanks.
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June 13, 2013
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Thank you for your question. Legrand's Electric Vehicle (EV) 16 Amp Level 2 Charging Station(Model # L2EVSE16) doesn't have any efficiency loss as we are not converting AC to DC or stepping up/down the voltage levels at the EVSE. The EVSE is a safety device that connects the car to the grid in a safe manner. The actually efficiency to consider would be that of the on board charger in the car as that is Read More
Thank you for your question. Legrand's Electric Vehicle (EV) 16 Amp Level 2 Charging Station(Model # L2EVSE16) doesn't have any efficiency loss as we are not converting AC to DC or stepping up/down the voltage levels at the EVSE. The EVSE is a safety device that connects the car to the grid in a safe manner. The actually efficiency to consider would be that of the on board charger in the car as that is where the conversion from AC to DC happens. Read Less
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Hi Chas,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
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Will this device work to charge a Mitsubishi MIEV?

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Thank you for your question. Yes, the Level 2 charger(Model # L2EVSE16) will work with a Mitsubishi MIEV, and is compatible with all vehicles that support the SAE J1772 standard.
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Hello Kipster and thank you for your question.
I checked out the Mitsubishi i website for their recommendations for MMNA Authorized Residential Charging Stations. They recommended two optional EVSE home charging docks that have Level 2 (240V) charging with a SAE J1772 charge connector: http://i.mitsubishicars.com/miev/charging/ways.
The Legrand Electric Vehicle (EV) 16-Amp Level 2 Charging Station is Read More
Hello Kipster and thank you for your question.
I checked out the Mitsubishi i website for their recommendations for MMNA Authorized Residential Charging Stations. They recommended two optional EVSE home charging docks that have Level 2 (240V) charging with a SAE J1772 charge connector: http://i.mitsubishicars.com/miev/charging/ways.
The Legrand Electric Vehicle (EV) 16-Amp Level 2 Charging Station is not listed as one of the 2 recommended charging units, however it does have many of the same specifications. One reviewer even gave 5/5 stars to recommend this product.
You should contact your local Mitsubishi i pre-certified dealership to ensure compatibility for the charging station and your electric car to maintain the warranty and for optimum performance: http://i.mitsubishicars.com/dealers.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great! Glad I bought this. I bought this to charge my new 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV. I had been charging it with an extension cord connected to a regular wall outlet. This would take up to 22 hours for an empty to full charge. However, with the Legrand, I can now charge my car from empty to full in less than 6 hours. What a relief this has been for me in being able to maintain enough charge to keep me going with my busy work schedule of 65 hours a week at 2 jobs in 2 states. It's convenient to use, and easy to connect. I did all the wiring by myself and set the system up on its own breaker. It's connected on the outside of my house where I can simply back my car in the driveway and charge it. The only concern I have is that the fault light stays on constantly; it never goes off. So it initially appears as if something is wrong, but its not. The black plastic box it all comes in is excessively too big for what little components & wiring are inside. But I will say for the price, compared to everything else I've seen, it was worth it. Nothin fancy about it, but it does work and does the trick. I've had no problems with mine so far. Now.. because these are so much cheaper than the others, if only more of these were installed at area businesses and shopping plazas....life would be even better. I really think Home Depot is missing out on a great Public Relations and Marketing opportunity to advertise this product by simply installing it and making at least one of them available to their customers at each of their Home Depot stores. I know I would personally shop there more if I knew this was an option. Not to mention how much of an opportunity this is for them to set a good business practice example for other businesses to attract customers like us that drive all electric cars. Home Depot.... are you listening?? July 24, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Legrand's Level 2 Charging Station - Returned The Legrand charger worked but had several flaws and was returned as being defected. After charging the unit would lock-up and not operate until the power was removed from the unit and reset. Hence, after each charge the circuit breaker had to be turned off and back on before another charge cycle could be initiated. Another disturbing detail was the heavy tension applied to the car charge input connector by the chargers coil cord. The pull on the connector was excessive and in time, I believe would damage the connector. Home depot sells a unit from another manufacturer of which I have since purchased and am complete satisfied. April 23, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does What is Promised! Works fine as a L2 home charger for my 2011 LEAF at 16 amps. Unit is huge and HALLOW - this could be made the size of a large book, or lunch box vs the big empty plastic shell it is. As someone mentioned, the LEDs all stay on when unit is not in use - 1 would be plenty. Cord is heavy, but bright orange gives it good visibility. Very plain, but a good unit for the money. Durable/working so far! Its great that Home Depot is selling these, hope we can get smaller units with self-retracting cords that can be installed everywhere :) August 28, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The coiled cord is great! This EVSE does what it's built for: It supplies the 240v for your car. We've had no problems using it with our Mitsubishi i-MiEV over the last two months. The coiled cord and the place to store the connector when not charging make using it a cinch. The only complaint I'd have about it is that the indicator lights are lit all the time, even when it isn't plugged into the car. Seems silly to waste electricity on lights no one is looking at most of the time - especially for a device bought by an energy conscious user. March 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product but could be better. Best price available. Great product easy to install it has the best price that I could find, but it could be a little better. My 120V charger that came with my Volt has a built in light at the plug which was a grat idea. This feature is not available on my 240V Legrand charger and is missed. Another thing they should have available is a 240V plug-in version, which can be pluged into a common dryer type outlet to make it more portable! October 17, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Unit This unit performs as adveritsed and charges the Fisker well. I thought the coil cord would make the installation and use easier and it does. The only negative is the tension and heavy weight of the coil cord and the strain it places on the vehicle plastic charge socket. I fabricated a strain relief to carry the weight load. Fast shipping from Home Depot is a plus. February 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It just works It's a fairly basic unit. Someone called L2 chargers "glorified extension cords", and it was spot on. Box itself is pretty bulky, and 90% empty. Plastic housing is thick and feels solid. It doesn't have any controls. When you plug it, it charges, when you disconnect - it stops. It shows when it is ready to charge (passed self-test), and when it is actually charging. I was considering Schneider and Legrand, and decided on Legrand because of the coiled cord. I read that coiled cords are hard to walk past, but in my particular case cord was not in the way, and I didn't want to get my hands dirty coiling the cord in the morning before going to work. This is a 16A unit. It will charge current generation of Volts and Leafs at full speed, but Schneider may charge future EV's capable of drawing more juice faster. Cord is pretty heavy, and it pulls back with significant force. That assures that it comes back nicely, but also it feels like it puts more stress on the charging port than a straight cord would. January 15, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Note: This is only a 16A unit. Just pointing out that this should be able to charge the Volt or model year 2012 Leaf just fine. But the 2013 Leaf will be able to pull 30A (and the Ford Focus). So, for the extra few bucks, you might want to get a 30A unit. March 11, 2012
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