The EVlink Level 2 charging stations use the SAE J1772 type connector which is used in majority of Smart Cars. The list is reviewed and updated on anual basis and as the specific brand of car is not mentioned in this inquiry please contact Customer Care Center to confirm: at +1-888-778-2733, Option 1, Option 1, Option 6, for more information. Regards, Customer Care
Hello Paul, Please check with your Honda dealer on recommendations. Schneider Electric discontinued the EV car chargers in August of 2017. Regards, Customer Care Center
No, this will not charge a Hybrid car.
This will work with the Chevy Bolt, but as a Level 2 charger. I will be using it when I get my Bolt in September (currently use it with a smart ED). Love the charger, BTW. Totally trouble free for almost 3 years (knocks on wood). I’m going to assume that by “fast charge” you mean DC Fast Charging. To do DC Fast Charging on the Bolt, you need 1) The DC FC option installed at the factory (+$700 option MSRP), and 2) A DC Fast Charger (specifically a Combined Charging System (CCS) charger) Number 1 is relatively easy, assuming you’ve got the spare $700 :-) Number 2 is probably not possible in a typical residential setting. You need a 480v transformer, plus a $7,000 +/- DC FC station, to have DC FC capability. Not something the typical residential setup can accommodate, where 220v with 100-300 amp service is the norm. FWIW, I’m getting my Bolt with DCFC capability, on the theory that more and more public DCFC stations will become available over the next couple of years....and on the theory that it’s better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it. :-) I hope this helps!!
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes the EVlink 30 will work in Mexico using a 208Y or 240 split phase voltage source, protected by a 40A two pole, non-gfi type circuit breaker. The product also carries a NOM certification.
Thank you for inquiry. The connector piece (J1772 compliant) is a Nema 3S rated plug and is rated for outdoor use.
No, the input voltage system for EV230WS is 208-240VAC. Regards, Schneider Electric Customer Care
Every time you push the delay button it adds 1 hour to the delay time before charging will start. If you unplug the vehicle it resets to no delay. So you would have to push the delay button every day if you only wanted to charge after midnight. On the other hand most cars have the ability to delay start time already.
Yes, it is CSA approved so you can install the EV Charger in residential homes in Canada. It is also available for purchase at the Canadian Home Depot site. http://www.homedepot.ca/product/30-amp-indoor-electric-vehicle-charging-station-2nd-gen-enhanced-model/989931