As the demand for EVs is increasing and becoming more and more popular among car enthusiasts, the need to install EV charging stations has grown as well. PrimecomTech feels pride in providing high-quality Level 2 EV Charger at affordable prices.
According to the statistical reports by Bloomberg, it is expected that 57% of vehicles on the road would be EVs by 2050. The popularity of EVs amongst individuals is increasing day by day. On average, 2 million new EVs will be on the road in the current years, which was just a thousand couple of years back. So with the increasing demand for EVs, so is the charging stations. EVs are your new future, and they are to stay here for long.
Once you have decided to get an EV charger, the next step is to decide which one is best for your needs. Our installation team is here to help you. We provide an extensive range of chargers at reasonable prices.
First and foremost, you need to decide whether you need to opt for a networked or non-networked system. If you are considering charging for the service, then you want to get a network system. PrimecomTech advance charging stations allow the owners to manage the users efficiently. They can determine how many drivers have used it, hours of operation, who can and can't use it, producing reports on hours of use, and also the amount of CO2 prevented from discharging into the atmosphere. Your charging station will even appear on Google and Apple maps and other relevant websites. This makes it easy for EV drivers to find the available chargers.
When you have our rapid Level 2 charging station with a sleek design, cable management solution, and additional Wi-Fi and OCPP network installed, you are making your life easy. You can charge your electric vehicle between trips or while you sleep.
Our charging stations have simple to use cable interfaces, and the cable retractor allows you to reduce wear and tear on your cable and connector. It also provides long-term durability.PrimecomTech offers a complete EV Charging system installation & integration. Depending on the current infrastructure in place, we offer various types of services:
1. NEMA 220V Outlet Installation
2. 8 / 10 / 12 Gauge 220V Electric Cable Installation
3. Electric Vehicle Charger Installation
Level 2 chargers are the most common ones to be used for the facilities like corporate garages, parking lots, hospital garages, apartment buildings, shopping centers, and much more. These facilities require a 240-volt connection and usually charge at the rate of 25 miles per hour.
You need to make sure that you need to get in touch with the local and state municipalities and get what requirements are there for your area. Further, get all the necessary inspections and permits needed and available grants and rebates. Keep in mind that all chargers must meet all the requirements of the industry, for example, pedestal heights, etc.
Next, our experts will also conduct a site assessment to identify our available power and options. This includes the right location for your chargers and any future chargers. If needed any re-wiring or more equipment, we can guide you.
An important thing that you need to keep in mind that all chargers need to be installed close to the power source. Why? Because it provides ease of repair and also it is less expensive. If you get too much digging, it can get expensive. So it is always the best idea to make your parking spots closest to your power source into EV spots. If you want to make it convenient and less costly, consider pulling power from the closest electrical room or install a new meter and service from a close utility transformer. Also, avoid having it installed in an area that floods or has poor drainage.
Consider planning your installation now and also for your future expansion. You can even consider oversizing your breaker panel and the conduit for more chargers and more circuits than you presently need. If you do it now, it will make it simpler and less expensive later on. Also, consider pulling more conductors than you require, all at once. You can leave the extra ones in the junction box or handhole. In this way, when you increase the number of EV chargers, you don’t have to buy an additional panel, dig again, install extra conduits, or rewire again. Planning ahead can save you a lot in the longer run.
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