Since residential charging is convenient and inexpensive, most plug-in electric vehicles (also known as electric cars or EVs) drivers do more than 80% of their charging at home. Charging in a single-family home, usually in a garage, allows you to take advantage of low, stable residential electricity rates. The cost to run your car over the course of a year can be less than running an air conditioner.
A Tesla Wall Connector is the most convenient way to charge at your home or office, with the fastest charge speeds. Simply plug in overnight and wake up to a full charge, every morning. For unique power situations, the Wall Connector can also be installed with lower amperage circuit breakers to support almost any existing electrical system.
If you drive an electric car, you will require an EV charger to power your vehicle. Compared with the regular plug, using a home electric car charger can be up to 2.5 times faster, and when it comes to the different types of charging cords, you have the choice of a 120-volt (Level 1) or 240-volt (Level 2) power cords. Those who are looking for a faster charge time, will most likely prefer the Level 2 EV charger.