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Level Two Electric Vehicle Charging

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Level Two EV Charging is 240 Volt 15 Amps, 30 Amps, or 50 Amps. Level Two charging can be done with many different types of outlets in your home, warehouse, business, or other commercial building.  It is the mid-range of charging for electric vehicles.  The different outlets you may already have in your home for level two EV charging are your dryer outlet and your electric range outlet.  Level two charging can offer ranges of over 60 miles of per hour of charging, depending on variables.  Level two charging is also using household electricity but in higher doses.  You can...

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