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AC Level 1 Electric Car Charging (120 volts)
Level 1 EV chargers use standard 120v electrical outlets. This level of charging usually comes with your vehicle. It is fairly slow when compared to level 2 charging.
AC Level 2 Electric Car Charging (208-240 volts, 40 amps max)
Level 2 EV chargers use 240v electrical circuits. The majority of household electric car chargers are level 2. Level 2 EV chargers allow you to charge your electric vehicle in just a few hours. A level 2 EV charger safely and quickly delivers AC power to your electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid so you’re always ready to go. Level 2 EV chargers allow you to charge at a rate 3 to 5 times faster than a traditional level 1 charger. Simply put, you will get more EV mileage in less time. Having a level 2 EV charger means having reliable and energy efficient charging.
Level 2 is officially recommended by PG&E for residential EV chargers. Click here for more details >>>
DC Level 3 Electric Car Charging
Level 3 EV chargers use 480v electrical circuits. This level of charge is usually only available for public electric car charging stations. Level 3 charging for electric car is currently the fastest charging method available.