Hardwire Vs Plug-In EV Charger
When considering a Level 2 charger for your home, there are two primary options: hardwiring the EV charger or installing a NEMA 14-50 outlet. Hardwiring provides a faster and more reliable charging experience but requires a dedicated circuit and professional installation, making it more complex and costly. On the other hand, a NEMA 14-50 outlet is easier and less expensive to install, and offers more flexibility with a plug-in charger that can be moved or removed. However, charging via this outlet may be slower due to potential voltage drop or other electrical issues. For more on Hardwire vs. Plug-In, check here.
To determine which option is best for your needs, contact Peak EV Solutions at 720-828-3225 or schedule a call through their website.