Lectron debuts line of EV charging products

Lectron debuts line of EV charging products

Lectron has debuted a product portfolio to support electric vehicle owners with all of their charging needs.

A few products include:

Tesla to J1772 Adapter (48 amp): An adapter that supports 48 amps of maximum current and 250V of maximum voltage, it gives those with J1772 vehicles access to an additional 15,000 charging stations nationwide.

J1772 to Tesla Adapter: For Tesla Model S/3/X/Y drivers, this adapter allows them to access any J1772 compatible charger, giving consumers four to six times as many charging destinations at their disposal, the company says.

Level 2 Charger (40 amp): Designed to make charging portable, quick and effortless at home or on the road, and is compatible with all J1772 EVs and plug-in hybrid EVs; it has an extra-long, 18-ft. cable.

V-BOX Charging Station (48 amp): Slated to be released in Q2, this product features best-in-class charging speed and power, and plugs into a standard NEMA 14-50 wall outlet; supports J1772-compatible electric vehicles.

Lectron says it is expanding its charging footprint through its relationship with Karma Automotive, an American producer of luxury electric vehicles.

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