Schumacher Electric launches EV level 2 charger

Schumacher Electric launches EV level 2 charger

Schumacher Electric Corporation has introduced its new EV Series Level 2 Charger in the U.S. Delivering up to 50 amps, this model is capable of adding up to 60 miles of range per hour, the company says. The Level 2 charger operates on 240 volts and is available in hardwired or plug-and-go options. The product is available on Amazon and will retail for $699.

Other features of the Schumacher Level 2 EV charger include:

  • Suitable for both residential and commercial use
  • 3-year warranty
  • Low profile design
  • Rain tight housing
  • 25-ft. cable
  • Wi-fi and Bluetooth enabled
  • Includes SAE J1772 connector

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