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Accessory Tracker

How Will You Charge Your Ride?

Some common add-ons to plug in vehicles will be electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), chargers, and software. Please see the bottom of the page for an explanation of these items and a glossary of commonly used terms.

This tracker focuses on latest revision SAE J-1772 and CHAdeMO compliant units that are designed for North American commercial and residential end-users. Prices shown are base (no options) equipment only (some vendors require that installation be done by their own contractors) and are before any applicable credits or rebates.

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Make / Model Typesort icon Level Maximum Amps Short Description Price (USD) Accessory Images
Leviton Evr-Green Installation Kit
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
20
Pre-wire kit that allows easy install of Leviton Evr-Green or selected other charging stations. Allows easy future upgrades of charging station. May reduce the need for special local permitting.
$79
Credit: Home Depot
Schneider Electric EVlink Outdoor
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
30
UL listed. Schneider outdoor model can be used in both residential or commercial applications. Optional advanced metering functionality to collect and monitor energy and demand profile data is also available. Advanced versions feature additional networking and communication features.
$2,772
Credit: Schneider
Volta Charging EVSE
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
30
Designed for media-driven installations that allow free charging to the public. Company is planning to launch network in 2012.
Credit: Volta Charging
Mitsubishi Level 1 Cordset
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
1
8
OEM cordset that comes with the Mitsubishi i.
Credit: mitsubishi-motors.ca
Delta AC Charging Station
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
30
Basic Level 2 station designed for residential or commercial use. Two models available, "Economic" or the networked "Smart".
EVS26, Credit: Richard Kelly
DBT Wallbox
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
16
Custom built stations. Customers can choose 1 or 2 plugs, and Level 1 or Level 2 power.
DBT Wallbox dual port, Credit: DBT
DBT GNS Series Level 2 Charging Station
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
30
Networked, dual-plug station with a variety of access control systems (RFID, NFC) and payment system options. Supports Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP).
EVS26. Credit: Richard Kelly
DBT BBR Series Charging Station
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
16
This station can be configured with one or two plugs, and has a variety of available access control systems and payment options. It can be set up standalone or configured with a central management system.
Credit: dbtusa.com
Leviton EV Charging Station for Toyota
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
40
Charging station designed by Leviton exclusively for the 2012 Toyota RAV4EV. (although it should work fine with other vehicles with J1772 inlets)
Credit: Leviton
Milbank EV Pedestal Charging Station
Charge Station, SAE J-1772
2
30
Designed for commercial applications. Provides all the capabilities of a 30 amp Level 2 station (same as the Aerovironment EVSE-RS) while providing a secure, lockable cabinet.
Credit: milbankpowergen.com