Smart EV charger solutions for homes and apartments

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Charge your EV effortlessly from the comfort of your home with a home charging station. Not only is it the safest option for charging your electric vehicle at home, but it can also charge your car up to eight times faster than a regular outlet. What’s more, by connecting your home smart ev charger manufacturer to the charging management software of your choice, you can control your station remotely and get detailed charging insights. Plus, you can schedule charging during off-peak times to minimize your costs and protect your grid connection.

  • Safer and quicker than a regular outlet
  • Convenient and easy-to-use
  • Save money by charging during off-peak hours

EV charging stations for public locations

Fully charging even the largest battery in under an hour, DC fast chargers are ideal for on-the-go locations like petrol stations, highway rest stops, and fleet depots. With a charging capacity of up to 350 kW, DC fast chargers take only minutes (vs. hours) to charge a vehicle (if an EV supports it). This gives your visitors just enough time to browse your location and spend more while they wait. After a quick stop, shop, and charge, your EV-driving customers can be on their way.

  • Attract valuable customers who spend more
  • Be an early adopter and build brand loyalty
  • Future-proof your business

Charging stations for businesses

Whether you manage a shop, hotel, workplace, or any other commercial location, having charging ports on-site can bring your business a host of benefits. From giving you an edge over your competition to helping you drive profit and attract loyal customers who stay longer and spend more, there has never been a better time to invest. Plus, your EV-driving employees, customers, and visitors will be thankful for the convenient amenity, allowing them to charge up and get on with their day.

  • Boost occupancy and attract new customers
  • Generate new revenue streams

Support throughout your charging journey

Our extensive list of services makes it easy to operate and maintain your Besen EV chargers into the future.

  • Remote firmware updates
  • 2 or 3-year warranty, extendable to 5 years
  • Lifetime connectivity

Charging smart ev charger manufacturer made easy

Use our charging manufacturer software to track, manage, and optimize EV charging at your location.

  • Real-time insights into charging behavior
  • Automated payment flows
  • Earn revenue by setting charging fees

What are the different types of EV chargers?

Charging capability is categorized into three tiers. Level 1 and Level 2 use 120-volt and 240-volt AC electricity, respectively, which is what your house is wired for. Level 3, also called DC fast-charging, is high-voltage (400 to 800 volts) DC charging that takes place at a dedicated public EV charger and charges far faster. DC fast-chargers cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to install, so it’s not something you’d install at home.

Are all home EV chargers the same?

Home-charging equipment is analogous to a USB cable to charge your phone. It connects the electricity in your house to your car, and in that way they’re all similar. The main differences are their output capability, typically expressed in either amps (e.g., 32, 40, 48 amps) or power (e.g., 7.7, 9.6, 11.5 kW), which equates to charging speed, and whether or not they are Wi-Fi connected, which typically allows charging to be monitored and controlled remotely via a smartphone app.

Are there tax breaks for EV owners who buy a home charger?

There was a federal tax credit of 30 percent of your total costs, which is capped at $1000. The cost of the electrical upgrades and wiring to your house qualifies, in addition to the charging unit itself. This credit expired at the end of 2021, but if you bought or installed equipment prior to that date, you can still claim it. In addition, there are often additional state or regional incentives, so make sure to check what’s available in your area.

Do I need to buy EV charging equipment?

Not necessarily. While you do need a device to connect the electricity from your house to your vehicle, you may be able to get by with the portable charging equipment that came with your vehicle. In some cases, the car either comes with or the automaker sells accessory adapters that allow the portable unit to plug into a 240-volt circuit and provide perfectly acceptable charging speeds, as long as you don’t mind leaving it behind in your garage (or regularly loading it in and out of your car).

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