It is featured with a 95 kWh battery pack, of which 86.5 kWh is usable. The Audi e-tron is fitted with a standard 11 kW on-board charger in North America, so a 40-amp plug-in charger or a 48-amp hardwired version can be used to charge the Audi e-tron. So let’s look at the Top 8 best Audi e-tron home chargers that are available on the market.
Understanding that not all EV owners have the same electrical set up at their house. The ChargePoint Home Flex is configurable to deliver various levels of amperage depending on your home’s electrical panel setup.
The ChargePoint home flex is a wall-mounted charger that is compatible with virtually all leading electric vehicles on the market because it uses the industry standard SAE J1772 plug.
The ChargePoint Home Flex is a Wi-Fi enabled connected device with a smartphone app that is compatible with both IOS and Android.
ChargePoint Home Flex has an aesthetically pleasing design, ergonomic handle and makes charging a simple and enjoyable experience. In addition, it has been tested to be both safe and reliable. It is UL listed for safety, Energy Star certified for efficiency, backed by a three-year warranty and 24 / 7 support is available by phone.
The JuiceBox smart home charger is Wi-Fi enabled and responds to grid signals to charge when electricity is cheaper and cleaner.
You can reduce your electric bill by participating in your utility smart charging programs and by leveraging utility rebates that cover the cost of the station and installation.
This also has an app that will charge when it’s the cheapest. The JuiceNet app even reminds you if you forgot to plug in. It’s easy to save time and money with this smart home charger.
There are two power outputs to choose from, 9.6 kW or 11.5 kW. The 11.5 kW version is obviously more powerful and can charge your vehicle quicker, but it does cost more. Most properties and vehicles can’t take advantage of this.
Most of you will be opting for the 9.6 kW version which is about 7 times faster than a standard domestic outlet and that’s plenty fast enough for those overnight top-up charges where really you’re just recovering the miles that you’ve used that day to enable those overnight charges.
The smart charger comes standard with a 24-foot Premium cable.
It’s Wi-Fi enabled. You can connect the charger to some OCPP apps, such as AmpUp, ChargeLab and its own app, to monitor, manage and control your charger. You can tell the charger which hours you want the charger to charge your car, so you can get better rates in the middle of the night. Real-time charging data is also obtainable.
It can charge any electric vehicle sold in North America including Tesla via an adapter. Pairing with an Emporia Vue Energy Monitor, the Emporia EV charger allows you to monitor your home energy usage, set a Peak Demand goal, and charge your electric car when your solar system is producing excess energy.
The smart charger with an iPhone / Android app allows you to monitor, control energy use and charging sessions, schedule charging at off-peak times when the electricity rate is low.
With an IP66 rated enclosure, the charger can be installed both indoors and outdoors.
The company offers a 3-year warranty.
The UL safety certification guarantees that your charger can work safely.
The NEMA 4 rated enclosure allows you to install the charging unit both indoors & outdoors because the NEMA 4 rated can withstand the elements under severe weather conditions.
The EVoCharge EVSE comes with a NEMA 6-50 plug, which means that you need a qualified electrician to install a NEMA 6-50 outlet so you can charge your car at 240 volts and get the full 32 amps.
The 40-amp of power (9.6 kW at 240 volts) is the maximum that you can set to. Besides, the amperage rating is adjustable automatically or manually to meet your specific needs.
If you don’t have a NEMA 14-50 outlet yet, you can use the converter and charge your vehicle at a lower amperage at 110 or 120 volts for the moment.
In addition, the IP67 rated main unit and the charging gun ensure that you can charge your vehicle outdoors with this charger even on rainy days.
It features a 25-foot long cable that can reach any corner of your garage and even allows you to charge your vehicle on the driveway.
The charger is compatible with all EV models, including Tesla vehicles. The included NEMA 6-50 plug allows you to charge at 240 volts.