prior to installation of electrical wiring for EV charging stations.
- Evaluation of electrical conditions
- Electric Vehicle chargers and charging stations installed
- Circuit and power run to EV chargers and charging stations
- Disconnection of power to EV chargers and charging stations
EV chargers are also known as electric vehicle chargers. They generally are situated near the garage and driveway. Some chargers are rain tight and can be mounted on the exterior wall. Most commonly EV chargers are mounted in the interior of the garage. They require a dedicated circuit. Some cars charge faster when the
EV charger has a larger circuit. Some chargers let you decide between what amperages you can feed them with. A 20-amp circuit will take more time than a 40-amp circuit would to charge a car. The installation guide must be followed carefully. The closer the EV charger is placed to the main electrical panel the less work it is to feed the EV charger. The electrical panel must be inspected to see if it needs upgrading to a higher capacity before work begins.
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