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Car Charger

Whether you need a permanent charger for your car or just want to repair an existing one, our team can help. We'll install it correctly and take care of any necessary maintenance so that there is no hassle in the future!

The EV charger is a permanent installation that you can use at home or on the go. The process to install it in your car varies depending on what type of device and where, but once installed they're typically easy for anyone who knows how to do them!

When you invest in an electric car, it’s important that there are enough chargers around for your convenience. That's why our team of experts will install one at home or work!
A permanent EV charger installation can make life easier and more convenient than ever before - just plugging into any outlet when needed with no cables getting tangled up inside buildings where they're not wanted anymore? It doesn't get much better than this (not counting all those tax incentives)!

Standard benefits:
- Permanent installation that is reliable and efficient.
- Repair services if something goes wrong with your charger.
Emotional benefits:
- You'll never have to worry about being stranded without a charge.
- You'll be helping the environment by using an electric car!

we are offering the following services for

Car chargers

  • Repair

  • Inspection

  • Testing

  • installation

  • Residential

  • Commercial

  • Maintenance 

What to Look For in a Car Charger

If you have a mobile device and want to use it while driving, you should invest in a good car charger. There are many types available, such as Level 1 chargers, Wireless chargers, and Fast-charging models. In this article, we'll discuss the different types and how they can help you keep your device powered up while driving. There are many advantages to buying a car charger, so read on for more information. You can even find a charger for your car that can be used in the car to charge multiple devices.

Level 1 car chargers

While the majority of EV owners in the U.S. are using the relatively expensive Level 2 chargers, this is not the only type of charger available. In fact, it is possible to use a Level 1 charger in your car, too. You can keep your Level 1 charger in your trunk, and use it when you are parked at a gas station or grocery store. However, if you'd rather have a faster charger, you can buy a Level 2 charger.

While most of the newer models of electric vehicles are equipped with high-speed charging capabilities, it is not always possible to charge them fully overnight. Generally, this means that a Level 1 charger can recharge your vehicle's battery in three to four hours. In fact, you can even charge your Leaf battery overnight in just a few hours using a Level 2 charger. In this way, you'll never need to worry about running out of range when your car is stuck in traffic.

Many owners of plug-in vehicles are familiar with the terms "levels" and "charging speeds." While they have the same meaning, the designations are not always correct. For instance, a Level 1 charger is not enough to pre-heat or pre-cool a car's cabin. The main difference between a Level 1 charger and a Level 2 charger is the amount of power available. Using a Level 2 charger is also preferable for PHEVs and EVs that do not have gas backup.

A level 2 charger is an investment in your car's future. You should be aware that it costs two to three times more to charge a car using a Level 2 charger than a Level 1 charger. Level 2 chargers are often more expensive than a Level 1 charger, but you may be able to save money on installation costs if you hire a qualified electrician to install it for you. However, you should keep in mind that the level 2 charger is still more convenient and easier to use in your home.

A Level 1 charger works by connecting to a 120-volt AC plug. However, it is important to know that the charging time for a fully-charged battery on Level 1 equipment is longer than that of a level two charger. In addition to that, a Level 2 charger requires a dedicated circuit. It is compatible with all types of electric cars, including plug-in hybrids. When you purchase a Level 1 car charger, you must be aware of the charging time, which can be eight to 12 hours.

Purchasing a Level 2 car charger will allow you to charge your car much faster than a Level 1 charger. Level 2 car chargers need a dedicated circuit to operate and will need an electrician to install them. Both types of chargers come with a safety switch. Moreover, these chargers are also weatherproof, so they can be used wherever you are. If you'd like to make your home electric car charging station portable, you can purchase a portable charger, while a permanent one should be installed on a permanent structure.

Wireless car chargers

When looking for a wireless car charger, you should decide which type of phone you want to use. There are two main types, magnetic chargers and suction cup attachments. The former are best for use in the dashboard or on the windshield, while the latter are designed to be mounted on the dash or the windshield. If you're not sure which type of car charger to choose, consider the features listed below to make your decision.

Some newer model cars come with built-in wireless car chargers. However, these are not yet available in most vehicles. You can still find the best wireless car chargers for less than $50 online. The biggest advantage of wireless car chargers is the convenience they bring to you. You can use them while driving instead of pulling over to plug in a charging cord, which can be cumbersome and easily lost. Also, if you have a phone case that stretches across the entire surface of the charger, wireless chargers can charge it.

While choosing the best wireless car charger for your phone can be confusing, there are many options available. It is important to know what type of phone you have before you purchase one. You can buy universal wireless car chargers that work for most major brands, but some models only work with Apple devices. The best ones should be compatible with your phone. Some models will charge a phone that is not so thin. If you need a wireless charger that's specifically made for your phone, consider the CHGeek wireless car charger.

Some wireless car chargers feature a suction cup mount and an air vent clip. This makes them easy to mount in a car. The Qi version of this model offers a 10-W power output to charge Android devices and iPhones. Another feature is its built-in Alexa capability, which allows you to make calls or check your safety while driving. It also features Auto Sense Technology and an IR proximity sensor that automatically opens when the car door is opened. Many of the wireless car chargers come with mounting cradle cams and have excellent customer reviews.

The DOODBI wireless car charger is another option to consider. This model is compatible with virtually any model of phone. Its 15W output is sufficient to charge your phone quickly. However, unlike most other chargers, it is not supplied with a charging cable. However, since most smartphones use Qi wireless charging, it should work just fine with your phone. It is also compatible with the iPhone 12.

Another type of wireless car charger is the APPS2Car windshield model. It has a color LED light integrated into its charging plate to inform you of the charging status. It also has an advanced sensor to detect debris on the charging plate. iOttie also offers two models for charging your device. One model sticks to the dashboard, while the other one uses a suction cup. Both types charge at speeds of up to 10W.

Fast-charging car chargers

Electric vehicles are becoming mainstream, but the infrastructure is still somewhat of a Wild West. Three years ago, there were fewer than 10 models available in the U.S. There were also few charging stations, so many potential buyers worried they would run out of juice far away from their nearest electric vehicle charging station. These problems have been slowly alleviated, however, and fast-charging car chargers are now available outside of many major metropolitan areas. As more electric companies realize how much money they can make through charging their cars, networks of chargers will appear along motorways.

Level 2 chargers are sold separately from cars, and require a more complicated setup. They plug into a 240V outlet and can charge three to seven times faster than their level 1 counterparts. The level 2 chargers require heavier gauge wire and are usually hard-wired to comply with NEC codes. Unlike the 40-amp unit, level 2 chargers are typically more expensive. They also offer marginally faster charging.

DC fast chargers (or Level 3) are the most efficient. At a rate of 50-150 kW, these chargers can quickly add range to an electric vehicle. They can also provide a charge for an electric vehicle as fast as 80 percent overnight. Although these fast chargers are generally faster than their slower counterparts, some electric vehicles are still unable to accept high-speed AC charging. A Level 3 charger will add 80 percent range to an EV in as little as 30 minutes.

Tesla makes electric cars, and is developing an extensive charging network for them, both domestically and overseas. One of these is the Tesla Supercharger, which can add up to 200 miles of range in just 15 minutes. The rate at which a fast charger adds range will vary depending on the model of the vehicle, its current battery level, and the charger itself. It's worth remembering that Tesla's Superchargers cost a lot more than a comparable gas-powered car.

DC fast chargers are also the fastest, but they require a 480-volt connection. They are not suitable for home use and are typically found in commercial establishments, shopping malls, and major travel corridors. The connector used in DC fast chargers depends on the brand of the electric vehicle and whether or not the car supports this connector system. For more information, check the owner's manual or manufacturer's official website.

In addition to Tesla's Supercharger, a few other electric cars are now compatible with ultra-rapid charging. Some of these models charge even faster than the Taycan. The fastest charging electric car is the Porsche Taycan, which can reach up to 80 percent in half an hour at 200 kW. The EQS 450+ has an impressive range of around 453 miles. If you're wondering whether your electric car is compatible with ultra-rapid charging, we recommend taking a look at the EQS 450+.


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I had a great experience with Grip Electric Limited when I had my EV car charger installed. Their customer service was excellent and I am very happy with the results. The installation process was quick and easy, and the final product looks great. I would definitely recommend their services to anyone considering an EV charger installation.


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I absolutely loved the installation service by Grip Electric Limited! They were extremely professional and courteous throughout the entire process. The lane electrician was very knowledgeable and explained everything in detail so that I could make an informed decision. He even took the time to show me how to use the charger properly. I would highly recommend their services to anyone considering installing a permanent EV car charger.


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I contacted Grip Electric Limited when I started having issues with my old car charger. They were extremely helpful and responsive, sending someone out to take a look at my car charger within a few days. The technician they sent was knowledgeable and friendly, and he was able to quickly identify the issue with my car charger. He then installed a new, permanent EV car charger for me in no time. I am extremely happy with the service I received from Grip Electric Limited, and I would highly recommend them to anyone in need of a new car charger. Thank you, Grip Electric Limited, for your excellent service!


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I'm very pleased with the service I received from Grip Electric Limited. The installation of my permanent EV car charger was completed quickly and efficiently, and the customer service was excellent. I was given a detailed explanation of the work that would be carried out, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this company to anyone looking for a professional and efficient electrical installation service. In addition to the Installation of my EV car charger, I also had an EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) carried out by Grip Electric Limited. This was extremely comprehensive and provided me with peace of mind that my electrical installation is safe and compliant with current regulations. I will definitely be using Grip Electric again in the future for any electrical work I need to be carried out.


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