Level 2 electric vehicle charging station

The WattStation wall-mount electric vehicle charging station, manufactured by General Electric, delivers a full-cycle charge to a 24 kWh battery in 4 to 8 h.

09/13/2012


WattStationThe WattStation wall-mount electric vehicle charging station, manufactured by General Electric, delivers a full-cycle charge to a 24 kWh battery in 4 to 8 h. This charging station features ground fault protection, a backlit charging icon, and zero energy consumption when not in use. It can withstand outdoor conditions and can be hardwired or plugged into a NEMA 6-50 receptacle upon installation by a certified electrician or contractor. A mounting plate with heavy-duty screws and a key lock secure the WattStation in place, and GE provides a step-by-step installation video. Features include commerce and card reader capability, user authentication, metering, and open architecture network communications.

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