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ClipperCreek introduces the smallest 240V plug-and-cord-connected EV charge station available
15 September 2013
ClipperCreek has announced the availability of the smallest cord and plug connected, 20A, Level 2 EV charging station on the market. Based on the LCS-25, this new product features a plug-in connection to make installation inexpensive and fast. With a standard 25-foot charge cable, there is no need to juggle cars to plug-in.
|LCS-25P. Click to enlarge.|
Customers with existing outlets can purchase the LCS-25P and install it in a matter of minutes by simply attaching it to the wall and plugging the LCS-25P into a 240V outlet. The LCS-25P has an introductory retail price of $549, and carries a 3-year warranty.
The LCS-25, which normally sells for $595, is currently on sale for $495.
All ClipperCreek products, including the new LCS-25P, are compatible with and approved for use on all plug-in vehicles including the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt, Ford plug-in vehicles, Tesla Model S, Honda Fit Electric, Toyota Rav4 EV, and Toyota Plug-In Prius.
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