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ClipperCreek upgrades HCS-40 and CS-40 series EV charging stations from 30A to 32A

ClipperCreek has upgraded the popular HCS-40 and CS-40 series EV charging stations from 30 Amps to 32 Amps continuous as a standard offering, with no increase in price. The HCS-40 is the first major brand, low cost, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station to break through to the 32 Amp level without increasing the selling price, the company said.

After an in depth analysis, the ClipperCreek team determined the standards would allow an additional 480 Watts of power for charging without compromising quality, safety, or durability.

—Jason France, President and Founder of ClipperCreek

Charging at 32 Amps and 240 Volts, the 7.7 kW HCS-40 now offers increased power for cost conscious customers. All of ClipperCreek’s charging station products are safety certified by independent testing laboratories and compatible with all plug in vehicles available today.

The HCS-40 comes with 25 feet of charging cable and a “no strings attached” 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.



Did they just found out that their charger could safely take 32 Amps instead of 30 Amps and undated the rating label?

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