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Accell expands EVSE lineup with AxFAST 3202 Level 2 Portable Charger

Accell introduced the AxFAST 3202 32 Amp Level 2 Portable Electric Vehicle Charger (EVSE). Accell’s new AxFAST 3202 will be available in November.


The AxFAST 3202 is an easy-to-use and cost-effective Level 2, 240 Volt, 32 Amp EVSE charging solution for electric vehicles. Charging up to six times faster than Level 1 charging, the AxFAST’s charging gun supports the SAE J1772 standard for USA electric vehicles.

It is built with ultra-tough premium materials and has a waterproof rating of IP54. The charger holster allows users to dock and mount the charger while preventing damage when not in use.

Accell’s AxFAST 3202 features:

  • Portable SAE J1772 EV charger with a voltage range of 208/240V

  • Level 2, 32 Amp, charging up to six times faster than Level 1 charging when plugged into a properly installed 240V outlet

  • Portable, suited for use anywhere there is a properly installed NEMA 14-50 outlet

  • Can be permanently installed indoors or outdoors

  • SAE J1772 Charging Coupler made of ultra-tough material with a 24.6’ cable

The AxFAST 3202 is compatible with all electric vehicles that meet SAE J1772 standards, including Tesla, Chevrolet Volt, Hyundai Ioniq and Kona, Volkswagen e-Golf, Kia Soul and Niro, Honda Clarity, Audi E-Tron, BMW i3 i8, Fiat, Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius and more. Tesla owners will need an adapter to convert to SAE J1772 (not included).


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