Telefonix® L2 PowerPost™ EVSE

The L2 PowerPost™ EVSE is a low current, commercial-grade, UL listed, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station that includes a molded anti theft locking system and patented cord reel management technology.

  • Plug Type: SAE J-1772
  • Charger Level: 2
  • Residential or Commercial: Commercial
  • Max Amps: 20
  • UL Listed: listed
  • kWh Charging Speed: 4.8
  • Links: PowerPostEVSE.com
  • Estimated Hardware Price: $1795
3 comments on “Telefonix® L2 PowerPost™ EVSE”
  1. John K says:

    Although Peter asked this as a question, I suspect he may be subtly pointing out an error. Plug In America should know the difference between energy and power. The “4.8 kWh” stated as a charging speed has the units of energy, That is like saying a car has a max speed of 125 miles. The units for rate or speed of energy delivery, power, is “kW”. C’mon PIA, drop the “h”.

  2. Matthew Ellis says:

    4.8 kWh charging speed means that 4,800 watts of AC power is delivered per hour. Chargers at level 2 power typically operate at 240 volts. In this case the charger would deliver 20 amps per hour to the vehicle. A real world example is that my vehicle, the Honda Clarity, has a 17 kWh battery. To fully charge the vehicle’s battery would mean dividing the battery capacity (17) by the charging rate (4.8), giving an estimated charge time of 3 hours and 30 minutes. Also, the Honda Clarity travels roughly 47 miles on a full charge. – I hope that wasn’t too technical, there is a lot for one to wrap their head around but once you purchase your first electric vehicle, all the numbers will make more sense. Good luck Pete!

  3. Peter K Schaffer says:

    What does 4.8 kWh charging speed mean?

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