ClipperCreek announces $395 Level 2 home charging station

One of the biggest beefs we hear from new EV owners is the high cost of home charging stations. ClipperCreek has made it its mission to bring those prices down. This week, the Auburn, California-based company continued the downward slide with a $395 Level 2 charger.

The new LCS-20 charges at 3.6 kW, 15 Amps, 240 Volts. It sports a weatherproof enclosure and a flexible conduit that’s designed to be easily wired into an existing junction box, with no assembly required. It comes with 22 feet of charging cable and a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty. An optional connector holster is available for $19.             

“We task ourselves to constantly bring the next level of customer value to the market,” said Jason France, President and Founder of ClipperCreek. “After an in-depth analysis, the ClipperCreek team realized a 3.6 kW station could be offered without compromising quality or durability through a combination of volume pricing, slightly shorter cable, and 15 Amp charge rate.”

 

Source: ClipperCreek

  • electric-car-insider.com

    I’ve used the similar LCS-25 for the past year and it’s been flawless. Kudos to Clipper Creek for setting a new price point record.