ClipperCreek has announced an upgrade in power and cable length for its popular LCS-20 series of EV charging stations. The LCS-20 now features 16-amp charging and a 25-foot cable for the same prices as before: $379 for the hardwired model and $395 for the plug-in version.
“We are constantly working to improve our products, and with the introduction of our next-generation SAE-J1772 cable and connector assembly we had the opportunity to increase the power of the LCS-20 line to 16 amps and increase the length of the cable to the maximum allowable length of 25 feet,” said Director of Sales Will Barrett.
The American-made LCS-20 charges at up to 3.8 kW, and features a fully sealed NEMA 4 enclosure for indoor or outdoor use. The plug-in version is available with four plug options (NEMA L6-30, 14-30, 6-50, or 14-50).
ClipperCreek has also introduced a new accessory, the $19 Cable Cradle. “The Cable Cradle mounts on the wall near the charging station or the connector holster to easily store the cable off the ground and off the wall,” said Barrett. “It works with any charging station.”
SEE ALSO: ClipperCreek’s ProMountDuo offers dual charging on a single pedestal