ClipperCreek’s HCS-50 EV charging station

ClipperCreek HCS-50

ClipperCreek seems to have a charger for just about every application. The latest to join the product line is the HCS-50, a Level 2 charging station that uses a standard 240 V, 50 amp outlet to deliver 40 amps to the vehicle. EVs capable of high-power charging can add approximately 30 miles of range per hour of charge.

The HCS-50 is designed to be a rugged residential or commercial workhorse. “We used rubber over-molding to fully seal the connector’s head and increase the durability,” said Jason France, President and Founder of ClipperCreek. “That’s critical in commercial and fleet environments. The rubber cable jacket increases low temperature flexibility of the cable, so it’s also a great station for colder climates.”

The HCS-50 features a 3-year warranty, and 25 feet of charging cable with integrated cable wrap and a wall-mount holster.

“The HCS-50’s rugged design and ample 25-foot charging cable make it a perfect solution for fleet and commercial applications,” said ClipperCreek Sales Manager Will Barrett. “As battery range increases, the vehicle’s ability to accept power is increasing, too, and the HCS-50 offers users extra power to get their vehicles charged up and back on the road fast.”

The American-made HCS-50 is priced at $835 (or $859 for the HCS-50P plug-in version).


Source: ClipperCreek


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