Posts Tagged: ClipperCreek

ClipperCreek launches upgraded dual-charging station

ClipperCreek’s new HCS-D40P is a 32-amp, Level 2 dual-charging station. The wall-mount charger is equipped with a NEMA 6-50 or 14-50 plug, as well as 25-foot charging cables. The HCS-D40P is available for $1,369. Owners of ClipperCreek’s HCS-40P or HCS-50P can swap out their old chargers for the new version through the Trade-UP! program. Amanda… Read more »

AC Fast Charging: The right fit for medium-duty EVs

What’s the largest mass transit system in the United States? Is it the public transit network? Nope. Commercial airlines? Guess again. Passenger rail? Not even close. Here’s a hint: the vehicles are colored yellow. Give up? It’s school buses, and in terms of sheer numbers this fleet is 2.5 times larger than all other forms… Read more »

ClipperCreek retroactively extends warranty for all AmazingE chargers

ClipperCreek has retroactively extended the warranty on its AmazingE brand of residential charging stations. The AmazingE will now be covered for three years from the date of purchase regardless of whether it was purchased before or after this announcement. The AmazingE is a Level 2, 3.8 kW home charging station. Clipper Creek President Jason France… Read more »

ClipperCreek’s new Dual Charging Station charges 2 EVs at once

EVSE manufacturer ClipperCreek has announced a new dual EV charging station solution. The HCS-D40 is a 32-amp, 7.7 kW Level 2 hardwired station that can charge two vehicles simultaneously. It installs onto a single dedicated 40-amp circuit, and automatically splits power between two vehicles based on their requests for power. It provides up to 16… Read more »

The EV industry sees problems with California’s proposal to mandate credit card readers for public chargers

In California, there is a controversial plan to require credit card readers on all public charging stations, including retrofitting already installed units. California’s Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Open Access Act (Senate Bill 454, which passed in 2013) mandates open access to public charging stations – that is, a driver doesn’t have to be a member… Read more »

ClipperCreek releases new ruggedized versions of its EV chargers

EVSE manufacturer ClipperCreek has released new ruggedized versions of two of its Level 2 charging stations. The ruggedized versions of the 48 Amp HCS-60 and 64 Amp HCS-80 charging stations are intended for heavy-utilization fleets, public parking lots and extreme weather locations. The ruggedized HCS-60 and HCS-80 augment the original charging stations with rubber overmolded… Read more »

ClipperCreek drops price of CS Series EV charging stations

ClipperCreek has announced a $400 price reduction on its Liberty Plugin-enabled CS Series of charging stations. The Liberty-enabled CS Charging stations are ClipperCreek’s flagship access control models, and pricing has been reduced on all configurations from 16 to 80 amps. The new price is effective immediately. “The price reduction was made possible by a variety of… Read more »

ClipperCreek offers pre-owned charging stations

Pre-owned EVs are going for bargain prices, so why not buy a pre-owned charger as well? ClipperCreek has begun selling factory-tested, pre-owned HCS and LCS series charging stations. The certified chargers come with a one-year warranty, and pricing starts at $300. ClipperCreek inspects and tests each unit to ensure “like new” functionality – the used… Read more »

AmazingE introduces a UL-listed portable charging station at a budget price

Consumers may be surprised to learn that some commonly-sold EV charging stations, particularly low-priced models, are not UL-listed, meaning that they have not undergone independent safety testing. Fear not, EV drivers! There’s a new superhero in town: AmazingE Girl, protector of safe power transfer, and she has introduced a new 16-Amp (3.8 kW) Level 2… Read more »

ClipperCreek releases 64 Amp EVSE for home and commercial use

ClipperCreek’s latest addition to its HCS line of charging stations is aimed at EV drivers and fleet operators who want to “future-proof” their charging infrastructure. The new HCS-80 is a 64-Amp Level 2 charger that delivers up to 15.4 kW of power. The trend of increasing battery size and driving range continues. “As electric vehicle… Read more »