Posts Tagged: ClipperCreek

ClipperCreek and Itron test EV chargers with virtual smart meters

In the charged world of the future, EVs will take energy from the grid when needed, and return energy to the grid when needed. This will require utilities to have a dependable way to measure the back-and-forth flow of electrons, so they can charge (or pay) their customers appropriately. In the industry, this is known… Read more »

ClipperCreek upgrades power rating of its HCS-40 and CS-40 series charging stations

ClipperCreek has upgraded the power rating for its popular HCS-40 and CS-40 series EV charging stations from 30 amps to 32 amps continuous. “We are constantly developing new products to bring the next level of customer value to the market,” said ClipperCreek President and founder Jason France. “After an in-depth analysis, the ClipperCreek team determined… Read more »

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,… Read more »

New ClipperCreek charger provides data to utilities through the smart grid

ClipperCreek has announced a new smart grid-connected charging station, which includes an embedded revenue grade sub-meter and a variety of smart grid communications options. The CS-40-SG2 is built on the ClipperCreek CS-Series charging platform and Itron’s utility meter and communications technology, and is designed to extend a utility’s energy management intelligence to the charging station through a… Read more »

ClipperCreek announces new HCS-60 48 Amp Level 2 charging station

ClipperCreek has added a new charger to its HCS series product line. The HCS-60 is a 48 Amp Level 2 station that’s designed for both residential and commercial markets. The HCS-60 has a fully sealed NEMA 4 enclosure, and is rated for both indoor and outdoor use. It comes with a 3-year warranty, and pricing… Read more »

ClipperCreek announces plug-in version of its 30-amp charger

ClipperCreek has announced that its HCS-40P with factory-installed NEMA 14-50P or 6-50P wall plugs is available for immediate delivery. The HCS is designed to be easily installed anywhere there is a 240 V wall plug. After a junction box with a 240 V receptacle is run from the main service, installing the HCS requires just… Read more »

Lean and mean: The EV charging pioneers at ClipperCreek

A straightforward look at the EVSE market from the charging pioneers at ClipperCreek In a charging station industry filled with multinational conglomerates and 100-year-old automotive suppliers, the independent company ClipperCreek stands out. Relatively speaking, it has had a long history in the EVSE industry – a history that has shaped some definite views of the… Read more »

ClipperCreek announces new HCS 40 indoor/outdoor charger

ClipperCreek has added yet another product to its line of Level 2 EV charging stations. The HCS-40, a 30 Amp, 240 Volt charger, is indoor/outdoor rated and designed to be the most rugged station available. “The HCS-40 is truly ClipperCreek tough,” said Jason France, ClipperCreek’s CEO. “We have 16 years of field experience to know… Read more »

ClipperCreek charging station comes with a choice of wall plugs

ClipperCreek has announced that its LCS-25P, a Level 2, 5 kW charging station, is now available with a wide selection of factory-installed wall plugs. The LCS-25P can be ordered directly from the factory with your choice of NEMA L6-30, 14-30P, 14-50P and 6-50P plugs, at a price of $549 (the hard-wired LCS-25 version is $495)…. Read more »

ClipperCreek’s new Level 2 charger makes it easy to plug in

Another objection to buying an EV just fell by the wayside, as ClipperCreek announced the availability of a compact Level 2 charger with a plug-in connection to the grid. The 20 Amp LCS-25P can be installed in minutes by simply attaching it to the wall and plugging it into a 240 V outlet. The American-made… Read more »