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Tips About A Portable EV Charger

These days it is pretty simple to find an affordable portable EV charger for your own electric car. And these chargers are less expensive than having to call technicians out. Now let’s go over some tips of a portable EV charger.

What Is A Portable EV Charger?

A portable EV charger is a device that can be used to charge an electric vehicle. It is portable, meaning that it can be taken with you wherever you go, and is easy to use. Plug the charger into the wall outlet and plug the vehicle into the charger.

You can charge the vehicle while you have lunch or take a nap if you are at home. In a hotel, plug the charger into the electrical outlet to charge the car while you sleep.

Most portable chargers can be used for any electric vehicle; some are designed to work specifically with certain types of EVs.

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Kelylands Type 2 Portable EV Charger

How To Choose A Portable EV Charger?

It would help if you considered a few things when choosing a portable EV charger. The first is the type of connector that your EV has. Make sure the portable EV charger you choose has the correct connector type.

The second is the power output of the charger. Most portable chargers have a power output of between 3 and 7 KW.

The last thing to consider is the price. When choosing a portable EV charger, you first need to decide what type of connector your EV has.

How Safety Tips For Portable EV Chargers

Portable electric vehicle chargers are a convenient way to keep your EV running. Still, they can also be dangerous if not used properly. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind when using a portable EV charger:

  • Make sure the charger is correctly grounded before using it.
  • Keep the charger away from water and other sources of moisture.
  • Never leave the charger unattended while it is plugged in.
  • Disconnect the charger from the car when not in use.
  • Never leave a damaged or deformed charger unattended, and make sure it is returned to an authorized dealer for repair.
  • If a fire develops while using the charger, remove it from the EV, open the plug port cover and disconnect it from the vehicle.

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