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Level 2 AC Home Charging Station

Input Rating

230/400V AC, 50Hz

Stand by Power


Max. Current


Output Rating

22kW(400VAC at 32A)

Connection and Wiring

L1,L2,L3,N and PE

Wired Standard


Wireless Standard


Operating Temperature



Overcurrent, overvoltage, undervoltage, short circuit, over temperature, internal DC leakage sensor

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Leading The EV Charge In Every Industries

Provide convenience for employees at work.
Establish a sustainable business model by transitioning your fleet to electric power.
Adapt your car dealerships to the increasing uptake of electric vehicles.
Home Charging
Charge your vehicles conveniently and cost-effectively overnight.
Commercial Parking
Engage with customers with EV and gain a competitive edge.
Retail & Hospitality
Convenient charging solution for EV drivers while they are shopping
Cities & Municipalities
Act as a future-proof of your city’s infrastructure.
Public Transport
Keeping them on the road and reducing emissions.
Charging network operators
Implement, expand, and oversee your electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

How To Charge The EV

Plug in

Plug in

Connect to your charging port.

Tap to Start Your Charge

Tap to Start Your Charge

Start with our app.

Charge Up & Go

Charge Up & Go

Your next destination awaits.

Why Choose Our EV Charging Station?

How Does MOKOEnergy Demonstrate its ODM and OEM Capabilities?



One Partner For All of Your Charging Needs

We offer easy management of hardware and APP SDK for quick integration into your system.

Robust and scalable EV charging station

Robust and scalable EV charging station

Widely compatible, built on open standards and designed for everyone.

Powered by intelligent software

Powered by intelligent software

Empower you to monitor, control, and optimize your electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Professional design and manufacturing capability

Professional design and manufacturing capability

70+ R&D teammembers and advanced manufacturing equipment, 17+ years of expertise.

Support every step of the way

Support every step of the way

Take care of your charging network from product design, manufacturing and aftersale services.

FAQs of EV Charging Station

An EV charging station is a mechanism utilized to recharge electric vehicles.

First, before installing an electric vehicle charging station, the installation environment should be surveyed. Second, the specific type of charging station to be installed should be considered. Third, the power supply form of the specific installation location should be understood. Finally, communicate with the property management of the community regarding parking space issues.

There are three types of charging stations: Level 1, Level 2, and DC fast charging. Level 1 and Level 2 charging stations are typically used for residential or workplace charging, while DC fast charging stations are used for public charging.

Generally, Level 1 charging takes 8-12 hours, Level 2 charging takes 4-6 hours, and DC fast charging takes 30-45 minutes to charge an electric vehicle to 80% capacity.

(1) power source;
(2) three-phase electric power;
(3) charging points;
(4) masters;
(5) server with a database;
(6) asynchronous serial connections;
(7) communication TCP/IP;
(8) slaves.

Yes, most charging stations can charge multiple electric vehicles simultaneously. However, certain stations may have constraints on the quantity of vehicles that can be charged concurrently.

Yes, Level 2 charging stations require a 240-volt electrical outlet, which is typically not found in a standard household electrical system. It may require the professional installation of a new electrical circuit.

Certainly, you can charge your electric vehicle at your home using either a Level 1 or Level 2 charging station. However, it is recommended to consult with an electrician to ensure your home electrical system can support the charging station’s power requirements.

You can find public charging stations using our mobile apps, which provide real-time information about the location and availability of public charging stations.

The cost of charging an electric vehicle is determined by the electricity rates applicable in your locality, the size of your electric vehicle’s battery, and the charging station’s power output. Typically, charging an electric vehicle is less expensive than refueling a gasoline-powered vehicle.

The global electric charging pile market is estimated to reach $5 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $17 billion in 2027.

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