Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations
Installation of a 240-volt electric car charger involves several steps and requires the services of a licensed electrician. Here is an overview of the installation process:
- Choose a location: Select a location for the charger that is easily accessible and near the electrical panel. The location should also be well-ventilated and protected from the elements.
- Install a dedicated circuit: The electrician will install a dedicated circuit for the charger, which will be connected to the electrical panel. This circuit should be protected by a dedicated circuit breaker.
- Run wiring: The electrician will run wiring from the electrical panel to the location of the charger. This wiring will consist of three conductors: two hot wires and a ground wire.
- Install the charger: Once the wiring is in place, the electrician will install the charger. This will involve mounting the charger on the wall or a pedestal, connecting the wiring to the charger, and verifying that the charger is working properly.
- Test the charger: After installation, the electrician will test the charger to make sure it is functioning correctly and is properly grounded.
- Obtain necessary permits: Depending on local regulations, permits may be required for the installation of the electric car charger. The electrician will be responsible for obtaining these permits.
It is important to hire a licensed and experienced electrician to install the electric car charger to ensure that the installation is done safely and according to local codes and regulations.
NEED SERVICE? PLEASE SEND US
A SERVICE REQUEST VIA THE LINK BELOW.