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ClipperCreek Boosts Amperage to 32

September 18, 2014 in EVs, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

HCS-40 and CS-40 Models ‘With No Increase in Price’

Auburn, Calif.-based ClipperCreek is promoting a power boost for its HCS-40 and CS-40 series electric vehicle chargers, from 30 amps to 32 amps continuous as a standard offering – with no increase in the units’ $590 price.

“The HCS-40 is the first major brand, low cost, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station to break through to the 32-amp level without increasing the selling price,” ClipperCreek says. The 7.7-kilowatt unit “now offers increased power for cost-conscious customers.”

ClipperCreek has boosted the amperage but not the price.

ClipperCreek has boosted the amperage but not the price.

“We are constantly developing new products to bring the next level of customer value to the market,” ClipperCreek president Jason France said in a release.

480 Watts More

“After an in-depth analysis, the ClipperCreek team determined the standards would allow an additional 480 watts of power for charging without compromising quality, safety, or durability,” he said. The company’s HCS-40 and CS-40 models are now offered at the 32-amp charging level with no increase in price.”

The HCS-40 is said to be easy to install and simple to use, “which translates into installation cost savings when compared to other products on the market… any licensed electrician can install an HCS-40.” An optional connector holster is available for $19.

ClipperCreek products are manufactured in Auburn, CA, USA.

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Source: ClipperCreek with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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