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ClipperCreek Raises Its LSC-20’s Power

February 2, 2016 in EVs, EVSE, New Products by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Power Boost to 16 Amps and a 25-Foot Cable for Level 2 Unit

ClipperCreek has boosted the power of its LCS-20 Level 2 electric vehicle charger to 16 amps and has lengthened the cable to 25 feet. The hardwired model cable remains priced at $379 with a tab of $395 for the four plug-in models.

ClipperCreek’s LCS-20 comes with a low-profile wall mount connector holster allowing storage of the vehicle connector out of the way and where it’s most convenient

ClipperCreek’s LCS-20 comes with a low-profile wall mount connector holster allowing storage of the vehicle connector out of the way and where it’s most convenient



“We are constantly working to improve our products and with the introduction of our next generation SAE-J1772 cable and connector assembly we had the opportunity to increase the power of the LCS-20 line to 16 amps and increase the length of the cable to the maximum allowable length of 25 feet,” ClipperCreek sales director Will Barrett says in a release.

“The LCS-20 is one of our most popular Level 2 charging stations,” he said. “It’s economical, powerful and a great solution for home, workplace, fleet, or amenity charging.

‘Persistent Engineering and Cost Reduction Effort’

“The new power level is a perfect match for many customers’ applications including the new 2016 Volt.”

“The original LCS-20 was launched in June of 2014,” said ClipperCreek founder Jason France. “After persistent engineering and cost reduction effort since, we are now proud to offer additional capability at the same price point without compromising quality or durability.”

ClipperCreek offers a three-year warranty, and claims the “easiest installation in the industry.”


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Source: ClipperCreek with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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