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ClipperCreek Offers 40-Amp HCS-50

July 28, 2015 in EVs, EVSE, New Products by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

EV Charger Build for Residential and Commercial Markets

Auburn-Calif.-based ClipperCreek has added a 40-amp electric vehicle charging unit to its line-up, promoting the new HCS-50 as a “powerful and rugged” unit with a highly durable rubber overmolded cable and vehicle connector.


“Offering power, reliability and value, this 240 volt, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station, rated for both indoor and outdoor use, is priced at $835,” ClipperCreek says.

ClipperCreek is promoting its new HCS-50 EV charger as ‘a perfect solution for fleet and commercial applications.’

ClipperCreek is promoting its new HCS-50 EV charger as ‘a perfect solution for fleet and commercial applications.’

The HCS-50 is built for both residential and commercial markets. It comes with a three-year warranty, fully sealed NEMA 4 station enclosure, and 25 feet of charge cable.

Built for the Cold, Too

“We used rubber over-molding to fully seal the connector’s head and increase the durability,” ClipperCreek president Jason France says in the new product announcement. “That’s critical in commercial and fleet environments,” he said. “The rubber cable jacket increases low temperature flexibility of the cable, so it’s also a great station for colder climates.”

“The HCS-50’s rugged design and ample 25-foot charging cable make it a perfect solution for fleet and commercial applications,” said ClipperCreek sales manager Will Barrett. “The HCS-50 is a great addition to our product line.

“As battery range increases, the vehicle’s ability to accept power is increasing, too, and the HCS-50 offers users extra power to get their vehicles charged up and back on the road fast.”

A plug-in version, the HCS-50P, is also available with a NEMA 6-50 plug for $859.


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