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Blink HQ 150

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$17.95

Per month (48 month term with Duke Energy)

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The Blink HQ 150 Is One of the Most Affordable Ways to Charge Your EV From Your Home.

Whether you set it up in your garage or by your driveway, the long cable can reach any side of your EV. Its sleek design makes it attractive while functionality ensures your vehicle is always charged and ready to take on the day.

The verstile 25ft cable also allows access from either side of the vehicle.

JuiceBox Charging Station

Compatible With All Electric Vehicles Featuring a SAE J1772 Connector.

Tesla EV's require an adapter.

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Charges 4x Faster Than a Standard AC Level 1.

Voice control with Amazon Echo/Alexa and Google Home

 

Features

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Level 2 charging

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Flexible and easy installation

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Integrated safety features such as ground fault, over-charge and over-current protection and a safety lock

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Slim, low profile design with sleek matte black finish,with simple charging behavior

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Faster charging times

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What You Need to Know About Installation.

Many stations plug into your home or office via a NEMA 6-50 electrical plug. When hiring an electrician, request that they install a NEMA 6-50 receptacle for the rating of your Blink HQ 150. Make sure the receptacle is installed very close to the place where you plan to mount your charging station. The ground prong is furthest away from the Blink charger.

This plug-in EV home charging station uses a 240V plug (NEMA 6-50). A professional electrician may be required for installation if you do not already have a NEMA 6-50 outlet.

 

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