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I installed 240v outlet at home but I have 2 EVs. I needed to split my 240v to charge 2 EVs and found the nice solution.
Electrician told me that it will cost around $3000+ to install another 240v outlet for my house because it will go over my allotted energy. NeoCharge works great. I bought it for around $550 and comes with the APP to monitor. Made a video about it. Thanks.

►NeoCharge NEMA 6-50: https://amzn.to/3BzlTiX
►NeoCharge NEMA 10-30: https://amzn.to/3ByVz8N
►NeoCharge NEMA 14-30: https://amzn.to/3OSbUbu
►NeoCharge NEMA 14-50: https://amzn.to/3zQj5go
►Hubbell 14-50 Outlet: Amazon.com

 

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It is an excellent solution. I went a different way and bought a ClipperCreek 40 Amps, Level 2, 240 Volts, HCS-D50P Dual EV Charger NEMA 6-50 Plug, Up to 38 Miles per Hour of Charge, 2x25 Ft Cables, Indoor/Outdoor Use, from Amazon. It is still using your original single outlet, but will charge 2 cars at once. It is much more expense at about $1,700, but doesn't require adding an outlet. It works flawlessly also, and has choices as to the plug type.
 

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It is an excellent solution. I went a different way and bought a ClipperCreek 40 Amps, Level 2, 240 Volts, HCS-D50P Dual EV Charger NEMA 6-50 Plug, Up to 38 Miles per Hour of Charge, 2x25 Ft Cables, Indoor/Outdoor Use, from Amazon. It is still using your original single outlet, but will charge 2 cars at once. It is much more expense at about $1,700, but doesn't require adding an outlet. It works flawlessly also, and has choices as to the plug type.
Wow. I don’t even know that was available. It’s good to share information. Your $1700 is worth it because it can charge at the same time. Mine was $600 and it smartly charged 1 at a time. 👍🏼
 

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It will charge 1 car at maximum 38 miles per hour or 2 cars at 19 miles per hour and once one is completed will automatically change and charge the car that's not finished at 38 miles an hour. It works flawlessly, but has no internet or phone integration. It just does what it says.
 
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