|By Business Wire||
|June 10, 2014 12:43 PM EDT||
Making its debut is ClipperCreek’s $395 Level 2, 240V EV charging station, available for immediate delivery, directly from the factory in Auburn, CA. The LCS-20 is the first major brand Level 2 electric vehicle charging station to break through the $400 barrier. With 22 feet of charging cable and a “no strings attached” 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, the LCS-20’s durability and usability is on par with what customers have come expect from ClipperCreek products.
ClipperCreek’s focus on continuous value improvement for electric vehicle customers is unprecedented in the market. Charging at 15Amps and 240Volts, the 3.6KW LCS-20 has plenty of power for cost conscious customers who want to upgrade from their 120V charge cord and cut charging time by 60%.
“We task ourselves to constantly bring the next level of customer value to the market,” said Jason France, President and Founder of ClipperCreek, “After an in depth analysis, the ClipperCreek team realized a 3.6KW station could be offered without compromising quality or durability through a combination of volume pricing, slightly shorter cable, and 15Amp charge rate.”
In addition to saving money on the charging station, and cutting charge time by 60%, customers buying the LCS-20 save on installation costs when compared to other products on the market. The LCS-20 is delivered with a flexible conduit that is easily wired into an existing junction box, with no assembly required! The compact, tough, and weatherproof enclosure is mounted with just four screws. An optional connector holster is available for just $19.
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ClipperCreek products are Made in America, compatible with every plug-in vehicle, and automotive supply chain certified. As a leading supplier of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for 20 years, millions of electric vehicle charge sessions have relied on ClipperCreek. Unparalleled quality, reliability, and superior customer service are core values at ClipperCreek. Visit the ClipperCreek Online Store where we offer the widest variety of charging stations in the market.
ClipperCreek products are manufactured in Auburn, CA, USA.
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