Level 1 charging is when you plug your electric car into a regular outlet at home. However, it only adds about 4 to 5 miles of driving range per hour, which is not enough for most people’s daily driving needs.
JuiceBox Level 2 charging charges EVs faster, giving you 12-40 miles of charge per hour. Use a 240-volt outlet for best results. It’s perfect for charging your car every day and the easiest way to charge your EV at home.
Level 3 charging or DC fast charging is the quickest way to charge an electric car. However, it’s not practical as a home charger due to high installation costs, complex infrastructure requirements, and the need for a licensed electrician. Level 3 DC chargers are typically found at public charging stations or Tesla Supercharger stations.