well maybe I will get one but I cannot seem to get any information on getting a pro charger, I actually do not need the home backup power thing at all as we get a power outage once every 3-5 years and I have a 2000 watt yamaha generator that solves any immediate needs. I am charging reasonably happy with the 30 amp 240 charger but would like to charge faster when needed. Anyone in canada have any issues getting a charger with the er trucks? Anyways if it no longer is part of the deal i would like to buy one for 60 amp breaker so 48 amp charge rate.
For a "plug it in and it just works" EVSE that will last a really long time, it is hard to beat the Clipper Creek line. They are no-frills, tough as nails and they seem to never fail:
The HCS-60 is a high-powered Level 2 EV Charging Station that charges your car up to 8x faster than the cordset that came with your electric vehicle.
For all the bells and whistles, ChargePoint's Home Flex lets you have lots of control of the unit via WiFi. You can track your costs, power usage, and schedule charging at the EVSE (bypassing Ford's glitchy version). The case feels a bit less robust when compared to the Clipper Creek, but I don't see many broken ones, they seem reasonably durable. They are one of the more aesthetically pleasing EVSE's on the market, if that is important to you.
If you are going to get a TeslaTap anyway (everybody should have one), a Tesla Wall unit is by far your best bang for your buck. With features like power share for future EV expansion, and a host of smart stuff, it is simple to install and use at half the price of the competition.
Wall Connector is the most convenient charging solution for houses, apartments, hospitality properties and workplaces. With up to 44 miles of range added per hour of charging, a 24 foot cable length, multiple power settings, and a versatile indoor/outdoor design, Wall Connector provides...
There are a ton of options out there, many of them really good. These are three of my favorite, hope it helps.