Just like in many other states in America, the electric vehicle charging stations level 1 2 3 Seattle Washington. Level 1 electric vehicle charging station is designed in such a way that a driver can simply plug in their car into what looks just like a regular household power outlet. For a typical daily driving car such as the popular Nissan Leaf, this can be interpreted as approximately twenty-two hours for a complete charge or around 4.5 miles of range each hour charged. From a literal point of view, this does not sound any good. However, there is a huge problem with having such kind of reasoning; drivers will rarely have to fully charge their cars from totally no charge to full charge. In case an individual living in Seattle, Washington is driving an average of forty miles daily, for instance, and have their cars charged throughout the night, it will take them a mere nine hours to be completely charged. When someone is asleep, it does not matter whether the car charges for two hours or nine hours. Level 1 charging in the workplace may be a great supplement for drivers who drive more than forty miles every day, or better still an alternative for people who are not able to charge at home for one reason or another.
The other well-known model of electric vehicle charging stations is the DC Fast Charging, which has come out especially as the quickest form of electric vehicle charging in existence today. Its speed is evident in its ability to offer as much as forty miles of range per every ten minutes charged. The only problem is that this kind of electric vehicle charging stations costs a huge sum of money (as much as $100,000) and utilizes more electric energy than a household, meaning that it is very difficult to have one of them in an individual’s garage. Level 2 charging sits exactly in the middle of the costly DC Fast Charging and the less expensive level 1 charging. It produces about 240V, which is the same voltage used by ovens and electric dryers. It passes through a cord and a box which enhances safety cleverly by not sending power into the plug before it is plugged into an electric vehicle. Level 3 charging is more of a slight modification of level 2 charging according to automobile experts.