Clipper Creek CS-40

ClipperCreek engineers and builds it’s electric vehicle charging stations in America. The company has been building and designing charging stations since the mid 90s, some of which are still operational today. (src needed)

Unlike some other brands, ClipperCreek’s EVSE units are all ETL listed meaning they have met the requirements of safety standards for EV charging stations.

The HCS-40 is a 32 amp hardwired EVSE that comes with a 25 foot cable, and works with all electric vehicles that accept a J1772 style charge receptacle.

Available from Amazon

A portable version is also available here

Specs

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Service: 208V to 240V – 40A, dedicated circuit
  • Charge current output power: 208V to 240V, 32A max
  • Service ground monitor: Constantly checks for presence of proper safety ground
  • Automatic circuit reclosure after minor power faults
  • Charge Circuit Interruption Device: Ground fault protection with fully automated self-test eliminates manual user testing

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Indoor/outdoor rated fully sealed (NEMA 4) enclosure
  • Operating Temperatures: -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C)
  • 9” W x 19.7” H x 5.3” D (229mm W x 493mm H x 135mm D)
  • Installation: Hardwire
  • 25 feet charging cable – standard
  • Lockable SAE J1772 Connector; Lock & Keys Included
  • Wall Mount J1772 Connector Holster Included
  • ETL Listed

CODES, STANDARDS and RECOMMENDED PRACTICES

  • UL 2594 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
  • UL 2231 Personal Protection Device (i.e. CCID Hardware)
  • UL 1998 Standard for Safety-Related Software
  • NEC 625 Electric Vehicle Charge System
  • Lockable SAE-J1772TM Electric Vehicle Conductive Charge Coupler

Misc. Info

Updated on March 14, 2019

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