MaxiCharger Home 40-amp chargers are available as either an In-Body Holster or a Separate Holster, with either a NEMA 6-50 or a NEMA 14-50 plug. - Photo: Autel U.S.

MaxiCharger Home 40-amp chargers are available as either an In-Body Holster or a Separate Holster, with either a NEMA 6-50 or a NEMA 14-50 plug.

Photo: Autel U.S.

Autel U.S. announced its entry into the electric vehicle charging solutions provider industry with the release of its MaxiCharger Home and Commercial Level 2 AC chargers.

The new chargers, available in 40 amp and 50-amp flexible charging configurations, are compatible with all plug-in EVs and feature software solutions.

MaxiCharger Home 40-amp chargers are available as either an In-Body Holster or a Separate Holster, with either a NEMA 6-50 or a NEMA 14-50 plug. The MaxiCharger Home 50 amp is an in-body Holster style and is ready for hard-wire installation. The MaxiCharger Commercial Level 2 AC charger offers 50-amp flexible charging. 

The features of the MaxiCharger line include: 

  • J1772 standard charging port compatible with all EVs.
  • 25-foot charging cable with specially designed, ergonomic charging connector.
  • Level 2 (240V) charging with flexible amperage settings.
  • NEMA  6-50, NEMA 14-50 electrical plug or hard-wire options.
  • NEMA 3R-rated for indoor and outdoor use.
  • LED lights show charging status.
  • Wi-Fi-enabled for remote access and over-the-air firmware upgrades. 
  • Software solutions: The residential Smartphone app enables scheduled charging for charging analysis to ensure you are charging at the best rates. A multi-layered Commercial charger management portal to provide a complete turnkey solution for property and fleet managers, workplace, and commercial spaces.

"As Autel transitions to the exciting new reality of greener technologies, we are eager to use our nearly 20 years of experience in developing technologies that have dramatically changed the way technicians repair vehicles as a foundation for researching and developing new energy solutions," said Chloe Hung, Autel CEO.