Teslas are a major player in the seismic uprising of the “Greentech” energy movement. They are known as durable, eco-friendly, and fashionable cars. Tesla’s vehicle deliveries reached 180,570 in 2020 and produced 179,757 in the fourth quarter of 2020 alone. This makes them the most extensive global leader in Electric Vehicles. While many consumers are still intimidated to make the switch to charging over fossil fuel, the pros certainly outweigh the cons.
By making the switch to Tesla charging stations or wall chargers, your benefits will include:
Level 1 charging, otherwise known as “trickle charging,” utilizes a standard 120-volt electric applicant. 120-volt outlets are the standard and most used outlet in ordinary households, making this the universal option. Delivering 12 amps, the Level 1 can deliver 40 miles in an overnight charge of 8 hours.
Level 2 chargers deliver between 3.3 to 17.2 kW of power, enabling you to gain 10 to 52 miles per hour of charging. Requiring a 240 volt power outlet, a Level 2 is ideal for the homeowner looking for a fast at-home charge.
Level 3 chargers need 480-volt outlets. These are the highest in power and require outlets accessible at public stations and are not enabled for homeowners. A Level 3 charger can charge a Tesla Model 3 from 5 to 90 percent in a mere 37 minutes.