Built for Business Impact
Networked EV Charger

Sign indicating 'level 2 charging' for electric vehicles at a business location.
Impact Chargers are at the core of our charging technology. Designed and built for business, to meet the demands of your Business. The E1-C10N Series chargers deliver up to 19.2 kWh per port with WiFi (or 4G), RFID. You can choose between plug in and charge, or connect to the ONE Network and you are ready to monetize your charger.
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EnergyOne - E1-C10N Parked Charging 11.5kWh Charging EVSE
Electric vehicle charging station for companies with digital display and connector cable.
Electric vehicle charging station interface displaying status and charging options.
Model Number
Commercial L2 Charger – E1-C11N
Input Voltage
208-240V AC
Frequency
50 – 60 Hz
Max Power Output
48A
Ports
1
Max Power Output
11.5 kWh / 48A
(Opt)19.2 kWh / 80A

More Information

Authentication RFID (ISO 14443)
Network Enet + WiFi or Optional 4G 
Connectivity OCCP 1.6J
Network One Network (Opt)
Display 4.3″ LCD
 
CertificatesETL (UL/2594,2231-1+(1-2), FCC
Safety ComplianceUL/2594,2231-1,2231-2
ConnectivityOCCP 1.6J
RCDCCID 20
ProtectionUVP,OVP,RCD,SPD,Ground Fault Protection,OCP,OTP,Control Pilot Fault Protection
Charging InterfaceType 1 Plug, SAE J1772

 



Operating Temperature
-122F to 122F
Weather Rating
IKO8 & IP54
Relative Humidity
OCCP 1.6J
RCDCUp to 95% Non Condensing
Cable18′ 8AG or Opt 25′
Warranty24 Months Limited Warranty

 

* Subject to Availability, and Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice

Downloads:

EnergyOne E1-C10N up to 80A or 19.2 kWh Charging Station
C10N Charger
Overview
EnergyOne E1-C10N Technical Specifications up to 80A or 19.2 kWh Charging Station
C10N Charger
Specifications
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Check out our rebates and incentives page for the latest information. We recommend you talk to one of our specialists, we know all the programs and will maximize what you are eligible for.  Many programs pay up to 100%, while others up to 75%.  Federal programs offer credits of 30%.  Click to email a rebate coordinator

Level 1: These chargers use a standard 120-volt outlet and can take up to 24 hours to fully charge an EV.

* Level 2: These chargers use a 240-volt outlet and can fully charge an EV in 4-8 hours.

* DC fast chargers: These chargers use direct current to deliver a high-power charge, which can fully charge an EV in 30 minutes or less.
* Attracting and retaining customers and employees who drive EVs.

* Increasing property value.

* Complying with government mandates and incentives.

* Reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

* Improving air quality.

*Great incentives are paying for chargers (or have substantial incentives and credits), and those programs won’t be forever.
* Placing chargers in high-traffic areas where EV drivers are likely to need them.

* Providing dedicated parking spaces for EV drivers.

* Installing chargers that are compatible with a variety of EVs.

* Offering a variety of payment options for EV drivers.

* Providing customer support for EV drivers.

Each city or municipality has their own standards when it comes to electrical standards.  The national standards are not required.  Check with your local permitting or building office.  In Maricopa County each charger has to have it’s own breaker with enough dedicated power for it’s exclusive use.

The cost of installing a commercial EV charging station will vary depending on the type of charger, the number of chargers, and the location of the chargers. In general, Level 1 chargers are the least expensive to install, followed by Level 2 chargers, and then DC fast chargers.

* The cost of installation and maintenance. Understand what the costs are before installing

* The risk of fire or electrical shock. Make sure you are using a qualified commercial contractor

* The potential for overcrowding at charging stations. You need to work with us to optimize your properties space.

* The need for dedicated parking spaces for EV drivers.
* Checking the charger’s electrical connections for any damage.

* Cleaning the charger’s contact points.

* Updating the charger’s software.

* Replacing the charger’s battery, if necessary.

* Check EnergyOne’s maintenance programs and advance replacement programs

FCC, UL, ETL are the most common standards ensuring the highest safety and communications standards.  Also, check for ISO conformity.  There are a number of safety regulations that must be followed when installing and operating commercial EV charging stations. These regulations are designed to protect EV drivers, installers, and the public from fire, electrical shock, and other hazards. 

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