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Andersen EV Chargers
Then look no further than the Andersen EV A2!
These tidy, stylish and bespoke chargers are unlike anything else on the market and will suit any environment.
They match smart technology with genuine craftsmanship and boast solar technology, fast charging and remote software locking.
Too many EV charging points come with annoying cables which can ruin the whole aesthetic of your home but the A2 is designed with this in mind and uniquely hides the cable when not in use to maintain its clean and quality look.
This understated design is available in different finishes and 96 possible colour combinations… this week our customer Shaks Specialist Cars have gone for this subtle but sleek look in their showroom. Please complete the form below to get a free, no obligation quotation.
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Electric Car Charger Installers
EV Charger Plugs: a Type 2 connector is now the most common EV charging plug. Most electric cars now use this type of socket. Some vehicles, such as the Mitsubishi PHEV, still have an older Type 1 socket, which is a different style and shape. This type of EV charger socket is now becoming rare, but Type 1 to Type 2 adapters are widely available.
Charging Power: EV home chargers have a typical charging power of either 3.6kW or 7.4kW. EV charging points up to 22kW require three phase power, which is not usually available in UK homes. To save money on your EV charger you could opt for the lower power rate of 3.6kw, whilst accepting it will take longer to charge your car. For most situations, choosing a 7kW EV charger is the best option, as this is the fastest power rating most UK homes can support. You can establish the charging time of your car through an EV charger by dividing the stated power of your car battery (also in kW) by the power rating of the EV charging point. i.e., a 60kW battery divided by a 7.3 kW EV charger = 8.2 hours charging time.
This is a guide only as exact EV charging times will also vary depending on environmental temperature and the amount of charge already in the battery. Charging rates also slow down considerably when charging the last 5% of the EV battery.
Smart Chargers: most EV chargers can be monitored remotely through a smartphone app, and this is now a qualifying requirement of the government grant scheme. Smart EV chargers allow you to monitor your electric vehicle’s charging programme and can also schedule when your car charges. This can allow you to make the most of off-peak electricity rates at night. Zappi EV Chargers also now allow you to charge your electric vehicle during the day with surplus energy generated from your solar panels. Please ask us for details.
Andersen EV Chargers
EV Home Chargers &
EV Workplace Chargers
R&B Mechanical and Electrical Ltd are M&E Contractors, NICEIC Approved Electricians, Gas Safe registered Heating Engineers and Green Energy Contractors. We are contractors for all industrial, commercial and residential installations, testing and maintenance services. We are an accredited solar panel installation company through MCS and RECC and also OZEV registered installers of all types of electric vehicle charging points for homes and businesses. We are based in Keighley, West Yorkshire, and supply our services throughout the north of England and the wider UK.
Some of The Local Areas We Serve
Addingham | Baildon | Barnoldswick | Bingley | Bradford | Bramhope | Burley-in-Wharfedale | Clitheroe | Colne | Cross Hills | Earby | Embsay | Gisburn | Grassington | Guiseley | Harewood | Harrogate | Haworth | Horsforth | Ilkley | Ingleton | Keighley | Knaresborough | Leeds | Menston | Otley | Pateley Bridge | Pool-in-Wharfedale | Rawdon | Ripon | Settle | Shipley | Silsden | Skipton | Wetherby | Yeadon | York| Halifax