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Charging stations are Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). EVSE have different power levels:
Level 1 - 120 volts AC, 12 to 16 amps; can plug into receptacle or can be hardwired. Adds 4.5 driving miles per hour of charging. Level 1 & 2 charging stations simply supply AC voltage to the battery charger that is onboard the car.
Level 2 - 208-240 volts AC, 12 to 80 amps; can be plug-connected but is often hardwired. The range of power levels available add from 11 to as much as 55 driving miles per charging hour. Most EV drivers want this at home.
DC Fast Charging - 300-800 volts DC; This is powered by a 3-phase commercial electric service. They provide 300 or more volts DC directly to the car's battery and regulate the charge by communicating with the car. These can charge from 80 to 160 driving miles per hour and beyond. You won't find this at your house, but in public places.
Level 1 Charging
Up to 2 miles, 30 minutes
Level 2 Charging
Up to 10 miles, 30 minutes
DC Fast Charging
Up to 90 miles, 30 minutes