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ClipperCreek Level 2 EV Charging Station - Hardwired, 32 Amp, 240V, 25 ft Cable

I-CLPCRKCHG-01-XXXX-XXXX-V1 4.2 star rated
$665.00
After a $0 Instant Rebate

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  • Media Feature Markdown: * Charging Power: 32 Amp (7.7kW max) * Hardwired (3 foot service whip provided) * Supply Circuit: 208/240V, 40A * Vehicle Connector Type: Over-molded SAE J1772 Connector * Certifications: ETL, cETL
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  • PDP Info Banner: Get this EV charger for free or $599 cash! To qualify, you must meet all of the following: 1) You purchased or leased a new (not pre-owned) plug-in electric vehicle in the last 6 months, 2) You have an active SMUD account, 3) You have your full DMV registration form and the first page of your auto sales or lease contract. If you qualify, either complete your EV charger purchase and [apply for the $599 cash incentive](https://www.smud.org/en/Going-Green/Electric-Vehicles/EV-Incentive-Application-Page{openNewTab}) or [apply for the free ClipperCreek level 2 charger](https://www.smud.org/en/Going-Green/Electric-Vehicles/EV-Incentive-Application-Page{openNewTab}) (it will be sent to you upon approval of your application).
Model: 0909-01-003
Description
The HCS-40R is the ruggedized version of ClipperCreek's most popular electric vehicle charging station, the HCS-40. This charging station features a rubber over-molded SAE J1772 connector, a field-replaceable latch, and a five year warranty. The HCS-40R is an affordable solution that works with all plug-in vehicles including the Chevy Bolt, Nissan Leaf, Fiat 500e, BMW i8, Kia Soul, Ford C Max, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Tesla Model 3, etc. For a complete list of all current electric vehicles and the approximate time to charge from empty to full, please visit [ClipperCreek’s charging times page](https://www.clippercreek.com/charging-times-chart/{openNewTab}). For more information and resources on electric vehicles, visit [SMUD’s electric vehicle resource page](https://www.smud.org/en/Going-Green/Electric-Vehicles/Residential{openNewTab}).