Want an Emporia Level 2 EV Charger but your home doesn’t have the electrical capacity? With Emporia EV Charger with Load Management, you can install Emporia's award-winning Level 2 EV Charger without the headache of costly electrical service upgrades, all while adhering to the National Electric Code standards. Empower your home, stay within code, and enjoy cost-effective EV charging with Emporia's innovative Load Management.
What customers are saying about Emporia Load Management:
"Load management is a game changer. Without it, I'd have to install a device to shed load if my usage hit 100 Amps ($2K-$3K). The alternative would be a service upgrade to 200 Amps, requiring a complete electrical panel replacement. The estimate was in excess of $4000."
"Just did a test by turning on 30A of baseboard heat, my electric dryer, and my oven, while charging my EV, and it successfully curtailed the EV charging (normally 48A) to keep the main under 80A on my 100A main panel. This is awesome!!!"
Intelligent Charging with Current Electrical Capacity
Emporia’s intelligent Load Management solution dynamically adjusts the EV charge rate, allowing the sum of breakers to exceed your panel's service rating, while keeping your home's energy consumption within your system limits. Allowing you to sidestep the need for expensive electrical service upgrades.
Award-Winning Level 2 EV Charger
The Emporia EV Charger with Load Management consists of the award-winning Emporia Level 2 Smart Home EV Charger and an Emporia Vue Energy Monitor pre-enabled with Load Management capabilities. The EV Charger can charge any EV up to 40 amps with NEMA 14-50P or up to 48 amps with hardwired installation. It comes with a 24’ cable with an SAE J1772 connector so it works with all electric cars. Its watertight black or white NEMA Type 4 enclosure is made to withstand the elements outdoors.
The Emporia Smart Home Energy Charger comes with a SAE J1772 connector so it works with all electric cars, including, but not limited to the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6 and Niro, Nissan Leaf, Audi e-Tron, Ford Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lighting, Volkswagen ID.4, and Rivian R1T.
The Tesla Model S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y have proprietary connectors and require a J1772 adapter.
UL Listed to meet the safety criteria defined by these international standards: NEC 625, SAE J1772, UL 817, UL 991, UL 2231, UL 2251, and UL 2594. Energy Star Chargers use 40% less energy than non-Energy Star products in standby mode.
Turning Power into Knowledge
Track energy use in real time! You'll know exactly how much energy you're using to charge your car in real time and historically by the minute, hour, day, week, month, and year. Use the Emporia app to schedule charging when electricity is cheapest and see all your charging data and energy consumption in one place.