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Convenient & Accessible EV Charging

Convenient & Accessible EV Charging

Electrification has come to cars, SUVs, and pickup trucks, and the options for new electric and plug-in hybrid cars are increasing in number and variety. Some of the popular electric car models in 2020 are the BMW i3, Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S/X/3, Renault ZOE and the list continues here

Electric cars' availability are growing rapidly, and that trend is only going to accelerate as these upcoming models push the boundaries of performance, range and desirability. Few of the exciting upcoming releases are the Mercedes EQC and EQA, Audi Q4 e-tron and e-tron GT, BMW iX3 and i4, Tesla Cybertruck and Roadster, and this list goes on here

With electric vehicle sales rising up to a whopping 2.1 million globally in 2019, surpassing the 2018 sales milestone, electric cars in total have accounted for 2.6% of global car sales in 2019. As we see huge strides in the technological progress in relation to the electrification of cars, and trucks, analysts predict significant growth in these sales figures for the coming years. Although the sales for electric cars have contracted in 2020 due to the global pandemic, these figures are expected to recover and start gaining traction in the near future. 


And with millions of electric vehicles on the road, the question is, are there enough charging stations to keep all of our electric vehicles fully charged so that they do not break down or have empty batteries in the middle of a road trip? With this in mind, it is no wonder that people hesitate to jump on the EV bandwagon. The top two reasons people hesitate to convert to electric cars are a lack of numerous charging stations and range anxiety.

If you’re thinking about adding electric vehicles to your fleet, you will first need to understand the availability of charging stations around you. 

Lectron Tesla to J1772 Adapters

First on the list, we have the Lectron - Tesla to J1772 Adapter, Max 40A & 250V - For Tesla High Powered Connector and Destination Chargers. The Lectron Tesla Wall Charger to J1772 Adapter is uniquely designed to connect J1772-supporting plugs to Tesla chargers. With our adapter, customers with regular Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrids can now enjoy Tesla charging stations anywhere. Compatible with the Tesla High Power Wall Connector, Destination Charger and Mobile Connector, our adapter greatly increases the number of charging destinations available to you. Note: This product is not compatible with the Tesla Supercharger.


Lectron J1772 EV Chargers

Lectron 240V 16 Amp Level 1/Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger with 21ft J1772 Extension Cord - Designed with the intention of making electric vehicle charging quick and effortless. Utilizing the standard J1772 charging protocol, this charging cable is compatible with all electric cars and plug-in hybrids. Compact and durable, it is the perfect charging cable for home use and with a 21ft cable that's long enough for most driveways or garages. (Note: If you are using the standard socket, the Maximum output would be 110V only)


Lectron J1772 to Tesla Adapter

Lectron J1772 to Tesla Charging Adapter, 60A & 250V AC - Compatible with SAE J1772 Chargers. A compact adapter designed to connect the SAE J1772 chargers to your Tesla vehicle. With our adapter, Tesla drivers can utilize J1772 charging stations. Maximize the EV charging options of your Model 3/Y/S/X. The adapter enables compatibility with Level 1 and Level 2 charging stations, greatly increasing the number of charging destinations for your Tesla.



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Magdi Sayegh - September 9, 2021

I purchased the tesla to j1772 adapter. Fits great but as soon as I plugged a tesla charger into my chrysler pacifica, the van get very upset. Immediately it. Gave me red lights on dash to service charging system soon. Also instead of fhe blue light bar to show charging started, two blinking bars flashed on right and left. Ingot scared and disconnected. The service charge light disappeared when i went home and plugged to my home charger. Anyone knows why?? I am concerned that loke beta and VHS war, the plug war started..

Marty Rand - January 18, 2021

Dear Lectron brilliant support:

I currently have a LEVITRON 230 v wall outlet (NEMA 1-30 configutation, I think, upper prong is L-shaped and 2 remaining prongs are sligly curved but wide comapred to a 110 volts outlet) for the Maytag electric dryer it uses 20A or so (the fuse box says 240/30 with 2 fuse bundled together in the circuit breaker). I wish to by a LEVITRON 240 volts home use charger for my Honday Clarity PHEV car (perhaps J1772?) with cable about 50 feet or so (if only 21 feet cable were to come with the J1772, then an extension cord to make it to a total of 50 feet) BUT I wish to also add a toggle switch (or something similar) from LEVITRON at or close to the above mentioned wall outlet to toggle between the Maytag electric dryer and the car Please suggest LEVITRON parts to buy for the above configuration (or any decent solution), please!!!!!

Marty Rand

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