Level 2 charger is AC charging, use 220V & 380v. The EV charging system on your new car is an important feature that lets you charge the battery quickly when needed. Level 2 has been shown to be more efficient than other types, but each manufacturer has their own proprietary technology so it’s hard for consumers without access or knowledge about these systems (like me) get consistent results across brands.

The EV charging level 2 is the most popular option for drivers looking to charge their vehicle at home. It can provide up 24 miles of range per hour, which means that you’ll never need gas again!
In addition this particular type also has temperature restrictions built into its design so as not generate too much heat during use–a huge convenience considering how often people forget about things when they’re running properly anyway (self included).

How to choose ev charging level 2

Frist you need to confirm  use type 1 or type 2

Second you need to confirm the car support 1 or 3 phase

Third you need to confirm max current the car can be used

Type 1 plug

Type 2 plug

How long does it take to charge an EV with a Level 2 charger?

It’s a question on the minds of many electric vehicle (EV) owners – how long does it take to charge an EV with a Level 2 charger? The answer, of course, depends on a number of factors, including the make and model of your EV, the capacity of your battery pack, and the amperage rating of your Level 2 charger. In this blog post, we’ll break it all down for you and help you figure out how long it will take to fully charge your EV using a Level 2 charging station!

ESTIMATED  CHARGE  TIMES  at 16 AMP on 220 Volt Circuit (3.3 kWh charge rate):

Vehicle                                         Max Rate kW            Batt Size         Hours to Full Charge

BMW i3 (2014-16)                            7.4                          23 kWh                 7.0

BMW i3 (2017)                                 7.4                          32 kWh                 9.6

Chevy Bolt                                        7.2                          60 kWh                 18

Chevy Volt                                        3.3                          16.5 kWh              4.0

Chevy Volt (2016-17)                       3.6                           18.4 kWh              5.0

Fiat 500e                                          6.6                           24 kWh                 7.0

Ford Focus EV                                 6.6                           23 kWh                 7.0

Kia Soul                                            6.6                           27 kWh                 8.0

Mercedes B250e                              9.6                           28 kWh                 8.0

Nissan Leaf (2016 SL & SV)            6.6                           30 kWh                 9.0

Nissan Leaf (Older) & S Model        3.3                           24 kWh                 7.5

We can see above clearly, of course, there will be more fast if you choose 32A 1 phase 7Kw,  3phase: 16A 11kw and 32A 22kw evse.