Home charging stations for electric vehicles are great appliances that enhance the comfort of owning and using an electric vehicle. Since they are part of the standard level of equipment with most electric vehicles, charging your EV at home is a breeze. However, the home chargers developed for electric vehicles are high-capacity devices that feature extremely complicated electronics and need installed by a Licensed Denver electrician. Performing any work on such a home charging station without having the knowledge and experience acquired through specialized training can lead to very dangerous situations. Here are some examples:
- Damage to the vehicle’s charging system – electric vehicles are sensitive cars. Their charging systems can function optimally only under certain circumstances. If the charging system gets too much or too little current, that can damage the charger as well as the vehicle.
- Failing to communicate through the wireless system – most home chargers need to be able to communicate continuously, otherwise they are not able to do their job properly. Any failure to choose the right settings can lead to an even more severe malfunction.
- Voiding of the warranty – any intervention performed by someone who lacks the training necessary to perform repairs on electric charging stations, will lead to the voiding of the warranty the owner has on the appliance.