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EV charging systems
- Tesla Wall Connector
- Teison Smart Home Mini 7.4kw Tethered
- Teison Smart Home Mini 7.4kw Untethered
- Teison Smart Home Mini 22kw Tethered
- Teison Smart Home Mini 22kw Untethered
- Wallbox Pulsar Plus 7.2kW
- Wallbox Pulsar Plus 22kW
- Zappi 7.2kW Tethered
- Zappi 7.2kW Untethered
- Zappi 22kW Tethered
- Zappi 22kW Untethered
We’re proud to be Tesla certified installers for their Wall Connector product. With hundreds of Tesla Wall Connector instals under our belt, rest assured knowing we are the experts in Tesla charger installations.
EV Charger installation for
We offer a range of charging solutions suitable for a large number of car brands, including Nissan. We’ll help you find the right home charging system for your Nissan vehicle, and have it installed by one of our accredited technicians.
Many owners of Nissan electric cars are choosing to install a charging system in their homes, rather than relying on a powerpoint, as it’s much more convenient and offers other valuable benefits.
EV home chargers for
Most Nissan electric vehicles don’t come with a charging cable as a standard inclusion. Of course, you can purchase one separately through revcharge and pair it with a regular household socket. However, this charging method is only recommended for use as a last resort. Not only is it a time-consuming exercise, but a lot of energy can also be required to charge an electric vehicle and most household sockets aren’t designed to take on this much power.
For the Nissan, the average charge per hour is 41 kms. This is based on a regular home charger at 7kw. The exact range depends on your home electrics, your car’s specifications, your power input (i.e. solar or battery) and the type of charger you choose (e.g. single or three phase).
Investing in a home EV charging system for your Nissan significantly reduces its charging time and can allow you access to features such as solar optimisation, remote charging and scheduled charging, depending on the charging system you choose. The systems we offer range from 7kW to 22kW of power, making a home EV charging system much more reliable, less expensive to run and a whole lot safer.
You have the option to choose a tethered or untethered charging system for your Nissan. Depending on your needs, we offer both! For convenience and security, a tethered system comes with a cable attached that easily plugs into your EV. Alternatively, for tidiness and flexibility, untethered systems allow charging cords to detach. Charging cables for untethered EV chargers can be purchased separately through our range of accessories.
At revcharge, our goal is to save you time and money, while ensuring a quality install that will last you for years to come. Choosing the right home charging solution for your electric vehicle can be complicated. We take out the stress and guesswork from finding the right charging system for your
and have it installed and activated by a trained, accredited technician.Get a fixed quote
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Yokohama, Japan. The company was founded in 1933 and has grown to become one of the world's largest car manufacturers. Nissan produces a wide range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans. Some of the company's most popular models include the Altima, Rogue, and Sentra. In addition to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles, Nissan also produces electric vehicles and hybrids. The company's all-electric LEAF model is one of the best-selling electric vehicles in the world.
Nissan operates in over 160 countries around the world, and has a global network of over 12,000 dealers. The company also has several manufacturing facilities around the world, including in the United States, Mexico, and Europe. Nissan is known for producing a wide range of vehicles that cater to various market segments, from affordable compact cars to luxury vehicles under its Infiniti brand. Nissan also has a reputation for being an innovator in the automotive industry, with a focus on advanced technology, design, and sustainability.
revcharge makes it easy to power your EV.
In three simple steps.
Answer quick questions about your home and electric vehicle and send us photos of your switchboard and preferred charger location.
We’ll assess this information and determine the best charging solutions for you.
Receive an obligation-free quote within one business day. Our quotes include a recommended EV charger based on our assessment of your home and two alternative EV chargers for you to choose from.
All options include the delivery, installation and activation of the EV charger quoted at a fixed price.
We also have an installation-only service if you have already bought your EV charger.
Book a day and time for your installation. If you ordered your EV charger with revcharge, you will receive it before this date.
If you want an existing charger installed, just let your technician know when booking an installation date.
Once the EV charger is in place, the technician can also help you connect any apps for the charger and show you how to use them.
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Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to charge
The speed in which it takes to charge your EV is dependent on your EV's battery capacity and the EV Charger you choose to install (tethered vs untethered). On average, a full recharge can be between 4 to 7 hours.
How much does it cost to charge
Driving Electric Vehicles (EVs) is considerably cheaper than Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) ones (your stock-standard petrol engine). The cost to drive 100 km is on average estimated at $4 for EVs and $14 for ICE vehicles.
When it comes to the cost of charging your specific Nissan EV, it will depend on the rate you pay for electricity. You can calculate this with a simple formula: Electricity cost c/kWh x Battery size kWh.
E.g. a Nissan Leaf e+ in Victoria that’s averaging 21.14c/kW, it’d be 0.2114 x 62.00 = $13.11
For homes that generate and store your own energy from PV Solar, then technically it's free!
This blog covers this topic in more detail: https://revcharge.com.au/blog/how-much-does-it-cost-to-charge-an-ev-in-aust