How much does it cost to charge my car?
The average electricity fee is about 3.6THB per kWh in Thailand. Let’s say your Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid has an empty battery and approximately 10.8 kWh capacity. Depending on your driving style, your car should be able to reach approximately 22.4 km on a single charge. Charging your electric car would cost a total of 10.8 x 3.6 = 38.88THB, This means that the power consumption per kilometer is just around 1.73THB.
How long does it take to charge my car?
How long it takes to charge your electric car really depends on the type of charging station and your car model. Check charging specifications for each car model available. Simply select a car by hitting the button below.
Is there a difference between the installation of an AC and a DC charger?
Yes, there’s a difference between installing an AC and a DC charger.
AC (regular) charging stations require a standard 230-400 Volt connection similar to home appliances. The charging capacity vary between 3.7 kW to 22 kW based on the input. The installation of these charging stations require a professional technician.
DC (fast) charging stations are exclusively operated in public and they require extensive installation with specific equipment.
Where can I find a technician to install my charging station ?
Contact us and we will handle everything for you.
How much does it cost to install a charging station ?
Future Charge provides free installation for our customers with up to 20m cable length plus circuit breaker in your distribution board.
How do I install a charging station ?
VersiCharge must be installed on a permanent structure.
What is the purpose of a charging station when I already have a standard one?
It’s not safe to charge your car with a regular electrical outlet.
Charging your electric car from a regular electrical outlet poses severe safety issues. Regular electrical outlets and cables are not made for charging at a high capacity over a long period of time. If they’re used at a higher intensity than intended, it increases the chances of causing an electrical fire. These types of fires may not be fully covered by your insurance company, as their policies typically apply only if electrical outlets and appliances are used and installed in a compliant manner.
How far can I drive on a single charge?
How far you can drive on a single charge depends on the weather conditions, the weight your car is carrying (luggage/people), car amenities like heating and A/C, and of course, the car’s battery capacity.
Check charging specifications for each car model available. Simply select a car by hitting the button below.
What is the difference between warranty and insurance?
Warranty (Free 3 years)
Basically, anytime your EV Charger has a part that malfunctions due to no fault of your own, and no other outside force acting on it beyond a reasonable level, then it will be the warranty that covers it.
Insurance (Free 1 years cover up to 20m)
Unfortunately, some events occur to cause damage to your EV charger beyond the proper functioning of parts. Insurance is important for making sure you are covered. Sometimes you can’t prevent such things from happening, so it’s obviously pretty important to make sure you have insurance to take care of these expenses if it does happen.
VersiCharge is a product of Siemens, the largest engineering company in Europe. The Siemens VersiCharge line of Electric Vehicle Charging systems is the industry’s most flexible and versatile offering. These Level 2 (240 VAC) charging stations offer unparalleled usability, safety, energy management, and affordability.
How safe is VersiCharge?
Siemens uses a best in class 5 mA sensitivity on the Charging Circuit Interrupting Device (CCID) to protect against ground faults as well as a ground monitor to check the ground connection. Ground Fault Circuit Interruptors (GFCI), National Electrical Code (NEC) states that devices intended for the protection of personnel should de-energize when a current to ground exceeds the 4-6 mA range.
VersiCharge also uses redundant internal barriers to shield a user from any components carrying electricity.