Electrical Car Chargers and Installation from £499* plus VAT.
We are independent, certified car charger installers for both homeowners and businesses.
Operating through out Surrey, we are certified and accredited electrical car charger installer for both homes and local business premises. We offer a range of tethered and untethered charging units (see below) to suit your needs and use ultra EV cable as standard, which has the data and power in one cable for a tidy installation. In addition, we provide free surge protection too.
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Electrical Car Chargers and Installation from £499* plus VAT. Complete our quote form below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
o Untethered car chargers have no cable attached to the charger. Instead, you will use your own cable to connect the car to the charger. These are sometimes selected as a neater option.
- As with anything electrical, if not installed and used correctly, they can be dangerous. All of our installs are done with safety in mind. here are some terms you will come across. all of these should be installed with your charger unless for a specific reason they have been safely omitted:
- Surge Protection Device (SPD) – these are to ensure any power surges from lightning strikes in the area pass safely through the SPD and don’t damage the charger or car. They also stop power surges on the earth cable which is connected to the cars body as these could be dangerous if touching the car.
- Residual current device (RCD) – these are used to monitor power out through the live cable and back through the neutral cable. these should be exactly the same. if a scenario occurs where something becomes live and a person was to get a shock then the RCD would trip in milliseconds before the shock can have dangerous consequences. They are installed as “additional protection” and are there in case other safety measures failed. n.b Type AC RCD’s should not be used anymore.
- Protective earth-neutral devices (PEN fault or O’PEN devices) These are relatively new and have come about due to a vulnerability of our electrical network made worse by electric cars due to the large metal body of the cars. A PEN conductor is where the earth and neutral are a shared cable until it enters your house. If this shared cable was to be broken or damaged it means that the neutral and most importantly the earth become live which in turn means the body of the car can become live. PEN fault detection devices almost instantaneously disconnect all the conductors (cables) from the car and will show an error while keeping the car safe to touch.