Focus on the Hypervolt Home 3 Pro electric vehicle charger

The new and improved Hypervolt Home 3 Pro electric vehicle charger has a sleek design and is also solar compatible.

With inbuilt LED lighting throughout, the charger  is currently available in in ultra black, space grey and ultra white. The new Hypervolt EV charger has smart home integration and the can be controlled using devices such as Amazon Alexa. It also offers a programmable timer function that will use one of three charging states under solar charging, boost mode, Eco Mod and Super eco mode. The Hypervolt offers charging speeds of 7kW and uses a tethered type 2 connector with cable lengths of 5m as standard, or 7.5m or 10m for additional cost.

What’s the process of getting a Hypervolt?

As soon as we receive an enquiry we will contact you asking for a selection of photos that we can use to conduct a remote survey. These can either be sent to us by email or WhatsApp. This will include pictures of your electrical supply, meter, and parking arrangement. If necessary further details will be requested, for example, you may be asked for more information on the cable route if it is slightly complex. Once the remote survey has been completed a quote will be sent out for supply and installation of an electric car charger for home. Our price will also include a surge protection device and 3-year parts and labour warranty. At this stage if you are eligible to receive the OZEV or WCS grant we will help you to apply. On acceptance of the quote we will then contact you to arrange a convenient date for installation. Once installed the engineer will demonstrate how to use the charger and answer any questions you may have.  Going back a step, if you are unable to provide photographs or if your installation is particularly complex, we may offer to arrange a free site survey.

The whole process from enquiry to installation takes approximately 1-2 weeks and we aim to make it as painless and hassle free as possible!

Can my electrician install a Hypervolt?

No, generally speaking your electrician shouldn’t install your EV charge point. As much as a qualified electrician will be trained, they may not have completed the specific training course for EV Charge point installers which enables them to meet current regulations and follow the correct Code of Practice for EV charge point equipment installations. The warranty may also become invalidated if a charger is not installed by a manufacturer approved installer. Our installers are all fully qualified and approved by OZEV (Office for low emission vehicles) to offer the grant for eligible customers. To find out more about the installation process visit our website and look under support.

Where do we install?

As independent electric car charging points specialists, we install throughout the whole of the South-East and London including Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, Essex, Greater London and Inner London.

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October 30, 2023

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