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How To Use Existing Home Power To Charge Your EV

How To Use Existing Home Power To Charge Your EV

Simple Switch smartly switches power between two appliances. When the Primary Appliance is not in use, the Secondary Appliance receives power. 

Watch below to learn how we installed the Simple Switch to share our oven power with our EV. Since the oven is primary, whenever we want to use it, it will get power. When it is not in use, the secondary can be linked to our EV for charging.

No wi-fi, apps, or extra power required. It is Simple. Simple Switch.

Have any questions? Contact us and we can help you select the right setup.

2 comments

Jun 19, 2020 • Posted by simpleSwitch

The EV is our newest product and we are playing catch-up! Images coming soon and just posted the install instructions. Thanks for your interest!

Jun 17, 2020 • Posted by Jacob Smith

Sounds like an innovative product, but website is missing key info.
Simple Switch EV indicates that it includes a “built-in embedded Type 2 EVSE charger”, but pictures don’t reflect that or show specs for the charger.
Are there User Manuals or or Installation Docs somewhere?
thanks!

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