EV Chargers Overview
Why do you need an EV Charger in Malaysia?
Charging your EV at public stations may not always be convenient, but residential charging with a customizable and reliable EV charger from we can offer cost-effective and convenient charging options.
How do you choose an EV Charger that is suitable for you?
When choosing an EV charger, it’s important to determine your charging needs and match them with the charging capacity of the charger, decide on indoor or outdoor installation based on your needs and electrical capacity, and consider additional features such as connectivity and smart charging capabilities from a reputable and certified brand like ChargeSini Malaysia.
What types of EV chargers are available on the market?
There are two main types of EV chargers: AC and DC Chargers.
How long does it take to charge an electric car with an EV charger?
The charging time for an AC Charger can vary depending on the battery capacity of the vehicle, but it generally takes 4-8 hours to fully charge an EV using an AC charger. DC Chargers can charge an EV up to 80% in as little as 20-30 minutes, depending on the battery capacity of the vehicle and the charging speed of the charger.
How do I install an EV charger at home?
You can install an EV charger at home by contacting us, some EV chargers require a permit from your local building authority, so it’s important to check the requirements in your area before installation.
Can I install an EV charger if I live in an apartment or condo?
Yes, you can install an EV charger in your apartment or condo if your property management approves it.
What is the warranty for my EV charger?
All our AC and DC Chargers come with two years warranty.
Pros of EV Charger
ChargeSini offers a wide selection of fully customizable EV chargers ranging from AC to DC, with charging rates from 22kW up to 180kW, and unique features such as speedy connectivity and smart charging capabilities, all integrated with a cloud platform to provide you with insight and control.
Cons of EV Charger
Installing an EV charger at your residential area may require an electrical upgrade, and it may not be practical for renters or those who frequently move.