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What You Ought to Know About Charging Your Hyundai Car

Did you know electric cars require much less maintenance compared to internal combustion vehicles? One of the first steps in keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape is keeping the battery from discharging to low levels. To maximize battery life, Hyundai recommends charging every two to three days. This prevents the battery from draining too much and prepares your Hyundai for long trips. But, going to the petrol station every two or three days is excessive and takes most of your time. So, buying a Hyundai charging station for your home proves to be an ideal solution.

Yes, your Hyundai is super easy to charge at home if you can install a Hyundai home charger. For instance, your Hyundai Kona gets a full mile charge within ten hours. All you need is access to a wall outlet at home.

How to Choose a Hyundai Home Charger

Charging at home is one of the easiest ways to top up your Hyundai car batteries. According to a recent report, more than ninety per cent of electric vehicles are charged at home. The Hyundai Kona Electric uses the CCS charging standard, which combines AC and DC inlet ports. A type 2 connector is required for charging at home and fast AC points. Depending on the type of network, the Hyundai Kona can be charged fast, slow, and rapid, in which fast charging requires a Type 2-to-Type 2 cable. Usually, this cable is supplied with the vehicle. Unlike public chargers, a home Hyundai Kona charger doesn’t require an activation process to initiate charging.

Charging Time

When in rapid mode, the Hyundai car charger takes just 30 minutes to reach the battery capacity of 80% at 100kw. Whereas fast charging takes approximately ten hours, and slow charging takes about 26 hours to reach full battery potential. Moreover, you can customise your requirements, such as battery charge, connector speed, and other charger options, to get more accurate results.

Fast Charging

Do you want to add more mileage to your long trips? Fast charging is the perfect option. The Hyundai Kona uses a fast-charging connector that can add about 80% of battery capacity within an hour.

Hyundai Portable Charger

Hyundai portable charging stations come with a two-year replacement warranty and can be plugged into regular Australian power points. This portable Hyundai car charger is suitable for travelling and compatible with Hyundai Ioniq, Hyundai Kona, and Hyundai Sonata.

Wrapping Up

Charging your Hyundai at home is one of the cost-effective ways to recharge, and large companies offer fully installed charge points. So having a Hyundai home charger saves you money and time. Get in touch with a leading supplier and installer of EV chargers to find the best option for your Hyundai cars.

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