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HCS-60 Power Station

ClipperCreek

March 14, 2014 - Products

Clipper Creek pairs its rugged HCS-60 48-amp power station with a durable rubber-molded vehicle cable and connector. This 240-volt, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station is rated for both indoor and outdoor use. The unit is constructed with a sealed, rugged NEMA four-station enclosure, and includes 25 feet of charging cable. It includes a three-year warranty, and retails for $899.

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