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Accessories for EV Charging Stations

Shop for cables, adapters, plugs, and other accessories for your EV charging unit

Electric Outlet Adapters Plug into dryer outlets $59.00 each Add to cart
14" Mounting Bracket for next generation JuiceBoxes $40.00 each Add to cart
J1772 Plug Holder to store J1772 cable $19.99 each Add to cart
Security Locking Bracket for older model JuiceBoxes $39.99 each 35 items in stock Add to cart
JuiceBox Carrying Case Carry JuiceBox while traveling $54.95$49.95 each Add to cart
J1772 Cable & Plug 40A, 25FT $199.00 each Add to cart
2 Piece Mounting Bracket for older model JuiceBoxes $29.99 each Add to cart
Rainproof Outdoor Outlet 14-50 RV outlet $59.00 each Add to cart
Input Cable for any level 2 charging station $29.00 each Add to cart
Tab for Wall Bracket for older model JuiceBoxes $8.00 each Add to cart
License Frame "Beyond Petroleum" $14.99 each Add to cart
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Your EV charging accessory buying guide

While JuiceBox home EV chargers come with everything you need to charge an electric vehicle from the comfort of your home, we offer a variety of accessories and equipment to help EV drivers maximize the convenience of their home charging —?including adapters and more.

Input cable vs. output cable: EV charging cables explained

All plug-In JuiceBox units are equipped with a 240-volt NEMA 14-50 input cable, which connects a JuiceBox charger to the wall outlet, and a 25-foot output cable with an SAE J1772 standard plug, which connects the JuiceBox charger to a vehicle.

Do I need an EV charger adapter to connect to a wall outlet?

In your home, there are two “levels” of EV charging, determined by the voltage used. Level 1 charging stations are plugged into a standard 120-volt household outlet and can typically add 4-5 miles of range per hour to a vehicle’s battery. Level 2 chargers require a 240-volt circuit and can typically add 15-25 miles of range per hour. Plug-in JuiceBox Level 2 chargers come standard with a NEMA 14-50 plug; however, our adapters enable users to charge via 240-volt NEMA 10-30 "old dryer" and 240-volt NEMA 14-30 "new dryer" outlets as well. Learn more about the different levels of electric vehicle charging in our blogpost.

What about Tesla adapters?

JuiceBox chargers adhere to the universal SAE J1772 standard adopted by the major car manufacturers in North America, and can charge any electric vehicle on the market. To connect JuiceBox's J1772 connector to a Tesla, drivers can simply use the J1772 adapter that Tesla provides to drivers of its cars.

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