theothertom wrote:Look at Clipper Creek and Juicebox. Both made in the US. I chose Juicebox based on price, otherwise they're pretty equal.
For those that may be interested, there are a couple of differences worth noting in functionality between the two.
The JuiceBox is wifi enabled, has energy and cost reporting capabilities via a web dashboard and can be programmed and controlled via a remote phone app (including the 'charge to 80%' capability that so many of us like to do). It can also use optional predictive analytics called Juicenet Green to use the cleanest power available from the grid to charge your car if you choose.
The Clipper Creek is without question a quality EVSE with great reliability but does not have the smart capabilities of the Juicebox.
Some may not value or prefer these smart features and that's absolutely fine. They will be very happy with the Clipper Creek I'm sure.
As an owner of a 2018 Leaf S however (and an admitted data geek), I really appreciate them. I can't use Nissan's app to manage charging because their app only works with the SV and SL trim levels. I find the JuiceBox app invaluable because it give me remote capabilities I wouldn't otherwise have.
Again, both great EVSEs but depending on what your needs are you might prefer one over the other.