Bosch EV200 Series

The Bosch EV200 series is the manufacturer-recommended Level 2 240V charging stations for multiple electric vehicle manufacturers in North America. Bosch EV200 chargers are available in multiple power output and charging cable length options to meet your charging needs. A minimalist, compact design and user-friendly operation easily integrate to your home.
  • Bosch recommends working with an experienced electrician to install your new charging station.  Looking for an electrician? Visit the Bosch installer map for a recommendation.
  • Ask your electrician to install a 40-amp breaker (20-Amp for the 16A EV210) wire and conduit, needed to install a charging station. Once your electrician finishes you'll be ready for charging.
  • The EV200 series is designed to be hardwired only.
The charging stations are built to exceed NEMA 3R standards, making it weather-resistant and suitable for indoor or outdoor installation. It will safely charge in rain, snow, sleet and ice or in the comfort of your garage. Use your vehicle infotainment system or your vehicle’s app to set delayed charging, view vehicle battery and charging status and manage your charging station. Call  or email  to order
(877) 805-3873
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  • Charge up to 7x faster than the Level 1 cordset that came with your electric vehicle.
  • Level 2 (240V) charging stations are more affordable than ever – starting at just $379!
  • Tax incentives and rebates offset purchase and installation costs, up to 100% in some areas
  • It’s more convenient to charge at home than using a public station.
  • Indoor/Outdoor rated (fully sealed NEMA 4 enclosures)
  • The Level 1 cordset that came with your electric vehicle can be used as a portable charging station or for a second charging station when you have company with an EV.
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