ClipperCreek offers pre-owned home chargers with UL and ETL safety certifications
In a recent announcement, charging-station manufacturer ClipperCreek said that it is now offering certified pre-owned home charging stations for certified pre-owned electric cars.
Going by the announcement, the pre-owned home chargers offered by ClipperCreek will come with UL and ETL safety certifications. The pre-owned chargers will be duly inspected and tested “to ensure like-new functionality;” and will be packaged in new boxes, with new manuals and connector holsters.
While announcing the availability of its certified pre-owned home charging stations, ClipperCreek said that the pre-owned home chargers will be available in two models --- LCS and HCS. The company will provide a one-year warranty on all its certified chargers.
Sharing details about the two models of certified pre-owned home charging stations, ClipperCreek said that the $300-priced LCS model will deliver up to 24 amps of power; while the $400-priced HCS model will deliver up to 80 amps of power. The company also added alongside that the maximum amperage may not be delivered by all the certified pre-owned home chargers.
About ClipperCreek’s certified pre-owned home chargers, the company’s Inside Sales Manager Amanda Lance said that “stringent guidelines” have been developed by ClipperCreek team with regard to the products to be considered for “factory certification.” Lance also added that the company has put a process in place “to ensure that all parts that can no longer be utilized are recycled in an environmentally-friendly manner.”
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