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              Accessories for EV Charging Stations

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

              JuiceBox Carrying Case Carry JuiceBox while traveling $54.95$49.95 each Add to cart
              Electric Outlet Adapters Plug into dryer outlets $59.00 each Add to cart
              Input Extension Cable NEMA 14-50, 5 foot $69.99 each Add to cart
              Security Locking Bracket for older model JuiceBoxes $39.99 each 44 items in stock Add to cart
              J1772 Cable & Plug 40A, 25FT $199.00 each Add to cart
              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
              J1772 Plug Holder to store J1772 cable $19.99 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 — from adapters to extension cables 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. Our heavy-duty 20-foot J1772 extension cable will nearly double the reach of your charging output cable—a perfect solution for a garage with multiple EVs, or an electrical panel far from parked cars.

              Do I need an EV charger adapter?

              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 NEMA 10-30 "old dryer" and NEMA 14-30 "new dryer" outlets as well. Learn more about the different levels of electric vehicle charging in our blogpost.