EVSE LLC, a subsidiary of Control Module, Inc.
electric car charging stations

CONTACT INFO

89 Phoenix Ave.
Enfield, CT 06082
Toll Free: 800-722-6654
Phone: 860-745-2433
Fax: 860-741-6064

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Our patented-pending automatic cable management system provides ADA-compliant charger access, with a revolutionary design unmatched by other EV charger manufacturers. With a full line of electric car charging stations, networking options and support equipment, EVSE creates residential and public charging solutions that adapt to your operations.

EVSE is a division of Control Module Inc. Founded in 1969, CMI has developed innovative products that are used worldwide for automated data collection and workforce management, fleet management, vehicle electrification and electric vehicle supply. Along with its founder, James Bianco, the Company holds more than 100 patents.

Headquartered in Enfield, Connecticut, EVSE's products are designed and manufactured in the United States, with a dedicated production and support team that has been committed to excellence for over four decades.

ALL PRODUCTS

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EVSE Cable Management System

EVSE Cable Management - Maximizes Safety & Reduces Liability

EVSE's revolutionary automatic cable management system solves the challenges that charger cables present in real world applications. Often users won't bother to properly store the cable manually, so with many of our competitor's chargers, the cables end up being left lying on the ground.
  • Our automatic cable management system eliminates these challenges.
  • Reduces liability from tripping hazards & false claims
  • Prevents damage to connectors from contact with snow, rain, ice & salt
  • Protects cables from vehicles and vandals
  • Keeps grime off customers hands & clothes for a positive user experience
  • Ensures ADA compliance by removing obstacles (cables) from the pathway

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EVSE AutoCoil Charging Station - 3704 Level 2/Level 1

EVSE LLC's 3704 AutoCoil Level 2/Level 1 electric vehicle charger with automatic cable management offers the most advanced electric vehicle charging in the market today. The unit is engineered and manufactured for ease of use by any EV customer turn on using On button, credit card, RFID card or mobile phone app, plug in, charge, and after disconnecting just walk the cable back as it retracts back into the housing automatically. AutoCoil comes in Dual Wall or Pole Mounted versions with 20' cable reach to ensure connection to various electric vehicle inlets.

Level 1 or Level 2
The model 3704 AutoCoil is configurable to operate at Level 1 or Level. Level 1 at 15-20A at 110VAC. At Level 2 the AutoCoil provides 208VAC to 240VAC up to 30A off a 40A Non-GFCI breaker. Designed to UL, SAE J1772 and NEC 625 standards (National Electric Code Book), the AutoCoil meets or exceeds all safety codes specified by UL and NEC. The unit is engineered for commercial interior or exterior locations and comes in single/dual wall, and single/dual pole mounted versions. The 3704 meets or exceeds all NEMA CLASS 3R specifications. The Level 1 charger will recharge a Nissan Leaf in about 17 hours. A Level 2 will recharge a Leaf in about 6 hours. The AutoCoil Level 1 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 8 hours. The AutoCoil Level 2 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 3.5 to 4 hours.

Cable Management, ADA and OSHA
The 3704 is equipped with a state-of-the-art cable management system, which fully retracts and protects the 20-foot cable from harsh weather and vandals. The cable is tested for use at -50C. The charger is tested to operate at -22F to 122F. The cable management system is ADA and OSHA compliant by keeping cables off the ground when connected to a vehicle and when not connected. There are tens of thousands of chargers today with cables on the ground in weather and in the pathway of pedestrians creating a public safety hazard. EVSE is the leader in EV charger cable management design that addresses OSHA and ADA requirements. Adapts to Customers' Existing Payment and Control Systems
Modular in design, the AutoCoil can be configured for simple on-off control, or the more demanding requirements of credit/debit, RFID card processing, mobile phone apps and vehicle sensors or parking control systems. All of EVSE LLC's charger are integrated with Amano McGann, HUB/Data Park and other parking access payment and control systems, eliminating the need to add third party payment systems. EVSE chargers also use the leading campus cashless card used at universities, colleges and corporations across the country. EVSE chargers are compatible with Open Charge Alliance (OCPP) charger networks from Greenlots, EVConnect or OpConnect. This ensures universal access to chargers without proprietary membership required and prevents stranding of EV drivers if they do not have a "member card."

Smart Grid and Demand Response Ready
EVSE's chargers are ready to accept pricing and control commands from utility smart grid demand response systems to control high energy costs during peak energy demand cycles. Requires Greenlots OCPP Charger Networking (www.greenlots.com).
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Garage Overhead Charger - 3722 Level 2/Level 1

The Garage Overhead 3722 Level 2/Level Charger is a ceiling mounted charger and is designed to meet both OSHA and ADA. A driver presses the wall mounted control ON button and the charger descends automatically to ADA height. When a customer disconnects the J1772 connector from the vehicle power is cut automatically and the cable retractions up into the housing, keeping cables and connectors away from pedestrians, vehicles, ground contaminants and vandals.

Level 1 or Level 2
The model 3722 Garage Overhead operates at Level 1 or Level. Level 1 at 15-20A at 110VAC. At Level 2 the AutoCoil provides 208VAC to 240VAC up to 30A off a 40A Non-GFCI breaker. Designed per UL, SAE J1772 and NEC 625 standards (National Electric Code Book), the Garage Overhead meets or exceeds all safety codes specified by UL and NEC. The unit is engineered for commercial garages or residential garages. The Garage Overhead 3722 meets or exceeds all NEMA CLASS 3R specifications. The Level 1 charger will recharge a Nissan Leaf in about 17 hours. A Level 2 will recharge a Leaf in about 6 hours. The Garage Overhead 3722 Level 1 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 8 hours. The Garage Overhead 3722 Level 2 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 3.5 to 4 hours.

Cable Management, ADA and OSHA
The Garage Overhead 3722 is equipped with a state-of-the-art cable management system, which fully retracts and protects the J1772 cable and connector cable from harsh weather, ground contaminants and vandals. The cable management system is ADA and OSHA compliant by keeping cables off the ground when connected to a vehicle and when not connected. There are tens of thousands of chargers today with cables on the ground in weather and in the pathway of pedestrians creating a public safety hazard. EVSE is the leader in EV charger cable management design that addresses OSHA and ADA requirements. OSHA mandates no live high voltage cables touch the ground. ADA (Commercial Section) 302.3 mandates no obstacles greater than a 1/4" in the pathway for a person with a disability; 303 states "forward reach" no higher than 48" and no lower than 15: 309, the "operable parts mandate states no pull required greater than 5lbs. For OSHA no live cables are allowed to touch the ground. EVSE LLC meets and exceeds all these requirements.

Adapts to Customers' Existing Payment and Control Systems
Modular in design, the Garage Overhead can be configured for simple on-off control, or the more demanding requirements of credit/debit, RFID card processing, mobile phone apps and vehicle sensors or parking control systems. All of EVSE LLC's charger are integrated with Amano McGann, HUB/Data Park and other parking access payment and control systems, eliminating the need to add third party payment systems. EVSE chargers also use the leading campus cashless card used at universities, colleges and corporations across the country. EVSE chargers are compatible with Open Charge Alliance (OCPP) charger networks from Greenlots, EVConnect or OpConnect. OCPP ensures universal access to chargers without proprietary membership required and prevents stranding of EV drivers if they do not have a "member card." Smart Grid and Demand Response Ready
EVSE's chargers are ready to accept pricing and control commands from utility smart grid demand response (ADR 2.0b) systems to control high energy costs during peak energy demand cycles. Requires Greenlots OCPP Charger Networking (www.greenlots.com).

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Electric Vehicle Charger - 3703 Level 2/Level 1

EVSE LLC's 3703 Level 2/Level 1 electric vehicle charger provides a low cost solution for commercial applications while delivering EVSE's robust payment, data collection and control options. The unit is engineered and manufactured for ease of use by any EV customer turn on using "On" button, credit card, RFID card or mobile phone app, plug in, charge, and after disconnecting just wrap the cable on the cable arm. The 3703 comes in Dual Wall or Pole Mounted versions with 17' cable reach to ensure connection to various electric vehicle inlets.

Level 1 or Level 2
The model 3703 is configurable to operate at Level 1 or Level. Level 1 at 15-20A at 110VAC. At Level 2 the AutoCoil provides 208VAC to 240VAC up to 30A off a 40A Non-GFCI breaker. Designed to UL, SAE J1772 and NEC 625 standards (National Electric Code Book), the AutoCoil meets or exceeds all safety codes specified by UL and NEC. The unit is engineered for commercial interior or exterior locations and comes in wall and single/dual pole mounted versions. The 3703 meets or exceeds all NEMA CLASS 3R specifications. The Level 1 charger will recharge a Nissan Leaf in about 17 hours. A Level 2 will recharge a Leaf in about 6 hours. The 3703Level 1 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 8 hours. The 3703 Level 2 charger will recharge a Chevy Volt's 40 mile range battery in 3.5 to 4 hours.

Cable Management
If managed by customer or facility staff, the J1772 connector and cable can be replaced on the cable arm. This will ensure no cables remain on the ground when not in use.

Adapts to Customers' Existing Payment and Control Systems
Modular in design, the 3703 can be configured for simple on-off control, or the more demanding requirements of credit/debit, RFID card processing, mobile phone apps and vehicle sensors or parking control systems. All of EVSE LLC's charger are integrated with Amano McGann, HUB/Data Park and other parking access payment and control systems, eliminating the need to add third party payment systems. EVSE chargers also use the leading campus cashless card used at universities, colleges and corporations across the country. EVSE chargers are compatible with Open Charge Alliance (OCPP) charger networks from Greenlots, EVConnect or OpConnect. This ensures universal access to chargers without proprietary membership required and prevents stranding of EV drivers if they do not have a "member card."

Smart Grid and Demand Response Ready
EVSE's chargers are ready to accept pricing and control commands from utility smart grid demand response systems to control high energy costs during peak energy demand cycles. Requires Greenlots OCPP Charger Networking (www.greenlots.com).

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Payment Systems

Integrated Payment Solutions for Charging Stations.

EVSE flexible payment and secure access solutions adapt to what's in place. It's your property, and if you own the chargers, any revenue should go directly to your account and not a charging station operator. EVSE integrates with in-place revenue collection, credit card billing, pre-paid monthly cards and secure access (e.g. gate and ticket) systems. Why introduce new member cards or extra credit card fees? Our solution is: Simple. Easy. Smart.

If you prefer a separate system our Payment Kiosk and wall-mounted Payment Station are designed with the operating capabilities needed for multi-space charging stations. We also have our own encrypted PCI compliant credit card service. Payment and usage data are transmitted via a number of communication and network options, requiring little customization during installation.
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Hand-Held Testing Devices

Electrician & Technician Testers - Tools for Installers and Electricians

EVSE's Electrician and Technician testers are created for installation professionals, and are small and durable‐enough to be carried in a tool‐box. These weather‐proof hand‐held units allow new chargers to be checked after installation, verifying a number of vital power and safety requirements, as they simulate the connection a charger makes with an electric vehicle. Simply plug the charger's J1772 connector into the tester's receptacle and you are ready to evaluate operation.
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Control Modules

EVSE Control Modules - Activation Options for Your Application

Public locations, multi‐dwelling communities and private residences with electric vehicles will require different charger activation controls to meet their needs. EVSE adapts to customer's existing RFID, Proximity and Secure Access system badges and readers. This eliminates complexity by using what customers and employees are familiar with. EVSE's extensive line of charging products is designed to support modular control unit options, allowing any controller to be installed on any charger. This design supports easy repair and allows controls to be changed at a later date if needed. All EVSE Control Modules feature State‐of‐Charge (SOC) lighted indicators, showing that the charger is on, that the J1772 is properly connected and that the vehicle is charging. An additional light displays if there is a problem.


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Last Update: 2017-01-11