Webasto launches the Webasto Go Charger in the US and Canada

Webasto launches the Webasto Go Charger in the US and Canada

Webasto Charging Systems recently launched the Webasto Go, a Level 2 mobile EV Charger, for electric vehicle owners at the Fully Charged LIVE North America 2022 Show in San Diego, California, which took place Sept. 10-11, 2022.

The mobile charger, developed, tested, and produced by Webasto, is a globally certified product and is now available in the US and Canada for EV-owners to purchase at major retail stores or directly on the Webasto EV Solutions website. Further roll outs are planned for the rest of the world.

The Webasto Go charger is a global application that comes with region-specific certifications such as UL, cUL, CE and more. The dual-voltage (120V and 240V) portable electric vehicle charger is designed to charge all types of EVs, whether at home or on-the-go. Delivering up to 32A, the Webasto Go can add more than 20 miles of driving range per charging hour. The charger is designed to endure outdoor conditions while keeping users safe from electrical hazards. Webasto Go meets high safety standards with grid plug temperature monitoring and Webasto-patented features like plug-specific electrical current limitations, automatic adapter detection and built-in temperature sensing. Webasto Go has a IP67 rating, which means it can be submerged in up to three feet of water.

In the U.S., each Webasto Go set includes a NEMA 14-50 grid plug for Level 2 charging and a 120V grid plug for Level 1 charging; it also features a durable 20-foot cable, which makes charging at home or on the road. The European version will provide the same high quality and safety features and will be delivered with region-specific grid plugs.

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