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When it’s time to recharge, simply plug in – at home, at work, or at any public charging station. The time it takes depends on the size of the battery and the speed and level of charging point you’re using.
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For drivers with short commutes. You can charge anywhere there is a common household 3-prong household outlet.
The best setup for faster EV charging at home. You’ll find Level 2 chargers at public EV charging stations nationwide1. Level 2 Home Chargers like ChargePoint can be installed at home by a licensed electrician.
1 Public charging experience can vary based on charger level and other vehicle and environmental conditions.
Under ideal conditions, it can be the quickest way to charge up on the go5. Currently only available at select public charging stations5.
5 Level 3 - DC (Fast) Charging: Charging times will vary based on outside temperature and other factors. As temperatures decrease below 10 degrees Celsius, charging time will increase significantly. Drive battery level and condition, charger specifications and DC Charging more than twice per day also can negatively affect charging time. DC Charging may not work on AWD RZ when the temperature is below 0 degrees Celsius.
For the convenience of charging at home, a licensed electrician can install Level 2 Home Chargers. They use a 240-volt outlet just like a stove, or HVAC equipment.
Your certified installer will take you through the things to consider before you install one. For example, the best location, the type of connector, the length of cord, permanent or portable installation, the right plug head and amperage, as well as installation costs. And be sure to check if there are any government rebates in your area for the installation4 of a home charger.
Canada has more than 5,000 public charging stations. Most are Level 2 however, there is a growing network of Level 3 fast chargers. The Transport Canada website makes it easy to locate a charger near you.
Charging at home is simple and convenient. So set a charging schedule that suits your routine and takes advantage of off-peak electricity costs.
Charge time depends on many things, firstly, the amount in your vehicle when you plug it in. Another key factor that affects charging is weather. As the temperature approaches freezing and below, we strongly recommend AC charging. DC Fast Charging times will increase as the temperature drops. For example, at -10 degrees Celsius, DC Fast Charging times can increase by approximately five times. As temperatures drop even further, DC Fast Charging may be considerably longer or not possible. In order to ensure effective charging and preserve battery health over the life of the vehicle DC Fast Charging should be limited to two sessions per day year-round.
Lexus BEVs and PHEVs come standard with a level 1 charging cable that can be plugged into any 120V household outlet. Level 2 charging at home requires the purchase of a charger and the associated installation1 costs. Please contact a certified installer about requirements, including the right plug head, and costs. Federal and Provincial charger rebates may be applicable.1 To reduce risk of fire, injury, or property damage, only (i) purchase/install a safety certified EV charger with voltage/current that are vehicle compatible (ii) use a licensed insured electrical professional to install charger (iii) install and operate in accordance with charger manufacturer's instructions/warnings and applicable laws.Learn About Federal Rebates for Home ChargersLearn About the ChargePoint Level 2 Home Charger
The Transport Canada website makes it easy to locate a charger near you. Find The Charger Closest To You
To get the most out of your driving range and to avoid range anxiety, make charging a regular habit by setting a charging schedule using the vehicle’s Charge Management System.