OpenEVSE started in February 2011 with a simple experiment to try to generate the SAE J1772 pilot signal on an Arduino Development Board. One experiment lead to another to another until a prototype J1772 compatible controller was born. With lots of feedback and interest from the great folks on the "My Nissan LEAF" Forum a few boards were offered to other hardware hackers. What started as a few boards (6 built in the first batch) turned into more and more... Today, OpenEVSE powers charging stations from many manufactures all over the world.
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OpenEVSE discussion boards allow communication, collaboration and sharing with the community.
Build guides provide video, visual and step-by-step instruction to build OpenEVSE kits.
This is a fantastic EVSE and for the price you're not going to find anything close. I have put together other EVSE's in the past such as the JuiceBox and the OpenEVSE is by far, leaps and bounds, easier. The documentation is also kept really up to date and has lots of schematics and high res photos.Erik L.
"Perfetto arrivato in Italia in 10 giorni dall'acquisto, ottima funzionalità altamente consigliata. Semplice da assemblare seguendo scrupolosamente le istruzioni"Elisa S.
I had has a Bosch charger for a few years, the OpenEVSE Kit 50A Deluxe is so much more and at half the price. I love the amp setting and KWH used information. The customer service is top notch and personal, thank youAnonymous
Excellent products and service. Beyond expectationsRagnar V.