ClipperCreek HCS-40 now uses eMotorWerks’ Wi-Fi and Connected Functionality

News | October 9th, 2015 by 6
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California-based charging stations manufacturer ClipperCreek launches the HCS-40 JuiceNet Edition, a direct competitor to the ChargePoint Home charging station. ClipperCreek pairs with eMotorWerks to fit …

California-based charging stations manufacturer ClipperCreek launches the HCS-40 JuiceNet Edition, a direct competitor to the ChargePoint Home charging station.

ClipperCreek pairs with eMotorWerks to fit the HCS-40 and HCS-40P with the JuiceNet controls which allows anytime-anyplace control via a mobile app, fast charging, and reductions in both greenhouse gas emissions and electricity costs based on user-defined charging preferences. Wi-Fi functionality is also added.

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The HCS-40 JuiceNet is priced at $649 for both the plug-in hardwired versions, $100 less than a comparable ChargePoint Home system. The standard ClipperCreek HCS-40 is priced from $565 with a 25-foot cord as standard.

The HCS-40 JuiceNet Edition is available immediately for pre-order from eMotorWerks’ website www.emotorwerks.com and will start shipping end of October 2015.

6 responses to “ClipperCreek HCS-40 now uses eMotorWerks’ Wi-Fi and Connected Functionality”

  1. CDspeed says:

    I don’t know if Wi-Fi in your electric car charger is really necessary, the BMW i remote app already has the ability to manage your charge. Do we really need two ways of monitoring your charge? Although I must admit the BMW i remote app, is full of bugs and only works well maybe 50% of the time.

    • Horatiu B. says:

      Not a fan of BMW i remote

      • CDspeed says:

        Right now my i remote app is telling me I need service, but checking it on the iDrive system in the car, the car does not agree. And I’m sure you’ve had it refuse to update to the current time so your car’s status remains a mystery. I can’t believe that they built the first mass produced carbon fiber car, made it electric, and the simple app is garbage.

        • Horatiu B. says:

          I don’t even use it anymore. It doesn’t really help me with anything.

          • CDspeed says:

            It’s fun to check my efficiency, but yeah it’s basically a toy, and unfortunately it’s a broken toy. It seems like a lot of smart phone tech is repetitive information, and not really innovative.

  2. My car’s Telematics would make this redundant. But so happy to see someone give Chargepoint a challenge. :)

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