Level 1, Level 2, and DCFC chargers are different types of electric vehicle (EV) chargers. Level 1 chargers use a standard 120-volt household outlet and can deliver up to 2-3 miles of range per hour of charging. Level 2 chargers use a 240-volt circuit and can deliver up to 20-25 miles of range per hour of charging. DCFC (Direct Current Fast Charger) chargers are much more powerful and use a special high-voltage DC connection to provide a much faster charging rate. DCFC chargers can deliver up to 80% of a battery’s charge in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the EVs battery capacity and the charger’s power output. The main difference between the three types of chargers is their charging speed, cost, and the voltage used to deliver the charge. Our Resources page has some great information if you are looking to learn more.