JuiceBox Pro 40A Wi-Fi EVSE w/24ft Cable & NEMA 14-50 plug

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Noah Abelman, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. Noah Abelman

    Noah Abelman New Member

    Hi all, I'm selling my Level 2 EVSE. I purchased this in late 2015 and it worked flawlessly until September of 2016, whereupon I moved to a new house without the ability to add a 220v circuit easily. I was holding on to it in case I stayed with a pure EV (i3) but opted for a PEV 530e that charges fine on 110v.

    The 24ft cable was an upgrade, and the wi-fi connectivity makes it a breeze to set up usage timers and schedules. It's in excellent condition and comes with instructions, hanging bracket and J1772 connector dock/wall mount.

    This has all the same functionality as the newer JuiceBox for a great price!

    Here's a look at it in action -
    And a review that sold me on the JuiceBox Pro - http://bmwi3.blogspot.com/2015/06/featured-ev-product-juicebox-pro-40-evse.html

    Asking $350 + Shipping from Los Angeles.


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  2. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Active Member

    I have two and they work well. The primary function, charging, has been flawless and the data invaluable. They work with a server farm that stores the data. I understand in California it can be paired with the utility company to save money but I don't understand the details.

    It is easy to manage with a web browser and the app works very well:

    Here is a detailed graph of a charging session:

    My only problem has been intermittent loss of communication causing them to go offline and back. Typically a minute duration, these brief outages have not impacted my data studies. I've not had luck fault-isolating the root cause(s) but the impacts are minor.

    Bob Wilson
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2018 at 3:22 AM
  3. Noah Abelman

    Noah Abelman New Member

    Thanks for the info, Bob! I had occasional connection issues as well, but it was due to a poor wi-fi signal in my garage. As soon as I opened the steel door to the house, it worked fine 100% of the time. I eventually added a signal repeater that solved the problem permanently.
    bwilson4web likes this.

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