Provides the flexibility and freedom to take it anywhere. Just plug it directly into and outlet and charge at home, work, or play.
UL-listed and tested to meet the strictest safety standards, including those of our automaker partners. Your computer, refrigerator, television and other household electronics are UL-listed – shouldn’t your charger be too? Plus, TurboCord can be used indoors or outdoors thanks to its industry-leading NEMA 6P rating.
Quickly charge your EV up to 3x faster than with the standard cord set that came with your car. Dual voltage means you receive two chargers in one (120V & 240V). TurboCord works with all plug-in hybrid and EV models on the market today. It is rugged and durable so you can reliably charge anywhere, even outdoors.
Installation costs are much lower than units that need to be hardwired directly into your home’s electrical system and mounted permanently on a wall. Plug TurboCord Dual into a NEMA 6-20 outlet (installation required) for Level 2 charging or use the 120V adaptor in any standard outlet for Level 1 charging.
Webasto has become the intelligent choice for automakers and drivers, paving the way for a cleaner, more sustainable future. With the trust of BMW, Chevrolet, Fiat, Ford, Hyundai, Kia, Lincoln, MINI, Mitsubishi, MOPAR, and Volvo, we are a brand you can have confidence in.
As a true pioneer in the field of EV technology, our engineers have had a presence in the EV market since before its beginning. Our technology played a key role in the development of the world's first modern all-electric car.
Webasto provides 24-hour call center support along with a 3-year warranty on parts and labor and a nationwide network of certified installation partners. What does this mean for you? We’re here for all of your installation, service, and support needs.
Installing your new charger doesn't have to be hard or time-consuming. Our nationwide network of installation partners are licensed, fully-trained and committed to your satisfaction. We will take care of any necessary permits and facilitate the final inspection.
TurboCord plugs directly into your 240 volt outlet. You connect the charger to your electric vehicle when you park it, and disconnect it when you’re ready to drive.
A solid blue light on the module indicates there is power coming to the unit. A pulsing blue light indicates that the unit is communicating with the car and charging the car. Check your car charging indicator as well.
Yes. You can stop charging your electric vehicle before the battery is fully recharged by simply removing the coupler from your electric vehicle or by unplugging the TurboCord module from the receptacle.
TurboCord knows when it’s done charging, and will stop charging automatically. You will still need to disconnect the connector from your electric vehicle before you drive away.
Yes. We recommend that you install the cable hanger that is included, so that the cable is convenient and does not lay on the floor.
No. The TurboCord requires a NEMA 6-20 receptacle. In comparison, our EVSE-RS plug-in home charging station requires a NEMA 6-50 receptacle.
No the basic unit is either 240V or 120V/240V. The 240V unit will not work with 120V power, even if you have an adapter.
We complied with UL for safety regulations to supply an appropriately designed 240 volt adapter with the 120 volt module.
TurboCord is designed with safety and reliability in mind, and is listed by the Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL), the same people who certify other electric appliances in your home.
Yes, it is designed to be operated safely regardless of weather conditions, however, The National Electrical Code requires while-in-use covers when attaching cord-connected equipment in an outdoor environment where the outlet in use could be subject to water intrusion.
Nothing. The unit is housed in a NEMA 6P rated enclosure, so it is waterproof up to 3 feet underwater.
The TurboCord was designed to be small, light, and safe. The NEMA 6-20P Plug configuration was chosen because of its small size which allows the body of the TurboCord to be much smaller than if a 30 Amp plug been used. The 20 Amp rating of the plug matches the electrical code requirements for the 16 Amp rating of the TurboCord. Consult a qualified electrician for your installation. The installation of the outlet requires a NEMA 6-20R receptacle, an outlet cover for outdoor use, and a 20 Amp 2-Pole Circuit Breaker.