Products & Services
Our principal line of products and services is our Blink EV charging network (“Blink Network”), EV charging equipment, also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), and EV charging services. Our Blink Network is proprietary cloud-based software that operates, maintains, and tracks all of the EV charging stations connected to the network and the associated charging data. Blink Network provides businesses, property owners, property managers, and businesses with cloud-based services that enable the remote monitoring and management of EV charging stations, payment processing, and provides EV drivers with vital EV charger information including station location, directions, availability, and applicable fees.
The Blink HQ100 is the ideal electric vehicle (EV) charging solution for the home. With Blink HQ you get complete range confidence in a sleek, compact unit that charges four times faster than the level 1 cord that came with your EV. The convenient delayed start buttons optimize utility charge rates and the 18ft cables gives you the flexibility to place it anywhere in your garage. The HQ100 is compatible with all electric vehicles. If you purchase a Blink HQ100 on Amazon now you will also receive a $300 blink network credit allowing you to charge
on-the-go at any Blink network locations.
Level 2 EV Charging
Typically 240V, single phase AC input, is the most common type of charging your electric car available in the United States. Level 2 EV charging is used for charging electric vehicles at home (single-family homes, condominiums, apartment buildings, etc.) or public locations (shopping centers, hotels, airports, parking garages, etc). Depending on the electric vehicle's charge rate and the state of its battery, the new Blink Level 2 EV charger can deliver up to 60 miles per hour of charging. Currently, all electric cars sold in the United States can charge using our Level 2 EV charging stations.
DC Fast Charging (DCFC)
Typically 480V, 3-Phase AC input, is used for charging electric vehicles in commercial locations, as it requires more electrical infrastructure. Therefore, DCFC stations are currently not as widespread as Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations. While DCFC stations can charge an EV more rapidly than Level 2 charging stations (for example, a Nissan LEAF can charge on a DCFC station from 0% to 85% in about 30 minutes), they are not typically compatible with all electric cars. DC Fast Charging connectors vary by station. DC Fast Chargers currently on Blink Network offer the CHAdeMO connector, but there are plans to incorporate other standards, such as the SAE combo and Tesla’s proprietary connector, in the future.
Level 2 EV Charging (Europe)
The Blink 400V, triple phase, AC units are most common type of charging stations for European car models. Our Level 2 European Charger is the fastest AC charging stations common for shared spaces where multiple electric vehicles can charge. Residential (housing communities, schools, and recreational centers) and Commercial (shopping centers, healthcare facilities and workplaces) spaces can all benefit from these dual-port stations. The IQ 200s have a future-proof, ergonomic and energy-saving focused design that makes it easy to operate and manage through the Blink Network.
Blink Network Brings EV Charging Information to your fingertips.
Blink Network for EV Drivers
Locate EV Charging Stations & View Station Information, Including Station Availability
Become a Blink Member, Set Notifications,
and Review EV Charging Session Details
Multiple Methods for Activating EV Chargers
and Charging Sessions
Blink Network for Hosts
Create Users, Set Permissions, and Access
Standard and Custom Reports
Manage Your EV Charging Station Information
Remote Software Updates and Troubleshooting