Anywhere in New Zealand

We offer a no-obligation check of your residential or commercial site to see what types of EV charger it can support. This check costs $155+gst; however it will be deducted from your final invoice if you proceed with installation of a charger sourced from Chargemaster. This service extends to public electric car charging stations (different fees apply).

Following the site check, we can recommend, supply and arrange installation of the most appropriate electric car fast charging unit for your site and budget.

All installations of car charging systems are backed up with a 24/7 repair and maintenance service provided by our nationwide electrical partners Laser Electrical.
The charger installed at your site comes with a manufacturer’s warranty.

Compliance guaranteed

The Laser Electrical technicians we use follow EV installation guidelines precisely to ensure full compliance with New Zealand regulations.

Every charging station we sell comes with a copy of the SDoc (Supplier Declaration of Conformity), which provides assurance that the EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment) is suitable for use within New Zealand.


If you’re looking at residential electric car charging stations, Chargemaster can help. A pre-sales
site check will consider existing electrical usage, connection capacity and future charging needs.

Read more
Commercial EV CHARGERS

Chargemaster can recommend and supply appropriate commercial EV chargers for installation at
your business premises, apartment complex or community facility.

Read more
Public ev chargers

As more NZ drivers choose to switch to EVs, public charging stations are increasingly important
Chargemaster can help with pre-installation site checks, product choice, installation and software

Read more

For safety and maximum uptime, we recommend that chargers and cables purchased from
Chargemaster are inspected annually, and maintained or repaired as required.

Read more

About EV Charging Modes:

The international standard for EV conductive charging systems (EN 61851-1) has defined modes of EV charging. Below is a guide to these modes:

Mode 1: Domestic socket and extension cord (230V)
  • AC Charging
  • Regular household outlet
  • Unsafe – Not recommended to use
Mode 2: Domestic socket and cable with protection device (230V)
  • AC Charging
  • In-cable control and protection (IC-CPD)
  • Limited to 3.7kW (16A) in residential use or 7.4kW (32A) for industrial
Mode 3: Specific socket on a dedicated circuit
  • AC Charging
  • Control, communications and protection functions incorporated in the charge point (EVSE)
  • Wide range of charging: 3.7kW to 43kW
Mode 4: Direct current (DC) connection for fast recharging
  • DC Charging
  • Option for either CHAdeMO or CCS
  • For public and commercial charging applications
  • Wide range of charging capabilities – over 150kW


When you want to install a private or public charging station, we strongly recommend a pre- installation check to establish existing electricity usage, electricity connection capacity and future EV charging needs. Our installation partner Laser Electrical conducts these checks on our behalf and the cost ($155 including GST) is deducted from your invoice, should you choose to go ahead.

Before your pre-installation check, it’s good to think about:

• How many chargers do you want to install?

• How many EVs will be charging at your premises at any given time?

• What type and size of the chargers do you hope to install? See our product range.

If the check reveals insufficient electrical capacity, Laser Electrical can provide a quote to upgrade your electrical system. Or they may recommend the use of Smart Chargers.

Our EV charger installations comply with New Zealand WorkSafe’s guidelines, which are:

• Under no circumstance may an individual install a charging station unless they are licensed and competent to do so.

• Depending on the existing infrastructure, the installation may also require electrical works by a certified electrician or electrical engineer. A competent electrician or electrical engineer will be able to advise you on what is required.

• EVSE products are required by law to comply with New Zealand’s Electrical Safety Regulations and Standards (IEC 61851-1 for AC and DC + IEC 61851-23 for DC).

If you would like to speak further about installation processes, then contact us at Chargemaster on 0800 EV CHARGE or email us at

Contact us