How can I charge my F-150 Lightning at home?
When it comes to charging your F-150® Lightning™ truck, it really can be as simple as plugging in at night and waking up to a charged battery in the morning with these at-home charging options.
Ford Charge Station Pro
The 80-amp Bluetooth® and WiFi-enabled Ford Charge Station Pro is the fastest way to charge your F-150 Lightning if you have an extended-range battery. You can also safely reroute power from your truck back into your home with Ford Intelligent Backup Power when equipped with the available Home Integration System* from Sunrun. It enables your F-150 Lightning to automatically begin powering your home when there is an outage, and can continue to provide power for up to 10 days.**
The Ford Charge Station Pro is a hardwired system which comes with the extended-range F-150 Lightning, but can also be purchased for use with the standard-range truck starting spring 2022.
Ford Mobile Power Cord
The Ford Mobile Power Cord (with 240V connector) comes with all F-150 Lightning models, making it convenient to charge at home. A NEMA 14-50 240 volt outlet can be installed by a licensed electrician, and will give you a much faster charge than a standard 120V wall outlet. Give your professional electrician this home installation spec sheet when they arrive.
You can also take your Mobile Power Cord with you to charge using a standard 120V wall outlet, but charging this way can take much longer than other charging methods.
Start Charging At Home
Installing the Ford Charge Station Pro and any other electrical work should only be done by a licensed electrician. Sunrun is our preferred installer, and you can schedule installation by visiting Sunrun. Provide this home installation spec sheet to your licensed electrician and enjoy safe, reliable and fast charging at home.
Once the charge station is installed and FordPass® Connect† is activated, you can use the FordPass App to check your charging status, enable smart charging, lock and unlock your charge station and more.
*When home is properly equipped.
**When home is properly equipped and home transfer switch disconnects home from the grid. Based on 30 kWh use per day using the F-150 Lightning with the extended-range battery. Your results may vary depending on energy usage. Rationing power assumes limiting the number of devices and turning the truck off when not needed.
†FordPass Connect (optional on select vehicles), the FordPass App and complimentary Connected Service are required for remote features (see FordPass Terms for details). Connected service and features depend on compatible AT&T network availability. Evolving technology/cellular networks/vehicle capability may limit functionality and prevent operation of connected features. Connected service excludes Wi-Fi hotspot.