CAD$700 for the Gen 3 HPWC, CAD$1299 for the CPHF, plus the cost of a 14-50 outlet (around $100 for decent ones here) and the additional neutral wire.The price of the CPHF is $699 in the US and the HPWC is $499. So it's only about $200 more. From what I'm aware the Gen 3 HPWC is what I would call a 'dumb' smart charger. Smart means it's connected to WiFi and does advanced monitoring/control/scheduling. 'Dumb' means none of that is available directly from the app or web portal. Its almost as if Tesla purposely hides a bunch of information from the customer, especially after locating this particular thread on how to find hidden stats: Gen3 Wall Connector API?
I honestly can't answer if the HPWC does scheduling when it charges non-Tesla vehicles. I can answer with 100% the CPHF does all that and more. You can also track charging stats through the website & app. I looked into the Grizzi and Clipper Creek chargers as they are highly rated. But they do not qualify for the $300 rebate from my Power company. Only the CPHF, HPWC or the JuiceBox. It also helped most review sites think the CPHF was the best home charger due to the extra features & flexibility.
In this review of the best home wall charger for your electric vehicle, Consumer Reports reviews Blink Home Electric, Chargepoint HomeFlex, ClipperCreek HCS-40, Evo Charge, JuiceBox 40, Siemens US2, and Tesla Mobile Charger Gen 2.www.consumerreports.org