Our range includes DC chargers with outputs varying from 50 to 150 kW. DC chargers differ from AC chargers in that they supply direct current directly to the car battery, without having to utilise the car's onboard charger. This results in higher output charging.
The charging time for a normal BEV (approx. 30 kWh battery size) at a 50-kW output is around 30 minutes. DC chargers are normally connected to a back office for monitoring and payment services.
The DC chargers in our range are designed to give your EV a maximum charge with a minimum time spent.
Our DC chargers are equipped with fixed connection cables for CCS (European standard) and CHAdeMO (Japanese standard). As an option, the charger can also be fitted with an AC connector or a socket outlet charging either at 22 kW or at 43kW.
A DC charging network is a vital part in the development of an EV infrastructure. As they are usually very strategically placed along main roads connecting cities and regions, the uptime for a DC charger is the most critical feature. EV drivers need reliability. In order to achieve this, the chargers must be connected to a back-end solution for easy monitoring and quick intervention. Our quick charger can be connected to the any back office of your choice.
Topmost of fast chargers, compatible with all brands of electric vehicles, the QC45 charges your EV in less than 30min.
Multistandard Mode 4/ Mode 3
CHAdeMO, CCS and AC Type-2 compliant
DC and AC simultaneous charging
DC up to 50kW
AC up to 43kW
Fast-charge any compatible vehicle
0 to 80% in less than 30 minutes
TFT color display (for user interface and publicity)
Intergratable with any back office through OCPP or proprietary protocol
Built-in communications (3G; LAN; Wi-Fi)