What is load balancing？
Load balancing is a load management mechanism designed for charging management to realize safe and efficient operation via the adjustment of output charging power based on the available and usually limited energy infrastructure.
Why go load balance？
① The rapid increase of EVs has caused a huge impact on the grid, requiring smarter load management.
② Limited power supply of existing buildings or charge stations makes it necessary to distribute and consume power reasonably and efficiently.
③ High power consumption (>50% household total) of EVs causes high demand for smart charging via load balance.
④ With the fading range anxiety, EV customers expect a better experience defined by smarter charging facilities and a more flexible grid.
What types of EV chargers are capable of supporting load management?
There are many smart EV chargers on the market that have load-balancing capabilities. These include AC Chargers like the Alvis Series Home Wallbox, Caro Series Home Wallbox, Silk Series Home Wallbox, Vita Series Business Wallbox, and Cubo Series AC Charger. There are also DC Chargers like the Corebox Series, Turbo Series, and Rocket Series that offer load-balancing features.
How does dynamic load management work？
In conclusion, opting for load-sharing EV chargers can prove to be a wise investment in terms of saving time, money, and effort in the long run. Whether you plan to add multiple charging stations to your property immediately or in the near future, load-balancing capabilities can help you make the most of your resources.
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