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DC Chargers for Different EV Charging Needs

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Mobox series

Mobox Series DC Charger features an integrated design characterised by compact size and lightweight construction. It allows for quick power connection, easy mobility and convenient vehicle transport.
30kW / 40kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets / Dealership
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Rocket series

Rocket Series DC Charger uses a constant power module to reduce charging time with high current output. It smartly allocates power to meet different charging needs for safe and fast charging.
180kW / 240kW / 300kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets/ Dealership
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corebox series ev charger

Corebox series

High-speed, smart grid integration, load balancing, remote monitoring, sleek design, user-friendly, advanced safety, EV compatible.
Workplaces / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets
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turbo series ev charger

Turbo series

Lightning-fast 60-120kW, high-powered, smart grid integration, remote control, durable design, safe, compatible with various EVs.
60kW / 120kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets
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Power Module

96.2% efficiency, compatibility with all EV models,TÜV CE certified

Our Product Benefits

Our fast DC charging stations deliver up to 300kW, offering exceptional charging speeds for electric vehicles. Choose from our flexible options of 30, 40, 60, 120, 180, 240 and 300kW to meet your unique business needs.

Our EVSE supports various authentication methods, including RFID, Credit Card, QR Code and mobile app payments, to offer your customers payment flexibility and convenience.

Our system supports multi-tiered energy pricing (time-of-use tariffs) and multi-tiered parking pricing, allowing you to tailor the pricing strategy to your specific needs.

EV Charging FAQs

A DC charger, or Direct Current charger, supplies electric vehicles (EVs) with DC power for charging. It takes electricity from the grid, converts it to the required voltage and current, and sends it directly to the vehicle’s battery. This direct supply enables faster charging compared to AC chargers. DC chargers can deliver high power, typically ranging from 50 kW to over 350 kW, significantly reducing charging time. They often operate at higher voltages, like 400V or 800V, for more efficient conversion.

These chargers are commonly found at public stations, highways, and areas needing quick charging, making them ideal for long journeys where minimizing charging time is crucial.

Level 3 DC chargers, also known as DC fast chargers or superchargers, offer rapid charging for electric vehicles (EVs), significantly faster than Level 2 AC chargers. Their speed varies, typically ranging from 50 kW to over 400 kW, depending on the charger’s specs and EV compatibility. EN Plus boasts a wide range of charging capacities, from 30 kW to an impressive 480 kW. For example:
  1. Many highway and station-based DC fast chargers provide speeds from around 30 kW to 100 kW, capable of significantly replenishing an EV’s battery in 30 minutes to an hour, ideal for quick top-ups during long trips.
  2. Tesla’s Supercharger network includes Level 3 chargers with speeds of up to 250 kW, allowing Tesla vehicles to charge swiftly.
  3. High-power DC chargers, sometimes called ultra-fast chargers, can exceed 480 kW. Leading companies like EN Plus offer charging rates of 480 kW or more, providing a range of around 200 miles or more in just 10-15 minutes, depending on the EV’s capacity and current battery status.
DC chargers can be used to charge a wide range of electric vehicles (EVs). They are compatible with various types of electric vehicles, including:
  1. Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs): These EVs run solely on electric power and have no internal combustion engine. Examples include the Tesla Model 3 and Nissan Leaf.
  2. Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs): PHEVs have both electric and gasoline engines. They can operate in electric-only mode for a certain distance before switching to gasoline. Examples include the Toyota Prius Prime and Ford Escape PHEV.
  3. Extended-Range Electric Vehicles (EREVs): EREVs have an electric motor that drives the wheels, but they also have a gasoline generator to extend their range when the battery is depleted. The Chevrolet Volt is an example of an EREV.
  4. Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs): While not typically charged externally, some HEVs have a plug for limited electric-only driving. Most HEVs use regenerative braking to charge their batteries and do not require external charging. Examples include the Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.
DC chargers are versatile and can accommodate these different types of electric vehicles, making them a convenient option for charging a wide range of EVs.

The cost of installing an EV DC charger can vary significantly based on several factors, including the charger’s capacity, location, electrical infrastructure, and any necessary site preparations. Generally, installing an EV DC charger can range from several thousand to tens of thousands of dollars.For example, a basic Level 3 DC charger with a lower power output may have a lower installation cost, mainly if it’s located in a place with readily available electrical connections. On the other hand, high-power DC chargers or those installed in remote locations may require more extensive electrical work and infrastructure upgrades, leading to higher installation expenses.

Factors such as permitting fees, labor costs, and any required construction work can also influence the overall installation cost. Furthermore, some areas may offer incentives or rebates to offset installation expenses, which can help reduce the financial burden on the charger owner.

Overall, the cost of installing an EV DC charger is a complex and variable consideration, and it’s advisable to consult with a professional installer or local authorities to get a more accurate estimate based on your specific requirements and location.

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