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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
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Fast EV Charging Applications

Benefits of Our Fast Charging Solution


High-Speed Charging

Fast DC EV Charging enables quick EV recharges in minutes, far outpacing hours-long Level 2 charging.



Convenient, located on major highways and busy areas for quick on-the-go recharges.



Fast DC EV Charging is compatible with a wide range of EV models, making it accessible to a large number of drivers.

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Data Analytics

Data analytics for usage, revenue tracking, and optimization to maximize ROI.


Smart Connectivity

Smart remote monitoring and management via app/web, track usage, revenue, and alerts.

Case Study

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FAQs for Fast EV Charging Solution

A DC fast charging station, or Direct Current charger, provides direct current (DC) power to charge electric vehicles (EVs). Here is a simple description of how DC chargers work, along with their characteristics:
DC chargers are designed to charge electric vehicles by directly supplying them with DC power. They take electricity from the grid, typically at high voltage, convert it into the appropriate voltage and current levels needed by the EV, and then transmit it directly to the vehicle’s battery. This direct supply of DC power allows for faster and more efficient charging compared to AC chargers.
One significant advantage of DC chargers is their high charging speed. They can provide a substantial amount of power, often ranging from 50 kW to over 350 kW, which enables rapid charging and significantly reduces the time required to charge an EV.
The input voltage for DC chargers can vary, but they often operate at higher voltages, such as 400V or even 800V, compared to the standard household AC voltage of 100-240V. This higher input voltage allows for more efficient conversion and faster charging.
The output power of a DC charger depends on the charger’s capacity and the EV’s capabilities. As mentioned earlier, it can range from 50 kW for slower chargers to over 350 kW for high-speed chargers, making them suitable for both daily and long-distance travel.
DC chargers are commonly found at public charging stations, highways, and locations where quick charging is essential, such as EV fast-charging networks and service areas. They are particularly beneficial for long journeys where drivers need to minimize charging time and continue their trips efficiently.
By understanding how DC fast charging stations work and their benefits, you can better appreciate their role in the growing EV infrastructure.
DC fast charging stations, deliver rapid charging for electric vehicles (EVs), offering significantly faster charging compared to Level 2 AC chargers. The speed of Level 3 DC chargers can vary, typically ranging from 50 kilowatts (kW) to well over 400 kW, depending on the charger’s specifications and EV compatibility. Notably, EN Plus has already achieved a remarkable range of charging capacities spanning from 30 kW to an impressive 480 kW.
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.

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