- How many vehicles need to be charged at once?
- Are stations being installed on the wall or ground? Charging spots should be located in a place where cars can be easily parked
- Has the electricity system of the premises been surveyed? How many stations can be installed and is there a need for cabling?
- Is there a need for fast charging?
The EV charging hardware market is booming and there’s a variety of devices to choose from. To help you make a decision, we’ve singled out four leading devices from our portfolio.
All our devices are intelligent and preconfigured, meaning that after installation they automatically start communicating with our management system. These charging devices have the EU standard Type 2 plugs, fast chargers include both CHAdeMO and CCS Combo plugs. These are the most commonly used sockets for electric car charging and are suitable for all common electric vehicles.
Regular 22 kW charging stations fill an average car battery in approximately two to six hours, depending on the vehicle.