We provide mobile EV charging stations equipped with
automatic robots for parking facilities. Executing every
operation smoothly and wasting noneof your time.
Anyone who parks at your facilities with an electric vehicle can relax when charging their vehicle, enabling them to focus on what they do best. It’s just one less thing to worry about.
Electric vehicles offer three great options for charging, all of them as simple as plugging in your smartphone. Our mobile app, can help you plan the most efficient routes, find available charging stations, and pay for charging while you’re busy.
Level 1 Charger
Our basic chargers are rated at 7-22 kW and usually take between 3-7 hours to charge a car depending on the battery size.
The output is designed for a level 1 charger with a voltage of 120V to 220V power. These EV chargers are basic ones and do not require any additional installations.
Level 2 Charger
The fast chargers are typically rated from 43 kW. The time to charge a car varies from 30-60 minutes
But it is only compatible with electric vehicles that have the rapid charging capability. These electric chargers have a power connection of 220V.
Level 3 Charger
This is the quickest (43 kW+) EV charger, which is capable to charge a car to 80% in 20-40 minutes It depends on how large your battery size is and what kind of battery model your electric car is equipped with.
And it also may require some additional installations for your electric vehicle model, before you charge it.
Zap is currently available to the three most common charging sockets
This rapid EV charging system was developed in Japan with a capacity of up to 50 kW at the appropriate public electric charging stations. The following manufacturers that have produced electric cars are completely compatible with the CHAdeMO plug: BD Otomotive, Citroën, Honda, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Subaru, Tesla (with adaptor) and Toyota.
Tesla supercharger technology uses a modified version of the Type 2 Mennekes plug. Allowing Model S to charge an electric vehicle to 80% within 30 minutes. Tesla offers charging to its customers for free. However, other electric cars can’t be charged with Tesla superchargers.
The type 1 plug is a single-phase plug that charges a car with power levels of up to 7.4 kW (230 V, 32 A). This standard is mainly used in car models from the Asian region and it is rare in Europe, which is why there are very few public types of level 1 charging stations.
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