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I have a fully electric vehicle, what ill I need?
A fully electric vehicle will typically use up to 16A three-phase (11kW) or up to 32A single-phase (7.4kW). A three-phase 32A (22kW) charging station covers all cases.
I have a plug-in hybrid, what will I need?
A plug-in hybrid normally charges at 16A or 32A amps from a single phase. Even if you have a 3-phase charger, your vehicle will only draw power from a single phase.
My vehicle supports 3-phase charging but my power supply is single phase. Will I have a problem?
You can install either a 3-phase charger (in case you upgrade your power supply or move) or a sigle phase one. In any case your charging speed will be limited single phase charging.
How many charging stations does a company with a fleet of electric cars need?
The ideal ration is one Level 2 charging station per vehicle.
Which charging station should I choose, with a socket or with an integrated cable?
Unless you are the sole user of the charging station and the charger is in a private, indoor location, we recommend a charger without an integrated cable for professional and commercial use.
Can I install a residential charging station at work?
Professional charging stations offer functions such as load balancing for optimal current distribution, the ability to connect to a CPO platform, and more. Even if a residential model meets the your current needs, you may need to replace it when you install more chargers in the future.
I want to offer fast (DC) charging to my customers, anything I need consider?
The DC charging stations are several times more expensive than a Level 2 charger, they require a larger and more expensive electrical infrastructure. Consequently the charging cost for the user should higher. DC charging is the recommended solution for motorways and gas stations.


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Electric vehicles


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