EV charging firm Compleo Charging Solutions UK introduced its High Power Charger (HPC) eTower 200 with 200kW output into the marketplace.
Developed in Germany, the eTower boasts modular power distribution, a lighting concept, and a single point of service approach to streamlining installation, operation, and ease of use, and enabling two vehicles to charge simultaneously at high-speed.
The eTower 200’s modular technology enables rapid charging, dynamically distributing power based on seven independent power modules. Each module delivers up to 920 volts and 72 amps, ensuring EVs charge quickly. Standby power consumption is minimized by shutting down power modules in standby mode, the firm said.
The product can be placed directly onto the front of walls and offers a range of location opportunities, including areas of low ceiling height such as multi-storey car parks.
The product adapts seamlessly to the energy requirements of each EV, ensuring an optimal and efficient charging experience. Using compact 29 kW modules, the charging station automatically allocates available power, enabling both vehicles to consistently maximise their full power potential.
This results in a potential increase in energy sales of up to 35 MWh per year for operators, translating into several thousand Euros in additional revenue, it claims.
Valentin Scheltow, Compleo Vice President for Sales, said: “With the eTower, we aim to revolutionize fast charging for electric vehicles, demonstrating the superiority of emobility.”
Christian Müller-Winterberg, Vice President Research & Development, said: “Only a few market players have the core competence to develop power electronic charging modules. We are proud to have this unique capability within our company. This allows us to accelerate our innovation path for DC fast charging stations and at the same time respond flexibly to market requirements.”
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