Smart EV charging solutions on show at eMove360° Europe 2017
Global provider of power and thermal management solutions, Delta, has announced it is showcasing the smart and energy-saving capabilities of its integrated solutions for electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy storage at eMove360° Europe 2017 from 17th to 19th October at Messe Munchen.
Key highlights from its portfolio include the 150kW DC Ultra Fast EV Charger, a system offering a modular, scalable power architecture and the ability to charger four EVs simultaneously; a Charge Point Operator Back Office system to enable comprehensive management of EV charging infrastructure; as well as the new EV Power Bank, designed to enhance the efficiency of EV charging sites complete our solutions portfolio at the event.
Delta’s will display the following EV charging solutions:
- 150kW DC Ultra Fast EV Charger, a system featuring a highly modular and scalable power capacity up to 150kW as well as a diverse offering of four charging outlets (CCS, CHAdeMO and two Type-2 AC ones) for simultaneous charging.
- Charging site owners and operators can serve a larger range of EV drivers with Delta’s 25kW DC Wallbox EV Charger, another option not only for fast charging but also for cost-efficient straightforward installation in parking lots, commercial buildings, hotels and service stations.
- The AC Mini Plus EVSE (EV Supply Equipment) will be available for customers seeking convenient and reliable EV charging devices for residential applications.
- The new Charge Point Operator Back Office system, a full-scale platform designed to help EV charging site owners and operators enable not only comprehensive, dynamic and remote management of EV charging infrastructure but also a series of customer-centric services such as e-mobility roaming and connectivity. With this platform, charging site owners and operators can benefit from the maximised uptime of EV chargers, the broader scale of services aligned with their infrastructure and the higher visibility of their services on the maps of EV drivers.
The new EV Power Bank, a system with embedded and scalable battery energy storage technology, is designed to support fast EV charging infrastructure with lower operating costs and higher efficiency by storing off-peak grid electricity at limited power at the grid connection point. The system offers both lithium-ion and lead-acid battery options from 100-300kWh nominal capacity and inverter conversion efficiency up to 96% in a 10ft, IP54 ingress protection container.
Delta will be exhibiting at hall C2, stand 405.