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Ecovantage eMobility Launches Next Generation of Efficient Electric Vehicle Chargers
Ecovantage eMobility has announced the availability of the new VersiCharge AC Series electric vehicle (EV) chargers for commercial and domestic use. VersiCharge, the third generation of AC charging, provides easy-to-use tools for regulating power demand, precise energy metering, and increased network connectivity to electric car service providers, buildings, and automation systems. This is the industry's first Ev Chargers to communicate with building management systems, allowing operators to monitor, manage, and alter the system in real-time. The UL/cUL-certified model also has a charging power of 11.5 kW and numerous configurations for multi-family, workplace, and utility applications.
Key criteria for EV Charging Infrastructure include modularity, scalability, and a focus on open standards. The VersiCharge AC Series lays the path for carbon reduction and improved air quality through intelligent load control. Its open protocols allow it to communicate directly with building management systems like Ecovantage or other third-party systems, controlling peak energy demand and reducing operational expenses.
The cutting-edge technology is fully interoperable, with the capacity to function with any fleet or personal car and all Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP)-certified charging networks.
Fast AC charging is possible with the new VersiCharge AC series, which may be installed on the wall or a pedestal. The new home charger comes with a simple mobile app, a clever UI, and a flexible Internet connection. The commercial Ev Chargers fits any commercial location, such as airports, parking garages, retail stores, or hospitals. It includes several novel networking methods to simplify grid connectivity, enable secure transaction management, and integrate seamlessly into various network topologies.
EV chargers can be installed on an organization's commercial premises to charge electric fleet cars, vans, and trucks, in addition to fulfilling the needs of private EV drivers at fueling stations, convenience stores, and retail sites. This allows owners to charge up to four vehicles overnight or give their EVs a quick charge throughout the day. Compatible cars will come to a halt overcharging pads placed in the road, allowing electric vehicle owners to recharge their batteries without having to exit the vehicle.
Ecovantage was founded in 2007 to assist businesses and households in reducing energy consumption, thereby contributing to the fight against climate change by lowering emissions. As a solution provider, Ecovantage established itself as an authority on energy efficiency. Ecovantage has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and now Queensland is staffed with people who are truly interested in energy efficiency and committed to assisting our customers in saving energy and money. For more details visit https://ecovantage.com.au/