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Level 2 are the most popular EV chargers featuring mid to high-capacity devices requiring a 208V connection and demanding a current of up to 80 amps, delivering 19.2 kW to the EV. Level 2 commercial EV charging stations can completely charge an EV battery in 2 to 10 hours.
A commercial EV charging station is a charging infrastructure that is designed for public use, usually located at businesses, retail locations, and other public spaces. These charging stations provide electric vehicle (EV) drivers with a convenient way to charge their vehicles while they are away from home.
A commercial EV charging station is connected to an electrical grid and provides an electrical charge to an electric vehicle through a charging cable through Level-2 or Level-3 port. The charging station also has a user interface, typically with a mobile app or a touch screen, that allows the user to initiate and monitor the charging process.
It takes anywhere from 2 hours to 10 hours to fully charge an electric or hybrid vehicle. The charging time depends on a vehicles’s battery size and voltage as well as on EV charging station
Yes, you can install a commercial EV charging station at your business. You will need to consider factors such as the electrical service available at your location, local regulations and permitting requirements, and the cost of installation.
The cost of installing a commercial EV charging station can vary depending on several factors, such as the location, type of charging station, and electrical upgrades required. On average, the cost can range from $5,000 to $15,000 or more.
The revenue generated by a commercial EV charging station can vary depending on several factors such as the location, charging fees, and usage. Some businesses charge a fee per kilowatt-hour of energy used, while others offer charging as a complimentary service. It could be as high as couple thousand US dollars per month.
You will be able to:
- Keep track of carbon credits.
- View real-time energy data analytics
- Verify charging status remotely
- Manage charging times for multiple EV chargers
A commercial EV charging station typically requires a Level 2 electrical service, which is a 220 to 240-volt AC circuit. The specific electrical requirements for a commercial EV charging station will depend on the charging station equipment and the electrical load required.
In most cases obtaining permits is handled by your EV charger installers. The permitting process for installing a commercial EV charging station will vary depending on local regulations and requirements. You may need to obtain permits from your local building department, electrical inspector, and fire marshal, among others.
EV users can pay for their electricity consumed by using credit or debit cards, as well as by using Apple Pay or Google Pay.
Yes, the CSE1 commercial EV charging station includes multiple integrated protection ratings such as:
- Under Voltage and Over Voltage Protection (UVP and OVP)
- Residual Current Protection Device (RCD)
- Surge Protection Device (SPD)
- Overcurrent Protection Device (OCPD)
- Over Temperature Protection (OTP)
- Ground Fault Protection
The CSE1 electric charger features a built-in LED indication light that shows the following color changes according to the status
- Blue: Stand-by mode ready for charging.
- Green: Constant charge light
- Green Flashing: Charging
As the world moves towards an ongoing industrial revolution in the transportation sector, more and more electric vehicles (EVs) are being manufactured and sold in many regions across the planet. Only in the US, expectations of cumulative EVs rise up to 25 million units in operation by 2030. With this large distribution of EVs that will be added to the roads and highways of the country, the US infrastructure will need a massive deployment of commercial electric car charging stations. Estimations are that nearly 1.2 million public EV chargers will be required by 2030.
CyberSwitching knows this and hence provides a valuable solution for your EV charging needs. Designed according to Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP), the CSE1 Series is a 3.5 to 11.5kW electric car charger that is suitable for both residential and especially for commercial applications.
These commercial electric car charging stations are equipped with a type 3 enclosure rated for both indoor and outdoor installations, as well as suitable for wall or pedestal mounting, widely used in commercial applications.
Moreover, this EV charger integrates AmpUp software network to easily manage your EV charging status, providing real-time analytics as well as allowing users to pay with traditional payment methods such as credit/debit cards and even Apple/Google Pay. This pre-established integrated also allows you to make time reservations and manage multiple electric charging stations with a single account.
The best thing about it is that this commercial EV charging station adapts to your needs and allows you to fully customize the EV station to match the optimization requirements of your location including load management to limit consumption during peak TOU rate periods.
CSE1 is a commercial, OCPP-compliant EV charging station, which could be installed in any commercial and residential buildings. Even though it could be installed in private homes and townhouses the most common applications are: Multi-family units, Workplaces, Hotels, Local Governments, Fleets, Hospitals, Airbnb properties, Shopping malls, Airports, Schools and Universities, Auto Dealerships, Entertainment centers, etc.
All our commercial charging stations for sale, including CSE1, have 1 week of lead time, one of the quickest in the industry.
Yes, you can connect several of CSE1 commercial EV Charging stations to one circuit breaker.