Beny launches PV-ready EV charging station


EVB, the electric vehicle (EV) charging unit of China-based solar manufacturer Beny New Energy, has released a new charging station.

Dubbed Floor-Mounted Split DC EV Charger, the new product has a power range of 360 kW to 600 kW.

“It can be seamlessly integrated with photovoltaic (PV) and energy storage systems to form a comprehensive, unified solution,” the company said in a statement. “It supports various connection standards such as CCS1, CCS2, GB/T, CHAdeMO, allowing flexibility in rectifier and client-side configurations.”

According to the manufacturer, the charger has an AC input voltage of 380 V, with a power frequency of 50/60 Hz. Its DC voltage regulation range is between 150V and 1,000V.

The charger is dark grey and weighs 350 kg. It measures 180 cm x 80 cm. Its working temperature is between -30 C and 50 C, and it uses air cooling.

“It is applicable to a diverse range of locations, including supermarkets, hotels, bus stations, municipal vehicle depots, company premises, electric utility service points, gas stations, and mining areas,” EVB added in its statement.


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