EACharger DC-Bus

The main feature of this class of chargers is powerfulness and reliability. We developed it for city bus depots, internal city logistics, and heavy-duty machineries. Usually, the main standard is CCS Combo2, others are optional.
Typically, it is installed in electric buses depot, track depot, airport internal infrastructure etc. EACharger DC-Bus charges the vehicle with DC current up to 350kW electric power (with pantograph up to 600kW). Automatic charging process make the service easy and comfortable to execute.
Due to high power, there is a risk to generate harmful harmonics and pay for unnecessary reactive power. To avoid this risk, we developed a special active harmonic filter which effectively terminates harmful harmonic distortions.

We included in this solution a lot of software options providing charging monitoring and managing charging process:

  • Charging sessions overview and reporting.
  • Remote control and monitoring.
  • Load balancing, prioritization, possibility of reservation.
  • Integration with the existing software.
Time & Power We let you charge your vehicle at the minimum possible time. Power management according the technical requirements of EV.
Backend integration We provide all the information about charging processes to existing depot information system.
Monitoring Real-time overview of charging process, power, vehicle status and charger status. Remote resets (soft/hard). Reporting.
Smart charging Max power peaks and load balancing. Booking and prioritization. Planning Integration.

Technical information

Ambient conditions -40 … +50°С with humidity 5 … 95%, indoor/outdoor execution

Wireless and wire communication (control & monitoring), OCPP

Energy measuring, backend integration

Charging mode 3, charging speed – Level 3 (80% / 0.5h)

Standards: CCS Combo2 up to 200A, more current by request

Technical support, aftersales service, trainings, documentation.

    E-mail newsletter
    I accept that ElectroAir can store and use my email address in order to send me a newsletter. Read our privacy policy