ANFU Energy: How Does EV Charging Stations Work?

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ANFU Energy: How Does EV Charging Stations Work?

Ever wondered how public EV charging stations work? Here’s a quick guide. When you pull up to one, you might find it’s free, requires a special key or access card, or needs a credit card, just like in different parking situations. Look out for signs or instructions that explain how to use these stations.

EV charging Stations Types

 EV charging Stations Types

At its core, an EV charging station converts electrical energy from the grid into a form that an electric vehicle’s battery can store. There are three primary types of EV charging stations:

  1. Level 1 Chargers: These are the most basic type, often coming with the vehicle. They can be plugged into a standard household outlet and usually charge at a rate of about 4-5 miles of range per hour.
  2. Level 2 Chargers: These are faster, requiring a 240V outlet (similar to what large appliances use). They offer a charging speed of about 12-80 miles of range per hour, making them suitable for home and public use.
  3. DC Fast Chargers (Level 3): These are the quickest, primarily found in public charging stations. They can charge an EV battery to 80% in just 20-30 minutes.

Read more about EV Charging here.

For businesses thinking of installing EV chargers, ANFU’s AC charging stations and DC charging stations are all great options. They let you manage the power output and charging times. You can check out our different kw charging types to meet your business model and needs..

Incorporating EV Charging into Daily Life and Business

Once you start spotting these charging stations around, they’ll naturally fit into your daily routine. Maybe you’ll save an errand for last, so you can charge your car while you shop.

Businesses, take note. Offering an EV charging station could change how customers plan their day. If they know they can charge their car at your location, they might stick around longer. Imagine becoming the go-to spot for errands because you provide this extra service. It’s all about understanding your customer’s needs and how an EV charger can enhance your business.

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