EV Charging Stations

EV charging stations are the lifelines that power electric vehicles, ranging from compact cars to buses. They come in various shapes and sizes, but more importantly, they vary in charging speed and capacity. Here at AMPPAL, we manufacture all types of ev charging stations, including AC charging stations and DC charging stations. Our solutions for different scenarios of charging stations showcase our ability! Check out all our charging stations below! 

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30/40kW Integrated DC Charging Station
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14kW Integrated AC Charging Station
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22/44kW Integrated AC Charging Station
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3.5/7kW Portable AC Charging Station
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60/80/120/160kW Integrated DC Charging Station
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3.5/7kW Portable AC Charging Station
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7kW Wall-Mounted AC Charging Box
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7kW Floor-Standed AC Charging Station
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7kW Wall-Mounted AC Charging Station
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22/44kW Integrated AC Charging Station
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30/40kW Integrated DC Charging Station
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240-720kW Flexible Charging Stack
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EV charging stations, often referred to as electric vehicle charging stations or EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment), are pivotal in the electric vehicle ecosystem. They provide the necessary infrastructure to recharge electric vehicles, ranging from electric cars and motorcycles to electric buses and trucks. Essentially, these stations serve as the electric equivalent of gas stations for traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. Here’s a closer look at what EV charging stations are and how they function.

Types of EV Charging Stations

EV charging stations come in several types, each offering different power levels and charging speeds, generally, there are two types, AC charging stations (also called level 1 and level 2 charging stations) and DC charging stations.:

  • Level 1 Charging Stations: These are the most basic form of EV charging, using a standard 120-volt AC outlet, similar to what you’d find in your home. Level 1 chargers are slow, typically providing about 4 to 5 miles of range per hour of charging, making them suitable for overnight charging at home.

  • Level 2 Charging Stations: Level 2 chargers use a 240-volt AC power supply and can charge an electric vehicle much faster than Level 1 chargers. They are commonly found in public charging stations, workplaces, and homes where faster charging is desired. They can provide about 12 to 80 miles of range per hour of charging, depending on the vehicle and the power output of the charging station.

  • DC Fast Chargers (DCFC): Also known as Level 3 chargers, DC fast chargers provide a significantly quicker charging solution by delivering direct current (DC) power directly to the battery, bypassing the vehicle’s onboard charger. These chargers can add 60 to 100 miles of range in just 20 minutes of charging, making them ideal for quick top-ups during long trips. However, not all electric vehicles are equipped to accept DC fast charging.

How EV Charging Stations Work

The process of using an EV charging station is straightforward. Drivers plug their vehicle into the station using a compatible charging cable. The station then communicates with the vehicle to establish a connection and begins delivering electricity to charge the vehicle’s battery. The charging station’s interface often provides information about the charging status, including current charge level, charging speed, and estimated time to full charge. Contact us here to get your charging station solutions!

Key Features of EV Charging Stations

  • Safety: EV charging stations are designed with numerous safety features to protect the vehicle, the charger, and the user. This includes mechanisms to prevent electric shock, overheating, and overcharging.

  • Smart Charging: Many modern EV charging stations are equipped with smart features like WiFi connectivity, allowing users to monitor and control charging remotely via smartphone apps. These stations can also be integrated into smart home systems for more efficient energy use.

  • Accessibility: Public EV charging stations are strategically placed in accessible locations such as shopping centers, parking lots, hotels, and along major highways to facilitate ease of use for EV drivers.