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CharIN head says J3400 (Tesla NACS) and CCS charging standards will co-exist for many years

A year ago, as automakers, EVSE suppliers and pundits enthusiastically jumped on the Tesla NACS bandwagon, the Charging Interface Initiative North America (CharIN) was one of the few voices urging a little caution. CharIN’s mission is to facilitate the adoption of charging standards, so the organization is now deeply involved with testing interoperability for NACS… Read more »

Charge in Under 10 minutes with the New CCS-1 from BRUGG eConnect

EV charging on the road must be quick and easy. With BRUGG eConnect’s PURWIL HPC 850+ cooled—the newest addition to the range of CCS-1 plugs (IP69)—the company now offers a fast charging solution that long-distance EV drivers will look forward to. Watch this webinar to learn more about BRUGG eConnect’s charging solutions and their advantages…. Read more »

Charge in Under 10 minutes with the New CCS-1 from BRUGG eConnect

EV charging on the road must be quick and easy. With BRUGG eConnect’s PURWIL HPC 850+ cooled—the newest addition to the range of CCS-1 plugs (IP69)—the company now offers a fast charging solution that long-distance EV drivers will look forward to. Join this webinar to learn more about BRUGG eConnect’s charging solutions and their advantages…. Read more »

EV charging is changing, Part 3: Why Tesla’s NACS is unlikely to kill CCS

Part 1: How automakers’ disappointment in Electrify America drove them into Tesla’s arms Part 2: No, NACS is not today’s Tesla connector Part 4: Behind the scenes as seven automakers counter Tesla’s Superchargers EV charging is changing, but much remains to be settled A flurry of news over less than a year permanently altered the US… Read more »

Rideshare/charging provider Revel: CCS or NACS, EVs need bidirectional charging capabilities

Amid the giddy rush to adopt Tesla’s NACS charging system, a few voices in the wilderness can be heard crying, “But what about bidirectional charging?” Many see bidirectional charging, which enables V2G and related technologies, as a necessary part of the future EV ecosystem (California may soon mandate the capability for all new EVs). Vehicle-to-home, which… Read more »

Webinar: Using MLCCs as resonant capacitors in wireless charging for EVs

Wireless Power Transfer circuits demand stable high capacitance, high voltage capacitors to act as the tank capacitor in the LC resonant circuit. Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitors (MLCCs) are increasingly used for this application due to their volumetric efficiency and cost-effective mounting techniques, but there are caveats that need to be followed to achieve reliable operation. This presentation addresses… Read more »