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Circontrol’s new Raption 100 kW fast charger

EVSE manufacturer Circontrol has launched a 100 kW fast charger, the Raption 100. The new model retains the design and most of the features of its predecessor, the Raption 50, which Circontrol introduced three years ago. Circontrol’s Raption chargers use a modular architecture, which allows for scalable power levels of 25 kW, 50 kW or… Read more »

Circontrol’s new Raption 100 kW fast charger

Charging station manufacturer Circontrol has launched a 100 kW fast charger. The new Raption 100 preserves the best features of its predecessor, the Raption 50, which was introduced 3 years ago and is one of the company’s best-selling charging stations. In 2019, the company sold over a thousand Raption 50 units worldwide. The new Raption… Read more »

Circontrol adds contactless card payment to its European charging stations

As human contact becomes passé, contactless bank card payments are surging in popularity. Barcelona-based Circontrol has become the latest charging provider to add a contactless payment system to its public chargers. The company has already implemented the contactless payment system on its 400 fast chargers in the UK, and is now rolling it out in… Read more »

Circontrol introduces new Raption 150 charger for e-buses

Spanish charging station maker Circontrol introduced a new 150 kW charger for e-buses, called the Raption 150, at the 2019 Busworld bus exhibition. The Raption 150 can charge at 600 volts, a voltage suitable for charging e-buses. Thanks to its modular system, Circontrol says the charger enjoys a high uptime and is scalable from 100… Read more »

Circontrol provides chargers for four Latin American highways

Barcelona-based charging station manufacturer Circontrol has provided charging stations for three new highways and one planned highway in Latin America. The first was completed in Uruguay at the end of 2017. The 300 km road connects the coastal cities of Colonia and Punta Este. The highway features six Circontrol charging points, one every 60 km…. Read more »

Circontrol’s new WallBox eNext range of chargers

Barcelona-based Circontrol has expanded its WallBox range of chargers with eNext, a new series that features an elegant design and a simplified charging process. The new charger is designed for homes, condominiums, workplaces and car parks. As e-mobility spreads, EV chargers will be ever more present in our environment, says Circontrol, so the external appearance… Read more »

Circontrol presents master-slave charging solution with power management

At the recent EVS30 exhibition in Stuttgart, Barcelona-based charging station manufacturer Circontrol presented a multiple charging solution consisting of several slave charging points controlled by a single master unit. The system allows a DC fast charger, such as Circontrol’s Raption, or an AC charger such as the company’s Post eVolve, to act as a master,… Read more »

Circontrol’s charging system offers roadside assistance for EVs

Sometimes range anxiety isn’t all in the mind. Just like legacy vehicles, EVs will occasionally run out of go juice, and when that happens, drivers need help from a roadside assistance vehicle that can provide a charge. With that in mind, Spain’s Royal Catalan Automobile Club has equipped a roadside assistance car with technology from… Read more »

Raption 50 DC fast charger uses a modular design to maximize uptime

Barcelona-based charger manufacturer Circontrol presented its new Raption 50 DC quick charging station at the recent EVS30 exhibition in Stuttgart. The Raption 50 series is designed to maximize its uptime and availability for users, thanks to its modular design, which features four individual power packs that deliver 12.5 kW each. If one power pack fails,… Read more »

Intelligent sensor links EV charging with other home electrical loads

Charger manufacturer Circontrol has launched eHome BeON, an intelligent sensor that can regulate a home EV charger to avoid overloading the circuit. According to the company, “uncontrolled and random consumption” of devices such as home appliances during EV charging could cause “a blackout that can only be fixed by turning off one of the appliances… Read more »