ABB e-mobility launches new public and fleet EV charging solutions

ABB e-mobility has announced three new additions to its already extensive North American EV charging portfolio.

ABB e-mobility’s Terra 360 all-in-one charger was designed to pack high power into a small footprint, delivering up to 360 kW of power. The UL-certified Terra 360 is equipped with CCS-1 in a dual-outlet configuration that can charge two vehicles simultaneously. It’s aimed at space-constrained EV fleet charging depots that require high-power charging.

The new HVC360 power cabinet is designed to enable site design flexibility. It can charge up to 4 buses or trucks at the same time. The charging dispensers can be installed back-to-back, side-to-side, or along a wall, and can be set as far as 328 feet (100 meters) from the power cabinet itself. Dynamic charging capability allows the HVC360 to allocate differing levels of power to each dispenser based on the number of vehicles plugged in or their charging requirements. A single cabinet can support multiple dispenser types, from CCS to pantograph, allowing fleet operators to mix and match charging configurations.

The high-output Terra AC Wallbox 40/80 A can be configured to provide from 9.6 to 19.2 kW of output power, making it suitable for light- and medium-duty EVs with larger batteries. This UL-rated and Energy Star-certified AC charger is equipped with a J1772 Type 1 connector. The CTEP-certified screen display version supports revenue-grade metering. The charger also features multiple internet connectivity and authentication options, including OCPP 1.6J, and has dedicated apps for fast commissioning as well as managing charging sessions and usage.

“ABB e-mobility is committed to developing and deploying advanced charging technologies that are ready for the current and future requirements of public charging sites as well as the unique needs of every size EV fleet,” said Bob Stojanovic, Senior Vice President for ABB e-mobility in North America.

The company has also announced that it will add Tesla’s NACS connector as an option on its products “once the testing, design, and validation steps are complete.”

Source: ABB

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