EV technology provider Cyber Switching has launched a new made-in-America EV charging station. The Cyber Charger C1 is a 48 A Level 2 charging station designed for commercial properties and multi-family homes.
Under the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, hardware used in federally-funded EV infrastructure projects must be entirely made in America, and use at least 55% domestic materials. Many companies are concerned that this will push up costs. However, Cyber Switching says its new C1 charger, which meets BIL requirements, is one of the most cost-efficient chargers on the market.
The Cyber Charger C1 design incorporates dynamic load management, and connects with the AmpUp mobile app, a pre-commissioned EV software platform. The user interface offers operators real-time visibility and control over power use, energy costs and station status.
The C1 is OCPP-compliant, and can be white-labeled, so commercial properties can add their own branding. Other features include remote troubleshooting and an operating temperature range from -22 to 140° F.
“While EV adoption is growing exponentially, the US is working hard to ensure its infrastructure can keep up with the demand, while also supporting domestically manufactured products,” says Nick Zamanov, Director of Business Development at Cyber Switching. “We have taken our technology one step further with our newest charging station. Our three decades of power management experience ensure our EV chargers are more efficient and reliable than ever before.”
Source: Cyber Switching