i-charging Earns ETL certification for SAE J3400 (NACS) EV charging plug

Portuguese EV charging solutions provider i-charging has announced that its blueberry fast charging family has received an ETL certification update from Intertek for the NACS plug standard (now more properly known as SAE J3400). (The company’s products were already ETL-certified for CCS-1 and CHAdeMO plugs.)

The ETL certification process involves extensive assessments of the design, construction and safety of charging stations, including evaluations for electrical safety, performance, and compliance with US and Canadian industry standards. This certification confirms that i-charging’s blueberry charging stations meet the highest safety and quality standards, according to the company.

“i-charging’s commitment to serve its North American customers with the flexibility to charge vehicles with any of the standards most used in the US and Canada is now certified for safety with the addition of the SAE J3400 (NACS) plug option,” said Pedro Moreira da Silva, CEO of i-charging. “This is a big step in our strategy for this region.”

i-charging’s blueberry charging products include an all-in-one unit with outputs ranging from 50 to 150 kW, and a scalable solution with dispensers and Power Units offering outputs from 100 to 900 kW. These larger units can also be configured with up to 4 outputs, enabling simultaneous and sequential charging of 4 vehicles.

The entire blueberry family features dynamic power allocation, a 32-inch screen for multimedia content, an automatic cable management system, and customizable outputs compatible with CCS, CHAdeMO and NACS standards.

Source: i-charging

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