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Phoenix Contact releases new 30 kW power modules for EV charging stations

Phoenix Contact now offers power supplies for high-power systems including e-mobility infrastructure.

The CHARX AC/DC and DC/DC power modules (with maximum power point tracking for solar panels) can be directly fitted into a standard EV charging station 19-inch cabinet. These modules can also be used for energy storage, hydrogen electrolysis, AC microgrids, high-voltage DC grids, and off-highway charging. The AC/DC input module has a range of 350 to 530 V AC, the DC/DC module has an input range of 300 to 825 V DC, and both power modules have an output range from 150 to 1,000 V DC.

E-mobility applications can easily integrate the modules’ CAN bus interface, says Phoenix. For installation and maintenance, the modules use Phoenix Contact’s Push-Lock and T-LOX connection technologies.

Source: Phoenix Contact

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