Wattzilla introduces UL-listed J3068 3-phase EV chargers

EV charger manufacturer Wattzilla has introduced a new family of UL-listed SAE J3068 3-phase Level 2 EV chargers. The new chargers are available in single, dual and quad configurations, each capable of simultaneously delivering 44 kW of 400 VAC 3-phase power (63 A per phase) on each output cord.

Not all EV chargers on the market are UL-listed, but this certification is an important indicator that a product meets the highest safety standards.

The Wattzilla Uno-3P, Duo-3P and Quadzilla-3P are designed for high-power charging of trucks, buses and other medium- and heavy-duty EVs.

All three models are suitable for interior or exterior use. Each features a type 4X 316 stainless steel enclosure for protection from the elements, a gold-plated proprietary circuit board for high corrosion resistance, a multi-color LCD display, and the requisite number of 25-foot cables with J3068 Mennekes couplers.

All are rated for temperatures from -35° C to 50° C, and come with a 39-month standard warranty. An extended warranty is also available.

The Quadzilla Four Vehicle 3-Phase provides up to 63 amps per phase (approximately 44 kW) to four vehicles simultaneously. It can be wall- or pole-mounted, and comes standard with a pole mounting kit and a cable management system that holds all four couplers securely when not in use. It requires four 80-amp, 3-phase protected branch circuits, and is priced at $39,995.

The WattZilla DUO Dual 3-Phase delivers up to 63 amps per phase (44 kW) to two vehicles at a time. It’s available in wall-mounted or exterior pole-mounted styles, and has an optional cable management system. It requires two 80-amp, 3-phase protected branch circuits. Pricing starts at $19,995.

The WattZilla UNO 3-Phase cranks out 63 A per phase to a single vehicle. It’s available in wall-mounted or exterior pole-mounted styles, and has an optional cable management system. It requires a single 80-amp, 3-phase protected branch circuit. Prices start at $9,995.

Source: Wattzilla

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