A: All of our chargers are CE certify. We offer 24 months warranty and whole life time techinical support.
A: All major components are tested before assembly and each charger is fully tested before shipping.
A: Yes, samples are available upon request, in normal circumstances，7-10 days to manufacture and 7-10 days to delivery.
A: Generally, we pack our goods in inner boxes and brown outer cartons. If you have legally registered patent, we can pack the goods in your branded boxes after getting your authorization letters.
A: Customized logo and design on mass production are available.
A: We have Type 1 (J1772), Type 2, GB/T, CCS 1, CCS2, CHAdeMo, etc.
A: Some models are set be to standalone type which use RFID card to start or plug and play mode. Some models are Wi-Fi connected and can work with App and any OCPP 1.6j application. Please contact us to get more details.
A: The output of the AC charging post is AC, which requires the OBC to rectify the voltage itself, and is limited by the power of the OBC, which is generally small, with 3.3kw and 7kw being the majority.
A: To know how long to charge a car, you need to know the OBC(on board charger) power of the car, the car battery capacity, the charger power. The hours to fully charge a car = battery kw.h/obc or charger power the lower one. For e.g., the battery is 40kw.h, obc is 7kw, charger is 22kw, the 40/7=5.7hours. If the obc is 22kw, then 40/22=1.8hours.
A: First, you need to check the obc specifications of the electric car to match the charging station. Then check the power supply of the installation facility to see if you can instal it. However, although EV charging station are three phase andsingle phase compatible so even you buy a three phase charger, with only single phase power supply, it can be installed too.
A: The electric charging station may need a little longer warm up time before normal run, but this is very small change, it won't influence the output power, so we can ignore this influence.