The units are very robust, stainless steel construction and simple to operate, with clear indicators showing its state and for fleet users more detailed information available via a web browser, (optional SIM required). The EVline 100 charge points can be specified with fob operation for business, enabling fleet managers to keep track of the usage and view reporting statistics.
The Cityline 100 also offers the possibility for load balancing, where the charge station controls the power offered per socket according to demand. The Cityline 100unit additionally encompasses other protocol improvements for improving EVSE reporting and data efficiency and with inbuilt universal UK roaming the Cityline 100 integrates into a variety of existing networks using the latest protocol.
Domestic and workplace electric vehicle charging from renewable and grid energy, with smart use of renewable and grid energy and built-in charge monitoring and metering of charging status, charging rates and vehicle status. Compatible with CityEV chargersanywhere network charge points and featuring safety monitoring and self diagnostics, the EVline 100/S can also be used as standard grid only Charge point.
To save you time and money, at Crystal EV Chargers we will be pleased to go through all of the options available for your business.
At Crystal EV Chargers we pride ourselves on providing a full consultancy for the installation and maintenance of our services. We can maintain and install Workplace Charge points in any size of business and at employee’s homes. We can install electric vehicle chargers for new builds or existing premises.
The charge Points that we install will track the amount of electricity used by your employees and provide reports.
There are three main types of EV charging – rapid, fast, and slow. These represent the power outputs, and therefore charging speeds, available to charge an EV. Note that power is measured in kilowatts (kW).
Rapid chargers are one of two types – AC or DC [Alternating or Direct Current]. Current Rapid AC chargers are rated at 43 kW, while most Rapid DC units are at least 50 kW. Both will charge the majority of EVs to 80% in around 30-60 minutes (depending a battery capacity). Tesla Superchargers are also Rapid DC and charge at around 120 kW. Rapid AC devices use a tethered Type 2 connector, and Rapid DC chargers are fitted with a CCS, CHAdeMO or Tesla Type 2.
Fast chargers include those which provide power from 7 kW to 22 kW, which typically fully charge an EV in 3-4 hours. Common fast connectors are a tethered Type 1 or a Type 2 socket (via a connector cable supplied with the vehicle).
Slow units (up to 3 kW) are best used for overnight charging and usually take between 6 and 12 hours for a pure-EV, or 2-4 hours for a PHEV. EVs charge on slow devices using a cable which connects the vehicle to a 3-pin or Type 2 socket.