Ingeteam is finalizing the launch of INGEREV® RAPID 50, the company's latest multi-standard rapid charge
model for the INGEREV® electric vehicle product range.
INGEREV® RAPID 50 is compatible with the CHAdeMO, CCS and Type 2 AC standards, making it the ideal solution for charging all types of electric vehicles
. It is available in three different models (Trio, Duo and One), depending on the charging standard required. The INGEREV® RAPID 50 offers the possibility of simultaneous AC and DC charging.
Ingeteam has designed its INGEREV® RAPID 50
product range based on its extensive experience in the manufacture of power converters, thereby guaranteeing the optimal reliability and efficiency of its chargers.
The INGEREV® RAPID 50 features advanced local and remote communication capabilities via Ethernet, 3G and Wi-Fi for integration in local and/or remote control centers, payment platforms and charge managers using different versions of the OCCP protocol (customized or standard). Its 7" TFT color touch screen improves the user interface and also offers an advertising option.
The charger design combines ease of use with maintenance simplicity. Its sturdy steel enclosure guarantees exceptional resistance in even the most adverse ambient conditions.
This inverter will be on show at the EVS30 fair in Stuttgart (Germany) from the 9th to 11th October, and is set go into production in October 2017.
Its key advantage over other chargers on the market is its reliability and efficiency, thanks to Ingeteam's extensive experience in the design of electronic power converters for the wind power, photovoltaic, rail and marine markets, amongst others.
Ingeteam offers three different models for this charger (Trio, Duo and One). The Trio model is compatible with all three existing charging standards, CHAdeMO, CCS and AC, the Duo model includes CHAdeMO and CCS, while the One model only includes CCS.
To date, Ingeteam has supplied the market with more than 2,300 chargers from the INGEREV® range
, including AC slow chargers and DC rapid chargers, installed in countries such as Spain, Italy, South Africa, France, Mexico, Turkey, Scotland and Australia.