Product name: 180KW DC Quick charging pile Description: 180KW DC charging pile has industry-leading "a pile four spear" charging technology, using intelligent power distribution and switching technology, Intelligently flexible deployment the power of each charging gun, one charge pile......Send Inquiry
180KW DC Quick Charging Pile
180KW DC charging pile has industry-leading "a pile four spear" charging technology, using intelligent
power distribution and switching technology, Intelligently flexible deployment the power of each
charging gun, one charge pile up with four gun charge which meet the requirement of various power
multivehicle charging at the same time. And maximize the effectiveness of the charging pile, greatly
improving operational return rate on the charging station.
1668*600*1852 mm(Including 2 sets of Rectifier Cabinet)；480.4*462.8*1526 mm(Charging Pile）
three-phase five-wire AC380V ± 15%
Output voltage range
300 ~ 750V
Rated output current
Maximum input current
360A (single rectifier cabinet);
Output current error
Output voltage error
Total harmonic current
≤ 5% (100% load under rated condition)
maximum Efficiency under full load
Working environment temperature
-30 °C ~ 55 °C
1. Are EVs As Safe To Drive As Other Vehicles?
According to the results of crash testing conducted for all cars and vans, yes. EVs have to adhere to the same safety regulations as conventional vehicles – note however that quadricycles like the Renault Twizy are not covered by the same testing regimes.
2. How Long Does It Take To Charge An Electric Vehicle?
Charge time is dependent on a number of variables, including battery capacity and power available. Typical charge times are about 6 – 8 hours at around 3kW, 3 – 4 hours at 7kW, 1 hour at 22 kW and around 30 minutes at 43 – 50 kW.
3. How Long Does It Take To Charge An EV?
The speed with which an EV can be fully recharged is dependent on three factors; the charger type (max power available), the model specification, and the battery capacity of the EV.
in the section above, we have gone through the core charger types and speeds. Charging times will vary from model to model, and even each time you plug-in since the starting start of charge is likely to vary.