Princeton Power Systems, a leading global designer and manufacturer of technology products and embedded software for energy management, micro-grid operations, and electric vehicle charging, announced availability of its newest product line, V2X Fast-Charging Electric Vehicle Stations in 15 kW and 30 kW models, CA-15 and CA-30 respectively.
The CA-15/30 is a kiosk-style charging station including a touch panel for user control and CHAdeMO-compliant hose and connector. CHAdeMO-compliant vehicles, available commercially, can recharge in less than 20-30 minutes, while the charging station also enable bi-directional discharging capabilities for advanced “Vehicle-to-Grid” or “Vehicle-to-Building” operations. The V2X Fast-Charging Electric Vehicle Station product line is certified to UL 1741 and UL 2202 for safe operation, electric grid connectivity and power export, and ease of permitting and installation.
“Our new V2X-capable fast-charging stations are the perfect solution for vehicle fleet operators, commercial customers, or others that want to unlock the full capabilities of electric vehicles,” said Darren Hammell, Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder, Princeton Power Systems. “Fast-charging improves the user experience and reduces ‘range anxiety,’ while true vehicle-to-grid functions with UL-listed products ushers in a new era of electric vehicle applications.”
Governments and businesses around the country are working hard to accelerate electric vehicle adoption, starting with major U.S. cities and fleet operators. Features of the V2X Charging Stations include:
– CHAdeMO Fast-charging standard compliant
– Vehicle-to-Home / Business / Grid services
– UL 1741 Listed (for grid-tied and off-grid or ‘islanding’ operation)
– UL 2202 Listed (EV charging)
About Princeton Power Systems
Princeton Power Systems, based in New Jersey and founded in 2001, designs and manufactures state-of-the-art technology solutions for energy management, microgrid operations and electric vehicle charging. The company is a global leader working with customers and partners across North America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. It manufactures UL and CE-certified power electronics that are used in advanced battery operations and alternative energy, with built-in smart functions for ancillary services. The company solves power issues to allow continued growth of distributed renewable energy by providing energy storage solutions that are proven to work, even in harsh environments. Princeton Power Systems builds integrated systems and designs, commissions and operates microgrids for leading organizations, including Fortune 500 automakers and industrials, and non-profit organizations. The company proudly manufactures its products in the USA.