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SunArk AC DC Charger Station Wallbox 220V 380V For Home Installation

AC charger stations can provide different power levels, commonly ranging from 3.3 kW to 22 kW, although higher power levels are also available. The charging speed and time will depend on the power level of the charger and the capabilities of the electric vehicle being charged.

AC charging is commonly used for overnight charging at home or for longer-duration charging at public charging stations. It is a convenient and widely adopted method of charging EVs, as it utilizes the existing AC infrastructure that is readily available in most residential and commercial buildings.

  • Standard:

    SAE Standard / IEC Standard
  • Rated Frequency:

  • Connector type:

    Type 1 / Type 2
  • Connector Mechanical Operating Life:

    ≥10000 times
  • External Communication:

    LAN (RJ-45) and Wi-Fi
  • Cooling Method:

    Natural Cooling

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The global market for EV charging stations has been experiencing significant growth in recent years, driven by the increasing adoption of electric vehicles and efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Several factors have contributed to the market's expansion, including government incentives, the development of charging infrastructure, and improvements in battery technology.

Key market players in the charging station industry include both established companies and startups. These companies offer a range of charging solutions, including AC (alternating current) and DC (direct current) charging stations. AC chargers are typically used for slower, overnight charging, while DC fast chargers provide rapid charging capabilities.

The market for EV charging stations is influenced by various factors, including government policies and regulations, investments in charging infrastructure, consumer demand, and technological advancements. The availability of reliable and convenient charging infrastructure is crucial for promoting the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.

The adoption of charging standards, such as the Combined Charging System (CCS) and CHAdeMO, has helped facilitate interoperability and compatibility between different EV models and charging infrastructure.

While the market for EV charging stations has seen significant growth, there are still challenges to overcome, such as the need for more charging infrastructure, addressing range anxiety, and ensuring grid stability as the number of EVs increases.


It's important to note that the market conditions may have changed since my last update, and I recommend referring to more recent sources and market reports for the most up-to-date information on the global market for charging stations.

What charging modes does it have?


Mode 2: This is the basic charging mode for Wallbox AC chargers. In Mode 2, the charger is connected to a standard household or industrial power outlet. It typically provides a lower charging power and is suitable for overnight charging or situations where fast charging is not essential. Mode 2 chargers often come with built-in safety features such as ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) to ensure safe and reliable charging.


Mode 3: Mode 3 chargers are designed for fixed installations and provide higher charging power compared to Mode 2. They require a dedicated electrical circuit and are usually mounted on a wall or post. Mode 3 chargers use a Type 2 connector (Mennekes) and communicate with the EV using the respective charging protocols. This mode offers faster charging speeds and is commonly used in residential, workplace, and public charging applications.


Mode 4: Mode 4 refers to DC fast charging, which utilizes direct current (DC) to charge the vehicle's battery. Wallbox primarily focuses on AC charging solutions and does not offer Mode 4 chargers. DC fast chargers are commonly found in public charging stations and allow for rapid charging, significantly reducing the charging time compared to AC chargers.

What is DC EV Charger Station?


A DC EV charger, also known as a DC fast charger or rapid charger, is a type of electric vehicle (EV) charger that provides direct current (DC) power to the EV's battery for rapid charging. Unlike AC chargers, which convert AC power from the grid into DC power for charging the EV, DC chargers deliver DC power directly to the vehicle, bypassing the need for an onboard converter.


DC fast chargers are capable of delivering high power levels, allowing for significantly faster charging times compared to AC chargers. They are typically used for quick charging in public charging stations, highway rest areas, or other locations where EV owners need to charge their vehicles in a short amount of time.


DC fast chargers come in different power levels, commonly categorized into different charging standards such as CHAdeMO, CCS (Combined Charging System), and Tesla Supercharger. These standards dictate the type of connector and communication protocol used between the charger and the EV.


DC charging is particularly beneficial for long-distance travel, as it can recharge an EV's battery to 80% or more in as little as 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the specific charger and the vehicle's capabilities. However, it should be noted that not all EVs support DC fast charging, and the charging time can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the battery capacity and the state of charge of the vehicle.


Overall, DC EV chargers play a crucial role in expanding the infrastructure for electric vehicles, making long-distance travel more feasible and convenient for EV owners.

How to monitor the devices?


1- Centralized Monitor System: EV chargers can be connected to a centralized monitoring system that allows operators or administrators to remotely monitor the charging status, energy consumption, and any faults or abnormalities of the chargers. 

2- Mobile Applications: Many EV charger manufacturers provide mobile applications that allow users to monitor and control the charging process. 

3- Website: Some EV charging networks offer web portals where users can log in to monitor their charging sessions, view charging history, and access other relevant information.

4- RFID or NFC Card: EV chargers can be equipped with RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) or NFC (Near Field Communication) card readers.

5- Display Screens: Many EV chargers have built-in display screens that show real-time charging information, such as charging power, charging time

The EV charger market is rapidly evolving as the adoption of electric vehicles increases. There is a growing infrastructure of public and private charging stations to support EVs, and more companies are entering the market to provide charging services and develop innovative solutions to meet the charging demands of electric vehicles.




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     A:Definitely, OEM&ODM service is supported with a certain quantity,including customize logo,package and label;


     Q2What's the production time?

     A:  The production time is normally 15 working days. but we will always prepare some stocks for popular models.


     Q3: Can you provide DDP service?

     A:Yes, if you are a personal customer and don't want to deal with the customs, we can provide DDP service to your address.


     Q4: What about the warranty and how to claim?

     A:  Warranty period are 5 years since you receive the product, our professional after-sales team will deal with all warranty issues.

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