The Siemens VersiCharge line of Electric Vehicle Charging systems is the industry’s most flexible and versatile offering. These Level 2 (240 VAC) charging stations offer unparalleled usability, safety, energy management, and affordability.
The VersiCharge line can be installed in four different configurations. The device can be wired from behind, either hard-wired or by using a 30A, 240 V receptacle (30 A devices only). Similarly, the unit accepts bottom- fed cabling or conduit for external wiring, either hard- wired or wired to a 30A 240 V receptacle.
The User interface on VersiCharge systems is the most intuitive on the market. It features two back-lit buttons for controlling the charge and delay timer and a glowing halo that conveys the charging status. It is simple to use, and conveys all necessary information to properly charge an electric vehicle.
The VersiCharge devices are offered in both 30 A and 70 A varieties. In years to come, electric vehicles will have larger and larger battery capacity that will require more electric power to charge them. In order to avoid lengthy charge times, higher current will deliver this power. By offering a 70 A model today, the VersiCharge is ready to charge the car of tomorrow.
Because many electric vehicles are set up to receive a certain input power, the VersiCharge is internally adjustable. This allows users to select the power output of the charger. For example: If a user has an EV that is specified to receive 16A max input, a user can get a 30A VersiCharge and adjust the power down to that level. This permits the user to charge a later vehicle at a higher current.
In addition to all the features described, the VersiCharge SG has built in Zigbee wireless communications, designed to work with modern “Smart Meters” deployed by electric utilities. The SG model comes with an expansion port to communicate via Wi-fi, cellular, or future communications protocols. This communication is key when programming the device of setting up utility controlled demand response capabilities. 0.5% accurate metering will help users and utilities measure the amount of energy consumed by the charging system.
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