ChargePoint's CP6000 charger meant for business EV transition

ChargePoint’s CP6000 charger meant for business EV transition

ChargePoint Holdings, Inc. has launched the CP6000, which the company calls its “most flexible and serviceable global AC EV charging solution,” now available for vehicles of all types and sizes.

Designed for the needs of the European market, the CP6000 is a complete charging solution for businesses and fleets that want to prepare for the future of electric mobility. Integrating network software, station hardware and customer support, the CP6000 offers AC charging for 1 or 3 phase power at an adaptable output of 3.7 to 22kw per port.

The CP6000 works with ChargePoint’s software platform, which the company says offers real-time visibility into revenue, energy costs and driver details, control over pricing and driver access and actionable reporting with over 35 pre-built charts and reports. ChargePoint’s software also includes robust power management tools to automatically reduce energy costs, on-station video messages and over 40 turnkey API integrations. The CP6000 is also fully compliant with Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) 2.01, the latest version of the open standard.

The CP6000 series’ modular design and technology support flexible configurations and easy upgrades, ChargePoint says, and it can be customized into dozens of configurations for multiple use cases or regions, offering options on sockets, cable management, branding, display, shuttering and more.

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