Delta launches Slim 100 EV charger for space-critical applications

Delta launches Slim 100 EV charger for space-critical applications

Delta has launched its Slim 100, a new EV charger designed for areas for space is limited. The charger offers a maximum power of 100 kW and includes rectifiers with 97% power efficiency, the company says.

The company says its footprint is 55% smaller than other products that offer the same level of power, and is eyeing commercial applications, parking lots, service stations and urban traffic hubs for installation opportunities.

The Slim 100 provides simultaneous charging of up to three vehicles and offers DC and AC charging. Two charge points are available for DC quick charging of up to 100 kW, and one charge point is available for AC charging of up to 22 kW.

Weighing only 200 kg (approx. 440 lbs.), Delta says there is no need to arrange for special transportation methods, such as cranes, ahead of installation. This also ensures the Slim 100 can be positioned in places not easily accessible to cranes, like underground parking environments. With its height of 1.6m, there is also no need to apply for building permission in city areas, which also shortens the planning phase.

Slim 100 supports OCPP 1.5S/1.6J including web socket and TLS, as well as ethernet or modem (2.5G/3G/4G). Dual modem connectivity for simultaneous access via CPO and service backend is also provided. The Slim 100 has also been prepared to support ISO 15118-2.

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