InCharge Energy launches new Level 2 charger for EV fleets

InCharge Energy launches new Level 2 charger for EV fleets

InCharge Energy's new dual-port Level 2 charger can simultaneously charge two EVs at a maximum output of 19.2 kW.

InCharge Energy has launched a Level 2 charging solution for fleets: the Dual ICE-80A charger. This AC Level 2 charger is capable of simultaneously charging two vehicles at a maximum output of 19.2 kilowatts (kW) on both cables, InCharge Energy said. The company said this charger is ideal for fleets with vehicles that can dwell for longer periods, such as overnight. The Dual ICE-80A is also a good option for fleets desiring battery State of Charge (SoC) information for their vehicles and will be CTEP/NTEP-certified for public or semi-public charging operations, InCharge Energy said.

The Dual ICE-80A charger responds to grid and site demand needs, taking the vehicle’s operations readiness into account, InCharge Energy said. Additionally, for school bus fleets and others wanting to qualify for specific government grants, Build America, Buy America Act (BABA)–compliant ICE-80A units are available upon request to support possible funding eligibility.

According to InCharge Energy, the Dual ICE-80A supports energy management via the backend or onsite controller, allowing scheduled smart vehicle charging to proceed even with internet connectivity loss. When paired with InCharge Energy’s proprietary InControl charge management software (CMS), the charger can curtail the power based on cost, available electrical service and the fleet’s availability requirements, the company said.

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