Leviton, AmpUp partner to enhance EV charging experience

Leviton, AmpUp partner to enhance EV charging experience

Leviton launched upgraded EV charging stations that integrate AmpUp's software for real-time analytics, pricing and more smart features.

Leviton partnered with AmpUp to redefine the EV charging experience for customers, offering safe, innovative and efficient charging in one solution, the companies said. As part of this new partnership, Leviton released the new EV Series Pro charging stations, including 48- and 80-Amp level 2 stations available with and without LCD screens.

Leviton said the new stations feature 4G connectivity and the ability to integrate advanced software capabilities. With this added integration of the AmpUp charging management software, Leviton said site owners and fleets can access real-time analytics, set pricing groups and collect revenue, leverage smart scheduling, gain advanced access control/RFID, manage power loads, automate reporting and more.

Like Leviton’s entire EV charging portfolio, the new stations with AmpUp software are Energy Star Certified and can charge any electric vehicle in North America. The enclosures are also rated NEMA Type 3R, allowing them to be installed both indoors and outdoors.

Earlier this year, Leviton also launched its residential EV Series Charging Stations with My Leviton app compatibility, which allows users to schedule, stop, start and monitor charging sessions all from the My Leviton app.

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