Star Charge showcases DC high-power charging system at ACT Expo

Star Charge showcases DC high-power charging system at ACT Expo

Unlike traditional or split-type chargers, Star Charge said Triton offers an installation option with a hanging cable management system.

Star Charge Americas unveiled its Triton dispenser and Nova cabinet at the ACT Expo in Las Vegas, NV from May 20-23. According to Star Charge, fleet managers often grapple with the complexities of charging vehicles at scale. This includes accommodating variable duty cycles, maximizing asset utilization and minimizing peak charging and demand costs. Star Charge said the combination of its Triton dispenser and Nova power cabinet aims to solve these issues in an economical package available to fleet operators.

Unlike traditional integrated or split-type chargers, Star Charge said Triton offers a hanging installation option with a hanging cable management system. This unit can be wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted or even gantry-mounted, the company said.

Removing charging dispensers from the ground is good for HSSE considerations and allows for more compact parking situations under a gantry, in parking garages, or in distribution centers, according to Star Charge. This distributed solution will be paired with a 720kW cabinet with 12 outputs that can feed each Triton dispenser from 40kW to 200kW of power. The company said this allows for slower overnight charging and opportunity charging on the same system, reducing the need for separate EVSE equipment for different roles.

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