Xos expands Xos Energy Solutions' offering with mobile chargers

Xos expands Xos Energy Solutions’ offering with mobile chargers

Xos recently announced a suite of Xos DC Fast Chargers that are compatible with both passenger and commercial electric vehicles.

Xos recently announced a new offering to Xos Energy Solutions, its business unit focused on infrastructure and consulting services: a suite of Xos DC Fast Chargers that are compatible with both passenger and commercial electric vehicles.

The five chargers include a 30kW portable EV charger, a 30kW wall-mount EV charger, a 60kW EV charger, a 150kW EV charger, and a 300kW EV charger. For fleet owners and operators, the chargers can be monitored through the Xosphere fleet management platform, enabling operators to remotely observe and maintain charging profiles and schedules.

ChargerConnectivityConnector TypeFeaturesDimensions
30kW EV Wall Mount Charger3G/4G/WiFi/ EthernetCCS110” Touchscreen, 16 ft. or 24 ft. Cable Length28” x 24” x 9.8”

 
30kW EV Portable Charger3G/4G/WiFi/ EthernetCCS110” Touchscreen, 16 ft. or 24 ft. Cable Length28” x 24” x 9.8”
60kW EV Charger3G/4G/WiFi/ EthernetCCS110” Touchscreen, 16 ft. or 24 ft. Cable Length215” x 31.5” x 64”

 
150kW EV Charger3G/4G/WiFi/ EthernetCCS110” Touchscreen, 16 ft. Cable Length215” x 31.5” x 64”
300kW Liquid Cooling EV Charger3G/4G/WiFi/ EthernetCCS110” Touchscreen, 16 ft. Cable Length215” x 31.5” x 64”

 

Additionally, Xos announced it has secured a purchase order from Morgan Services, a Chicago-based linen and uniform rental services provider, for nine Xos DC Fast Chargers. Morgan Services is a family-owned company that has been in business for over 130 years. The nine chargers will be installed in Morgan Services locations in Los Angeles.

Xos DC Fast Chargers will be offered as part of Xos Energy Solutions alongside the Xos Hub mobile charging station and Xos Serve, an on-demand infrastructure-as-a-service platform that includes site evaluations, energy storage development and installation, and energy consulting services.

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