Brisbane-based EV power administration and AC charging start-up Evos has revealed its EV charger for properties, the SB7.
The 7kW AC charger – designed and to be made in Australia – can add 35km of vary each hour of charging time and has a built-in power administration system that selects the best idle time to cost the car, or to leverage photo voltaic or battery energy.
The charger is wi-fi connection succesful, making certain Evos and/or the home-owner can monitor and management the charger, whereas software program updates may be made over-the-air (OTA).
It employs an end-to-end digital personal community (VPN) enabling a non-public and encrypted community that safeguards consumer privateness.
The Evos driver app permits drivers to watch the SB7 and the price of EV charging.
The free app permits customers to arrange completely different cost schedules, whereas the SB7 may be built-in to the Evos grid integration machine (GID) to be accessible early 2024.
It permits drivers to utilise their power higher by selecting between photo voltaic or battery charging, offering dynamic load administration and optimising tariff choice.
The SB7 has the most recent security options, akin to its welding detection functionality which permits the machine to detect a completely engaged switching contact which might put stay AC voltage on the cost cable.
Not solely can the SB7 detect this state of affairs, however it could additionally notify the cloud platform of the protection subject, and the charger can disconnect itself from the grid till the protection subject is rectified.
Ampol would be the nationwide distributor companion for Evos and the SB7 EV charger, along with Evos’ Fleet Home22 Charger launched final yr.
Each chargers will probably be accessible to the general public later this yr.