DC Fast Charging

Useful Fast Charging Solutions

Our Level 3 DC fast charger boasts a cutting-edge design, offering exceptional charging capabilities of up to 150 kW. Engineered with a focus on both efficiency and security, these chargers are meticulously crafted to provide unparalleled reliability and safety for your customers’ charging requirements. Whether it’s a quick top-up during a busy day or a full charge for a long journey, our chargers deliver the power and peace of mind needed to keep electric vehicles on the move.

DC fast charging can be a strategic investment for businesses looking to attract and serve the growing number of electric vehicle owners while also generating revenue and demonstrating their commitment to sustainability.

Experience unparalleled charging speed with our DC fast charger, delivering 60/90/120/150kW options. Rest assured with CE certification, ensuring compliance and safety. Our chargers boast customizable designs tailored to client specifications, with the flexibility to combine different connectors like CCS2+CCS2 and CCS2+GBT. Discover efficient, reliable, and tailored EV charging solutions today

  • With 60kW,90kW,120kW and 150kW option 
  • A 7-inch display screen can display the charging status in real time
  • Three charging state indication including power supply, charging, fault.
  • Obtained CE certificate.

DC Fast Charging Offers Advantages for Business

Charging Speed

DC fast chargers can charge electric vehicles (EVs) much faster compared to standard Level 2 chargers. This allows businesses to serve more customers in a shorter amount of time, increasing the turnover rate of EV charging spots and potentially attracting more customers who prioritize convenience.


With faster charging times, EV owners can stop at a business establishment, quickly charge their vehicles, and continue with their activities without significant waiting times. This convenience can attract more customers to the business, potentially increasing foot traffic and sales.

Customer Attraction and Loyalty

Providing DC fast charging can attract EV owners to the business, especially if there are limited fast charging options available in the area. Offering this service can build loyalty among EV drivers who may choose to frequent the business over competitors that do not offer fast charging.


Revenue Generation

Some businesses may choose to monetize their fast charging stations by charging a fee for their use. This can provide an additional revenue stream for the business while also covering the cost of installing and maintaining the charging infrastructure.


Environmental Responsibility

By offering fast charging, businesses demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability and support for clean transportation. This can enhance the business’s reputation and appeal to environmentally conscious consumers.

Regulatory Compliance and Incentives

In some regions, businesses may be incentivized or required by regulations to install EV charging stations, especially fast chargers, as part of efforts to promote electric vehicle adoption and reduce emissions. By installing DC fast chargers, businesses can ensure compliance with regulations and potentially qualify for incentives or subsidies.

Different Industries with Ideal Chargers

Parking Operators
Green Housing
Property Developers

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use the air conditioner while charging?

Yes, you can. For some vehicles, you need to turn off the system before charging and then turn it back on after starting the charge to use the air conditioner. However, newer vehicles do not require you to turn off the system and can be used continuously.

Does using the air conditioner while charging affect the battery?

It does not affect the battery but does affect the charging speed. When charging, the air conditioner and the battery are in parallel, with a small portion of the power going to the air conditioner and most of it going to the battery.

Can I charge in rain, snow, or during a thunderstorm?

Yes. As long as the connector is free of water or debris before plugging in, it’s safe to charge in rain or snow. After plugging in, the connector is waterproof. Charging stations, charge points, lines, and cars are all designed with lightning protection, making it safe to charge during a thunderstorm. However, it is recommended that people stay indoors during storms for added safety.

Can I sleep in the car while charging?

It is not recommended to sleep in the car while charging! Due to current battery technology limitations, you can stay in the car but should not sleep. According to national standards, the battery should not catch fire or explode within 5 minutes of thermal runaway, giving occupants time to evacuate safely.

At what battery level should I charge?

It is best to keep the battery level between 20% and 80%. You should charge when the battery falls below 20%. If you have home charging available, you can charge as needed; slow charging does not affect the battery. The car is just a tool, and you should use it as needed without worrying about running it down to 0%.

To what level should I charge the battery?

For slow charging, you can charge to any level, and fully charging is best. For fast charging, it is recommended to charge up to 80%. Some fast charge stations will automatically stop charging at around 95% to avoid overcharging. Keeping the battery at a low level for an extended period can reduce its lifespan. If the car will not be used for a long time (over 3 months), charge to 80% and check the car monthly, also charging the auxiliary battery.

Does frequent fast charging damage the car battery?

Compared to slow charging, frequent fast charging can damage the battery to some extent, accelerating cell polarization and causing lithium plating. When lithium plating occurs, the number of lithium ions decreases, reducing the battery’s capacity and affecting its lifespan.

What should I pay attention to after fast charging? How should I choose between fast and slow charging?

Except for lithium iron phosphate batteries, allowing the car battery to rest for a short time after fast charging helps lithium metal revert to lithium ions, restoring the critical temperature to normal. However, frequent fast charging reduces the battery’s ability to recover. To prolong battery life, it is recommended to use slow charging for daily use and fast charging only in emergencies, or to slow charge the battery once a week for maintenance

What are the different charging methods for electric vehicles?

The main charging methods for electric vehicles are fast charging, slow charging, battery swapping, wireless charging, and mobile charging.

What is wireless charging and mobile charging?

Wireless charging usually involves charging and discharging through wireless charging pads embedded in parking spaces and roads, without using cables or wires, automatically connecting to the grid. Mobile charging is an extension of wireless charging, allowing the car to charge while cruising on the road without needing to find a charging station. The mobile charging system is embedded beneath a section of the road, designated as a charging lane, and does not require additional space.

What should I do if my electric car won't charge?

The charging process for electric vehicles includes six steps: physical connection, low-voltage auxiliary power-up, charging handshake, charging parameter configuration, charging, and shutdown. If a charging failure or interruption occurs during this process, the charging station will display an error code indicating the cause of the failure. These codes can be found online, but it is time-consuming. It is recommended to call the charging station’s customer service or ask the staff to determine whether the issue is with the car or the charging station, or to try a different charging station.

What should be noted when charging an electric vehicle in the rain?

Electric vehicle owners may worry about electric leakage while driving or charging in the rain. However, national regulations strictly control the waterproof performance of charging stations and charging gun sockets to prevent such accidents. The vehicle’s power battery is also designed to be waterproof, and the charging port has an insulating seal. Therefore, it is safe to charge an electric vehicle in the rain. If possible, use an umbrella or other protection to keep the charging port and charging gun dry, and ensure your hands are dry when plugging in or unplugging the charging gun and closing the vehicle’s charging cover. In severe weather such as thunderstorms or typhoons, avoid outdoor charging to ensure personal and vehicle safety.

What should be noted if an electric vehicle is not used for a long time?

If an electric vehicle is not used for a long period, keep the battery level between 50% and 80%. Avoid having the battery fully charged or too low when not using the car for several days. Just like extreme dieting or overeating is harmful to the stomach, maintaining a moderate battery level is better for battery health and longevity. If the vehicle is not used for more than a month, charge it slowly when you start using it again. During long periods of inactivity, recharge the battery every 1-2 months to prevent performance degradation

Can an electric vehicle be charged overnight?

Yes, but ensure that you use charging components that meet national standards and do not use unsafe methods like “fly line” charging. The battery will automatically stop charging when fully charged.

What should be noted when charging an electric vehicle in summer?

In hot weather, avoid charging in direct sunlight. If possible, do not charge immediately after driving. Choose a cool, ventilated environment for charging.

In hot weather, avoid charging in direct sunlight. If possible, do not charge immediately after driving. Choose a cool, ventilated environment for charging.

There is electromagnetic radiation, but it is not harmful to humans. (1) Electromagnetic radiation is everywhere; the Earth itself is a huge electromagnetic field. Sunlight and all household appliances emit electromagnetic radiation. As long as it is below a certain intensity, it is harmless to humans. Current charging stations are manufactured according to strict national standards, and their electromagnetic radiation is well within safe limits. (2) National regulations set strict standards for electromagnetic radiation from various devices. Measurements show that the electromagnetic radiation from electric vehicles is lower than that of commonly used smartphones. (3) Only high-intensity electromagnetic radiation and extremely high-frequency ionizing radiation are harmful to humans, requiring distance to avoid excessive exposure, such as from TV transmission towers, large substations, and X-ray equipment in hospitals.

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  • Multiple charging solutions available
  • Compatible with most EVs
  • Adaptable for different types of businesses
  • Durable and workable safety features