Electric Vehicles

ClipperCreek Introduces the Highest Power EV Charging Station Available

July 02, 2013

The CS-100-3P charging station powers a Frito Lays delivery truck.

PPhoto: ClipperCreek
The CS-100-3P charging station powers a Frito Lays delivery truck.PPhoto: ClipperCreek

ClipperCreek, product developer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, announced the introduction of its CS-100-3P, a 30-kW, 80-amp, three-phase electric vehicle (EV) charger for use with commercial truck applications at the Alternative Clean Transportation Expo in Washington, DC June 24-27. This technology represents the highest power EV charging station available for commercial trucking applications.

While this three-phase unit exceeds the SAE-J1772 standard power range, it retains SAE-J1772 communications protocol to allow customers to adjust supply current ratings to meet their specific needs. This industry leading station will help expand commercial truck fleets as opportunity charging can now take place in a fraction of the time.

Higher power charging helps with the impact on the utility bill by increasing the flexibility of our customers because customers can now work with utilities to determine the best time to charge instead of being forced to charge right through peak demand times, according to David Packard, president of ClipperCreek.

ClipperCreek’s CS-100-3P joins ClipperCreek’s 19-kW CS-100 (80 amps single phase) as the highest power  electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSEs) on the market today.

ClipperCreek products are manufactured in Auburn, CA, USA.

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