Powered by a 120 kW diesel generator, this self-contained system does not require connection to local power grids or infrastructure. - Photo: Larson Electronics

Powered by a 120 kW diesel generator, this self-contained system does not require connection to local power grids or infrastructure.

Photo: Larson Electronics

With the Larson Electronics portable electric vehicle (EV) charging station, establishments can now deploy their own generator-powered EV charging system in temporary applications and remote areas – without reliance on local power.

The Level 3 charger for EVs is fully portable via a heavy-duty skid platform. Skid pockets enable the system to be transported easily using forklifts or other vehicles.

Powered by a 120 kW diesel generator, this self-contained system does not require connection to local power grids or infrastructure. The presence of a generator also makes the entire fast-charging solution more flexible, allowing individuals to deploy the unit in outdoor events, open arenas, car ports, parking lots, commercial sites, and other temporary locations.

This system has two accessible ports with 12-foot charging cords and delivers 62.5kW output. The DC charging station is designed for the following types of EVs: Tesla, Nissan, Chevrolet, BMW, Ford, and more.

Capable of reaching 96% charging efficiency, these portable units are compatible with the following open standard connectors:

  • CHAdeMO
  • CCS1 (SAE J1772™ Combo)
  • CCS2 (IEC 61851-23)

Trailer-mounted versions of this system are also offered for quick charging on the side of roads, as well as slow EV charging stations.

Originally posted on Government Fleet