Evnex E-Series (T2-Socketed/7.4kW)

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Electrical Properties

Charging capacity  7.4kW, 32A single phase (E7)
Voltage  230VAC-400VAC
Cable configuration  Open socketed
PSU Integrated, low standby current (79-265VAC)

 

Connectivity & Features 

WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Ethernet  Yes
Local configuration interface Bluetooth LE
Display LED (Network, Charge, Fault)
Control & monitoring EVNEX CP Link Dashboard
Communication protocol  OCPP 1.6J
Authorisation  RFID ISO/IEC 14443, 13.56 MHz
Expansion  Includes additional isolated RS-485

 

Safety 

Compliance IEC 61851-1:2017, IEC 61000-6-3:2011, IEC 61000-6-2:2016, CE
DC Leakage detection Yes, 6mA
Protection Over voltage, under voltage, over current, over temperature, ground fault

 

Physical 

Dimensions 373 (height) x 212 (width) x 142 (depth)
Operating temperature

-25°C to 55°C

WHY PURCHASE AN EV?

The running costs of battery electric vehicles (BEV) are considerably less than petrol/diesel cars. Maintenance costs are low due to the fact that electric vehicle motors have few moving parts.

The future is looking green. The electrification of transport is one way in which we can help address the issues of climate change. Electric vehicles emit 80% less CO2 than an equivalent petrol vehicle when being driven in New Zealand because electricity generated here is typically at least 80% renewable (the main sources being hydro, geothermal and wind).

Battery vehicles emit 60% fewer climate change emissions over their full life cycle than petrol vehicles, even when you take into account raw material extraction, battery manufacture, vehicle manufacture and shipping. 

Why choose us?

Reason One

We provide superior value with our tailored charging solutions, providing differentiation to our customers through our products and services.

Reason Two

We see the world through the eyes of our customers, helping you make informed choices that will have a positive long lasting impact.

100% NZ Owned & Operated

Our company is 100% New Zealand owned and we see this as a real point of difference. We are a Kiwi Company just like all of our customers.

EV Charging Fundamentals

Resources

The are two different types of charging in electric vehicles. They're known as alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) power.

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