Why is DC Monitoring Necessary for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations?

Electric vehicles (EVs) are constantly increasing and are expected to grow even faster in the future. It will also compel the development of the charging station infrastructure, as DC charging stations are the first option when electric vehicles need charging in the fastest possible time.  Relative to this, safety is the most crucial thing to […]

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Maintenance Check of an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger

Are you considering installing an electric vehicle (EV) charger in your homes, adding multiple chargers to your company’s employee parking lot, or investing in commercial charging stations? Well, whatever you are here for, consider more than the initial costs; you also need to check for its maintenance expenses. Above the purchase, installation, and ongoing energy […]

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The Solar Energy Storage System And EV Charger Combined

Solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation transforms energy from the sun into electricity using solar panels. The latter, also known as photovoltaic or PV panels, are combined into arrays within a PV system. PV systems can be installed in grid-connected or off-grid configurations wherein the two configurations’ essential components are disconnects, optimizers, inverters, combiner boxes, and […]

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A Smart Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger Is A Must for Homes

There is a vast potential for power overload when using electricity in homes since residential power is very diverse. Thus, you must be cautious not to simultaneously turn on all your home devices.  For example, people have a 10kW shower for an hour that also uses a hair dryer, washing machine, electric oven, and other […]

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What is a Current Leakage in Electric Vehicles (EVs)?

Let us make the concept of current leakage in an electric vehicle simple.  So, for example, we have the most basic electrical circuit comprising a customer, a switch, and a battery. You connect the consumer to the battery so it can be switched off or on at will. If you close the electrical circuit with […]

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