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    Charging solutions

Our charging solutions are interoperable in accordance with ISO 15118, DIN70121, OCPP 1.6 CE mark, EMC 61000-6-2, 61000-6-4, IEC 61851, IEC 61000.

We offer different charging options to respond to different customer requirements, both in terms of power limitations and space and operational restrictions.

In-depot charging

This is the easiest and most traditional, where a combo 2 connector is connected manually to the vehicle or automatically via a pantograph. It allows vehicles to be charged at lower power levels and is available from 50kW to 150 kW, in both outdoor and indoor models. This charging mode supports the batteries by ensuring proper operation as well as longer life.

Pantograph in depot

With this solution, we offer the possibility of complete automation of slow in-depot charging through the commissioning of pantographs (both bottom up and top down) installed above the parking spaces, replacing the solution of power supply through manual connection by an operator. The automation of the contact allows instant charging of the vehicles. This alternative reduces the presence of cables on the floor and, therefore, improves the safety of the operators.

Smart charging system

It is a customised solution that efficiently manages all charging conditions/restrictions in the depot. It identifies the different charging needs of the fleet in order to optimise the total power required. Our smart charging system solutions are multi-brand.

Opportunity Charging

Recommended when the vehicle has a reduced range and needs to be charged during the journey and can be operational 24/7. Charging is carried out during the journey, as well as in the depot. The charging stations are located at strategic points throughout the cities, at the end or start of each line, in order to charge/supply several buses or lines. The power of the chargers varies between 450 kW and 600 kW.

Roof-mounted pantograph

It is an articulated mechanism installed on the roof of the vehicle and a vault connected to the charger and placed on an adapted structure or pole. When the vehicle needs to charge the batteries, the pantograph arm extends and makes the appropriate connections. Its modern and minimalist design is designed to offer easy integration into the urban landscape.

Inverted pantograph

In this case the moving part of the pantograph is integrated into the loading infrastructure pole. The vehicle requires only one additional part for charging. The vehicle can be charged in just a few minutes.