The upgradeable and modular system design enables a strategic deployment of charging infrastructure in line with the market development while the investment is protected for the future
Reduced capital expenditure
Save initial investment costs and start smart, with one non discriminative charging station, by sharing 100 - 120 kW DC power capacity for two electric vehicles and simply scale up later with minimized processes and cost.
Instead of investing in multiple charging stations one Ultra Fast Charger can serve up to four customers at the same time. That reduces not only the investment in charging stations but also installation costs like the connection to transformer substations, cabling, construction material and labour cost.
Due to the small footprint of 90cm x 90cm and a low weight in comparison with other multi-standard high power chargers on the market, a minimal effort to embed the standardized base in concrete is needed. The installation and configuration is as easy as “plug and play”. The Ultra Fast Charger dynamically limits the charging power to the connected vehicles to avoid an overload of the substation. Smart investors plan for a substation upgrade in the future inline with a forthcoming increased charging demand.
Economized operating costs
Delta’s Ultra Fast Charger is maintenance-free and ensures continuous operation. In a rare case that service is needed, the Ultra Fast Charger can be opened at three sites that enables one service technician to easily exchange failed parts.
The modular system design ensures availability. Even if one of the up to 15 power modules fail, the charger can still operate with only 10 kW reduced DC power. The light weight of the 10kW power modules can be handled by one single technician, therefore the maintenance time is reduced and the access to all vital components of the Ultra Fast Charger is easy, allowing rapid and economic on-site service.
Several countries offer incentives supporting the installation of charging stations. Referring to fast chargers, incentive-schemes rapidly are starting differentiating on offered output power, in order to make sure that the installed equipment will support next-gen EVs asking for 70kW (like KIA SOUL or Hyundai IONIC are already taking today), 100kW and 150kW charging power. In Germany up to 300 Million Euro are made available to charging station investors, and the incentive rules clearly offer a premium for charger with a DC-Output of over 100kW.
ULTRA FAST CHARGER is therefore guaranteeing you the maximum %-contribution in the homeland of future premium EVs — up to 30’000 Euro per ULTRA FAST CHARGER! German sales representative will be happy to help you defining the optimal configuration for getting the maximum subsidy.