Rhombus launches new bidirectional charging resolution for medium- and heavy-duty EV fleets

Rhombus Vitality Options has launched a brand new bidirectional “EV charging dispenser.” The RES-D2-CS20 has been licensed by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) and the CSA Group to be used in medium- and heavy-duty fleet functions. The corporate calls it an ideal match for the Rhombus 60 kW and 125 kW Energy Conditioning Programs.

Rhombus’s bidirectional charger allows Car-to-Grid (V2G) performance, which permits fleet operators to return vitality to the grid throughout peak demand hours or to be use it to energy buildings in a behind-the-meter state of affairs.

Rhombus has been constructing high-power inverters to allow behind-the-meter vitality storage for renewable vitality techniques for a number of years, and has utilized that experience to the design of its latest-generation bidirectional EV charging techniques, that are designed particularly for fleet operators.

Electrical utility San Diego Gasoline and Electrical has added Rhombus’s chargers to its accepted tools listing.

The corporate’s vitality administration system controller and software program is embedded in its EV charging techniques and sensible inverters. Rhombus has constructed lots of of V2G-capable chargers and bidirectional sensible inverters for varied sizes and courses of EVs.

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