BG SyncEV launches new Balancer for multi-charger management

BG SyncEV launches new Balancer for multi-charger management

BG SyncEV has expanded its range of EV chargers with the introduction of Balancer, a new multi-charger load management for commercial properties that’s available with no additional subscription cost.

The BG SyncEV Balancer load management system is engineered to integrate with existing building wiring and supports up to 16 chargers. The device dynamically monitors available power and communicates with connected chargers to ensure each receives equal power, allowing for easy expansion with additional chargers in the future.

Optimising power usage, it provides dynamic load management to allocate available power from the building to connected vehicles. This ensures efficient charging without the need for complex queuing systems and allows for more vehicles to be charged simultaneously without exceeding a building’s safe power limits.

The Balancer operates locally without requiring an ongoing network connection or costly subscription, providing a cost-effective option for commercial EV charging.

The BG SyncEV Balancer detects and accommodates the number of chargers connected, handling up to 16 chargers with ease, the company says. This future-proofs EV installations by ensuring businesses can easily install and expand their EV charging capacity as charging needs evolve, and it can also prevent the need for complex set-ups and costly modifications.

Designed to be easy to install, and without having to upgrade the building’s existing power supply, the Balancer can be easily connected to existing and future EV chargers and balances the available power automatically, creating a smooth experience for the user.

Three different versions of the Balancer, including single and three phase options, are available to suit each user and their infrastructure’s needs.

The new BG SyncEV Balancers are available to purchase from local electrical wholesalers.

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