New Farnell technical guide shifts focus to EV charging

New Farnell technical guide shifts focus to EV charging

Farnell has announced the release of its latest solutions guide which focuses on electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The company believes it will be the definitive resource for all aspects of EV charging station development, from power management to connectivity to security.

The guide recognises the diversity of EV charging station requirements and their respective applications as they rapidly populate areas ranging from residential neighbourhoods and commercial complexes to workplaces, public spaces, and designated corporate fleet charging platforms. Whether a developer is creating a new solution for occasional vehicle charging or innovative quick charge stations for busy travellers on the go, the guide is designed to help them arrive at the ideal EV charging infrastructure for their application faster, and more confidently.

Ankur Tomar, Farnell’s Regional Solutions Marketing Manager, says, “We have devoted many hours of technical expertise into this guide. The entire team of contributors felt it was vital to share their expertise to ensure that all those who are engaging in the development of EV charging solutions were able to get definitive answers that would enable them to make fast, yet highly confident decisions. We believe all of that knowledge, and more, is reflected in its content, making it a useful how-to-guide that incorporates all the relevant technical information too.”

In addition to the new solutions guide, Farnell has amassed a huge repository of online information on EV charger solutions, from details about power distribution units, input protection, connectors and payment security through to microcontrollers, PLCs and everything in between. The library of materials for EVs is readily available with not only practical application and operational details, but detailed individual product information and pricing.

Ankur adds, “This is one of the most comprehensive reference resources we have ever complied, and it illustrates the importance we place on EV charging and associated markets. It is an especially valuable source of information for the transition to more efficient energy use.”

Farnell’s EV solutions guide can be downloaded by clicking here, while the EV reference library can be accessed by clicking here.

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