Sevadis launches MaxiCharger with LCD Screen

Sevadis LCD

An addition to Sevadis’ MaxiCharger electric vehicle charging point range, the MaxiCharger with LCD Screen offers a unique EV charging solution to businesses and organisations of all shapes, sizes and disciplines.

Complete with a 5in LCD touchscreen, EV drivers are provided with real-time, physical transparency of EV charging behaviour and data, enabling them to understand the duration of EV charging time, as well as costs associated with charging.

For businesses, the MaxiCharger with LCD Screen opens up ample advertising opportunities, allowing business owners to advertise their in-store/destination promotions, as well as communicate key messages to the EV drivers. This specific feature is ideal for public attractions, leisure destinations, retail businesses and the hospitality sector.

The MaxiCharger with LCD Screen offers three-phase, super-fast charging at 11kW and/or 22kW, enabling electric vehicle drivers to recharge their vehicles whilst at their workplace or public destination, ready for the electrified journey. Available in a wall-mounted solution, or the popular MaxiCharger Pillar (one-way, two-way, three-way and four-way options), the MaxiCharger with LCD Screen is suitable for all locations and electric vehicle charging requirements. With built-in PME fault detection (PEN Protection), the MaxiCharger with LCD Screen provides a safe and easy installation process for electricians, eliminating the requirement for earth rod/electrodes.

With its OCPP compatibility, the MaxiCharger with LCD Screen can be integrated with any OCPP back-office management system on the market, including electric vehicle charging platforms such as Monta and Fuuse.

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