US LED Rolls Out Ultra-Fast EV Chargers

New systems are compatible with most electric vehicle models
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Photograph courtesy of US LED

HOUSTON US LED, a provider of LED lighting products, has expanded the TurboEVC product family to include new ultra-fast Level 3 DC charging technology.

These new Level 3 DC chargers can facilitate most electric vehicle (EV) models, including those with high-voltage battery systems. TurboEVC Level 3 DC chargers are best suited for serving the public or fleets, including cars, buses and trucks. Because of its modularity, TurboEVC offers charging capability of up to 120kW and can charge two vehicles at once.

TurboEVC is available for retailers, fueling stations, convenience stores and logistics companies. In addition to providing charging stations, US LED offers turnkey installation and network assistance that include Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP)-compliant software for managing multiple stations. Owners can customize stations to meet their specific requirements, including setting price policies for public use or making stations available for fleet operations only.

"Our expansion into ultra-fast DC charging gives us an unparalleled combination of green technology solutions," said Ron Farmer, CEO of US LED. "Few if any companies in the market provide advanced EV charging technology, turnkey lighting solutions including stadium lighting and signage on a national level. All supported by a world-class project management team that assists our customers from conception to completion."

Features of the TurboEVC Level 3 DC Charger include cable management systems, mobile app authentication, a casing to resist vandalism and more.

Since 2001, Houston-based US LED has been a provider of commercial lighting, signage and building technology.

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