Autel Energy Launches MaxiCharger DC HiPower

Autel Energy Introduces MaxiCharger DC HiPower

The electric-vehicle charger delivers maximum power of 640 kilowatts.

Autel Energy announced the official launch of its latest innovation, the MaxiCharger DC HiPower, now available for customers across the United States.

The electric-vehicle charger delivers maximum power of 640 kilowatts for fast-charging needs, “making it one of the fastest and most efficient charging solutions for electric vehicles on the market today,” according to Autel Energy.  

Features include:

  • Ultra-fast charging – With a maximum output power of 640 kilowatts and liquid-cooling technology, it can provide up to a range of 250 miles in 10 minutes.
  • Intelligent operation to optimize power efficiency – Autel’s Energy Cube and AI-driven switching algorithms, along with load-balancing to minimize power consumption, help to optimize power efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Reliability to drive high uptime – Autel’s unified hardware and software design ensures minimal failure rates, enhanced maintainability and optimal uptime. The product boasts a vehicle-charger compatibility rate of up to 99.9%, with a one-time charge success rate of up to 99.5%, according to the company.  
  • Scalability – The MaxiCharger DC HiPower starts at 320 kilowatts and can be expanded up to 640 kilowatts by adding power modules. Multiple dispensers means users can charge up to eight vehicles simultaneously.

“We are thrilled to introduce the MaxiCharger DC HiPower to the U.S. market,” said Michelle Luo, the CRO of Autel Energy US. “This product embodies our dedication to safety, efficiency and user convenience, and we are confident that it will transform the EV charging experience for consumers and businesses alike.”

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