Autel Energy to Debut MaxiCharger DC HiPower at CES

Autel Energy to Debut MaxiCharger DC HiPower at CES

This release will be in conjunction with the latest innovations in Autel Charge Cloud.

Autel Energy announced that the company is set to exhibit once again at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

CES is scheduled for Jan. 9-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The company said it will showcase its residential and commercial EV-charging solutions, including “the highly anticipated debut of the MaxiCharger DC HiPower in conjunction with the latest innovations in Autel Charge Cloud.”

Autel Energy said it will present live demonstrations of the MaxiCharger DC HiPower, showcasing these features:

  • Ultra-fast and efficient charging experience – With a maximum output power of 640 kW, and liquid-cooling technology, it can provide up to a range of 250 miles in just 10 minutes. Furthermore, it boasts a maximum single cable output power of 480 kW, setting a new benchmark in the industry.
  • Intelligent operation to optimize power efficiency – Autel’s Energy Cube and AI-driven switching algorithms optimizes power efficiency and reduces costs. The operational intelligence it provides through load balancing not only minimizes power consumption but also significantly enhances station performance.
  • Reliability to drive high uptime – Autel’s unified hardware and software design ensures minimal failure rates, enhanced maintainability, and optimal uptime. The product showcases an exceptional vehicle-charger compatibility rate of up to 99.5%, coupled with an equally remarkable one-time charge success rate of up to 99.5%.
  • Scalable and future-proof solutions – The MaxiCharger DC HiPower starts at 320 kW and can be expanded up to 640 kW by adding power modules, compatible with solar power, energy storage, and energy management systems (EMS). In addition, multiple dispensers allow users to charge up to 8 vehicles simultaneously.

The MaxiCharger DC HiPower caters to on-the-go smart-charging and destination smart-charging scenarios, Autel said. It optimizes total cost of ownership (TCO) and energy utilization for CPOs, grids and energy companies, while providing reliable hardware and efficient cloud management for fleets, ensuring optimal fleet operation at the lowest cost. It delivers maximum value to customers in both scenarios, according to the company.

“We are ready to return to CES with the most thrilling and advanced charging solutions imaginable,” said Shane Long, chief technology officer of Autel Energy US. “We are committed to being this industry’s leader by providing the ultimate comprehensive charging experience to consumers while promoting the transition to a greener future through our cutting-edge technology.”

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