AC charging (pile) station

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AC charging (pile) station

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create smarter and safer AC charging (pile) stations that provide energy to electric vehicles (EVs). Whether a Level 1 residential or Level 2 commercial charging subsystem, we have the right ingredients to efficiently transmit power from a single-phase or polyphase AC outlet at home or office to a vehicle.

Design requirements

    Modern AC charging (pile) stations require:

  • Faster, more efficient electric vehicle charging.
  • Real-time energy monitoring and connections to the grid.
  • Seamless billing options for drivers and operators.

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