Magenta Power Launches EV Charging Stations

Magenta Power Launches EV Charging Stations

This series of charging stations are best suited for community charging such as offices, malls and residential societies.

In a bid to support government’s National eMobility program, solar power systems provider Magenta Power has launched its electric vehicle (EV) charging stations called ‘ChargeGrid’ series.

The company said in a statement that this new series is the country’s first fully integrated, unmanned and payment enabled open network of smart charging solutions which can turn any location into a vehicle charging station.

This series of charging stations are best suited for community charging such as offices, malls and residential societies.

Moreover, this next generation charger ‘ChargeGrid PRO’ comes online connected, with a mobile app and a command centre.

The mobile app provides EV owner the convenience of locating charging stations on a map, book charging slots, get updates on charging, recommendations on time-of-day use and paying charges online.

And the command center brings complete visibility to chargers, performance along with integration with various platform.

Commenting on the launch, Magenta Power’s MD Maxson Lewis said “the customized EV charging solutions forms the infrastructure backbone for a growing EV ecosystem and provides customers access to energy-efficient options with ease. We hope these handy solutions will encourage the EV switch and help address the ongoing challenges among EV users. The Smart charging solutions is designed balancing the individual, corporate and community uses.”

Besides, this weatherproof charger contains multiple charging options including Type-2 connector for the new EVs being launched, and also has an LCD Screen to track consumption and LEDs to indicate charging status when in use.

Also, this ChargeGrid Pro Series comes in two variants for multiple applications. While the IEC socket is standard, the second socket could be a 16A Domestic Socket or a Type2 connector. The BT model is Bluetooth enabled & an add-on feature, adding further ease of use and monitoring.

Its priced between Rs 11,000 and Rs 50,000. ChargeGrid LITE costs Rs 11,799 and ChargeGrid PRO has two variants, PRO-3P for Rs 32,499 and PRO-T2 costing around Rs 39,499. ChargeGrid ULTRA costs Rs 48,699.

The product is already available with Lynx distribution channel, leading auto dealers and online via Amazon.

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Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.