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SMART CHARGING STATIONS

LEADING THE CHARGE

Dunamis electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are designed using cutting-edge hardware technology to be safe and reliable while offering drivers a user-friendly, premium charging experience. We rigorously test all our products to ensure they are rugged and built to withstand the elements.

Dunamis stations are part of a complete solution that includes 24/7 driver support, cloud-based software with features and plans for every industry, and world-class service and maintenance.

Service Offerings

Wall Mount Level II EV Charger

The standalone system is the ideal fit for property owners, businesses and municipalities interested in an EV charging solution for employees, customers, and residents.

Pedestal Mount Level II EV Charger

The standalone system is the ideal fit for property owners, businesses and municipalities interested in an EV charging solution for employees, customers, and residents.

DC Fast Charger

The standalone system is the ideal fit for property owners, businesses and municipalities interested in an EV charging solution for employees, customers, and residents.

DUNAMIS EV CHARGING FACTS

Most of today's electric vehicles have a driving range-per-charge between 50 to 330 miles. If your daily commute is under 250 miles per day, there is likely an affordable EV model that will fit your needs.

AC Level 1

Provides charging through a 120 V AC plug and does not require installation of additional charging equipment. Level 1 can typically deliver two to five miles of range per hour of charging. Level 1 is most often used in home applications, but is sometimes used at workplaces. A full charge may take up to 24 hours with level-1 120 V charging.

AC Level 2

Provides charging through a 240 V plug and requires the installation of additional charging equipment by a qualified electrician/installer. Level-2 chargers typically deliver 10 to 20 miles of range per hour of charging. Level 2 is used in homes, workplaces and for some public charging. Level 2 charging systems provide slight energy efficiency benefits over level 1 chargers - savings estimates vary based on length of charge time.


Electric Car Home Chargers

Charging an electric car or plug-in hybrid is mainly done at home. Home charging accounts actually for 80% of all charging done by EV drivers. This is why it’s important to understand the solutions available, along with the pros of each.

For every electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid, the use of a level 2 home charging station is recommended to help you charge faster and enjoy your EV’s full potential.

Save Big on Charging Costs

Another advantage of home charging is the low cost of residential electricity compared to the cost of public charging stations and the cost of gas.

The pros of home charging

To enjoy all the benefits of charging at home, you need to use a level 2 home charger.

It takes around four hours to fully charge a 30-kWh battery car (standard battery for an electric car), which allows you to make the most out of driving your EV, especially when you have a limited time to charge.

A fully charged battery in a few hours

A level 2 charger allows you to charge your electric car 5 to 7 times faster for a full-electric car or up to 3 times faster for a plug-in hybrid compared to a level 1 charger. This means you’ll be able to maximize the use of your EV and reduce stops to charge at public charging stations.

Electric Car Public Charging Stations

Public charging allows EV drivers to charge their electric cars on the road when they need to travel longer distances than allowed by their EV’s autonomy. These public chargers are often located near restaurants, shopping centers, parking spots, and such public spaces.

There are three main things to know about public charging: the 3 different levels of charging, the difference between connectors and the charging networks.

There are 3 standard charging levels used to charge electric cars. All-electric cars can be charged with level 1 and level 2 stations. These types of chargers offer the same charging power as the ones you can install at home. Level 3 chargers - also called DCFC or fast-charging stations - are much more powerful than level 1 and 2 stations, meaning you can charge an EV much faster with them. that being said, some vehicles cannot charge at level 3 chargers. Knowing your vehicle’s capabilities is therefore very important.


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