Our technology partner is ChargePoint, the world’s largest electric vehicle charging network.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, USA, the company designs, develops, manufactures and supports all of the technology that powers our network, from charging station hardware to energy management software, cloud services and an optional innovative mobile app.
All of InstaVolt’s chargers are ChargePoint rapid DC chargers.
All our stations are at least 50kW DC rapid stations, ensuring you can be back on the road in minutes
Clear displays signal station status and assist the driver through the charging process
Any EV with DC rapid charging capability can be accommodated with open standard connectors
Stations and power modules are supported 24/7 ensuring they are always available for drivers
Our charging units can be upgraded up to 350kW as battery technology develops.
All our rapid DC chargers are a minimum 50kW and can be upgraded to 350kW, offering the fastest rates of charge and allowing you to get back on the road in minutes.
The CPE250 features a large format 20” LED display signals station status from a distance, 10” LCD touchscreen for driver interaction and display of car charging status, instructional videos and more.
Swing arms make it easy to reach vehicle charging ports in any location and keep them off the ground.
Exceptional charging capacity in a slim package provides considerable installation flexibility and is visually pleasing.
Any EV with DC rapid charging capabilities can be accommodated with open standard connectors: CHAdeMO, CCS1 (SAE J1772™ Combo), CCS2 (IEC 61851-23), GB/T (20234.3-2011 DtC).
Minimal moving parts and liquid cooling technology increase reliability and minimise ongoing field service for maintenance.
Modular components are field installable without any specialised tools or expertise.
ChargePoint support monitors stations and power modules remotely 24×7. Intelligent diagnostics and machine learning techniques predictively prevent failures and ensure stations are always available for drivers.
Our charging units can be upgraded up to 350kW as battery technology develops, meaning we don’t need to remove them out of the ground and replace them as technology evolves.