FEV, the world’s leading powertrain and automotive technology service provider, has cooperated with German energy company uniper to develop a mobile power supply for electric vehicles, foreign media reported.
The company said such devices could be used to meet peak demand without significant investment in grid construction and substations. The device, called mobile fast charger (MFC), can operate independently of the power grid and will be replaced once the battery runs out.
This mobile fast charger is compact in size, with a length and width of only 1.2mx1.25m and a height of 2.5m, and can provide 150kwh of usable energy capacity, equivalent to 1000km of pure electric range. In addition, the device also allows two electric vehicles to be charged simultaneously through CCS2.0 and chademo charging standards, with the maximum parallel power of 75kW.
The FEV uses a high performance cooling system and a dedicated cooling strategy to handle the high heat generated by the compact enclosure. The system layout not only supports high charging current, but also ensures safe operation of the charger even in extreme weather conditions. In addition, FEV will also obtain CE certification proof of concept (POC), because the device can meet the most stringent safety requirements and has been successfully tested in the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) laboratory.
In addition, mobile fast charger can be managed as Internet of things (IOT) device to realize remote status monitoring and operation management. FEV has developed a highly complex operation management system (OMS) for POC flawless operation and remote access to real-time data. With remote access, uniper can track operating conditions such as battery temperature, charging state and power, as well as charging station location. In addition, the billing process of IOT devices can be managed through the back-end connection.
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