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As India gears up for revolution in mobility, Exicom is all set to offer customers e-charging with convenience. Recently, the company has won EESL bid to supply 125 chargers through techno-commercial bidding process. These chargers are already installed successfully. These chargers are developed in-line with the Bharat AC 001 and Bharat DC 001 specifications released by Department of Heavy Industries, Government of India in November 2017. Bharat DC 001 specifications follow GB/T for less than 100V, 15kW and for more than 100V, the specifications are yet to be released by the Government of India.
The EXICOM DC charger comes with a single vehicle charging, two connector architecture where connector A can charge at 48V/60V/72V at 3.3 kW and connector B can charge at 48V/60V/72V at 15 kW using GB/T 20234.3 connector whereas, AC charger comes with three output of 230V, 15A each using IEC 60309 Industrial sockets. These chargers are Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) compliant which offers an uniform solution for communication between charge point and central system.