Utilizing all available capacity and balancing it intelligently
Don’t let power limitations in your building be a limiting factor for your EV charging capacity needs today and in the future. ZapCharger Pro has built-in features to support power sharing and phase switching.
Controlling these features allows all charging units to utilize all the power available in your installation and provide the fastest and most optimal charging speed at all times.
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Due to the phase balancing feature, ZapCharger system is 60% more efficient than traditional systems.
Unique phase balancing enables up to 22 kW for all charging stations
Each and every ZapCharger Pro in an installation can deliver from 1.4kW up to 22kW (or 110 km per hour of EV range). Each charging station can support one-phase or three-phase charging at any level.
The optimal mode of each charging station is determined by the ZapCloud algorithm based on the overall load of the system. Dynamic phase balancing (patent pending) allows our system to handle both one-phase and three-phase charging simultaneously, thereby optimizing the use of all available power while preventing grid imbalance.
Dynamic load balancing across all charging stations
The ZapCloud is running the load and phase balancing algorithm and will ensure your installation achieves the best utilization of all your available power.
Power is dynamically routed to the chargers that are in use, whether the need is as low as 1.4kW or as high as 22kW. The balancing algorithm in ZapCloud also ensures that the load across phases in the installation is as evenly distributed as possible.
Queuing system intelligently distributes load over time
With a queueing system managed by the ZapCloud, there is theoretically no limit to how many ZapCharger Pros you can connect on a single circuit, but we recommend to look at expected usage before deciding how many charging stations you connect to a single circuit.
The ZapCharger Pro solution first shares all available power among all connected cars and if the configurable minimum charge current can’t be guaranteed, remaining cars will be placed in queue and moved forward as soon as a car is finished charging or disconnected. In practice, this rarely happens, due to the optimal use of available capacity.