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What Is Fast Charging?

Batteries need direct current, or DC, to both charge and discharge, but your local power grid operates using alternating current, or AC. This means that the AC must be converted to DC so that the battery can be charged, which requires a converter, either onboard the vehicle or in the charger itself. To increase the speed of conversion, and subsequently charging, the charging and converter components must be larger and heavier. While many vehicles have small onboard chargers that perform the power conversion, increasing the size of in-vehicle components make it heavier and more complex.

DC fast charging, also referred to as Level 3 charging, takes care of these problems. In EVs that are capable of using the technology, fast chargers bypass the onboard charger and send power to the battery directly. The rate of charging can reach 15 times that of other chargers, and in some cases can add as much as 75 percent or more of battery capacity in as little as 30 minutes.

If you have any problems with charging new energy vehicles, you can continue to pay attention to AE, EV charger R&D and manufacturing experts

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