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ChargePoint™ Networked Charging Stations

The CT1500 and CT2500 families of ChargePoint™ Networked Charging Stations, manufactured by Coulomb Technologies, are specifically designed for the European market.

The CT1500 family of charging stations supports 230V @ 16A (CEE7 or BS 1363 socket) charging. The CT2500 family of charging stations supports both 230V @16A (CEE7 or BS 1363 socket) and Single or Three Phase 230V @ 32A IEC 62196-2-2 (Mennekes) charging.

The ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations combined with the ChargePoint Network Operating System (NOS) form a smart charging infrastructure for plug-in electric vehicles called the ChargePointSM Network. Each local group of charging stations automatically forms a robust self-healing Radio Frequency (RF) mesh network managed by a single gateway charging station—a version of the networked charging stations incorporating an embedded GSM cellular modem in addition to RF mesh network functionality. Up to 100 charging
stations can communicate to and be managed by a single gateway charging station. The gateway charging station, in turn, utilizes the local cellular network to communicate with the ChargePoint NOS, which runs on a remote secure hosted server managed by Coulomb
Technologies. The ChargePoint NOS provides multiple web-based portals for drivers, charging station owners, installers, fleet operators, and utility companies.

Further information including technical specifications are available by downloading the attached pdf file.

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