Magenta Mobility unveils EV charger with 12 outputs


E-mobility solutions provider Magenta Mobility has launched an electric vehicle (EV) charger with 12 charging outputs of 3.3 kW each. The charger, called Plent (short for ‘plenty’), can cater to multiple EVs simultaneously and thus reduces the cost per charging point. It is especially suited for fleet operators and residential societies.

Plent comprises a central control unit (CCU) as its brain, working in harmony with twelve dispensing units. It is built to the unique requirements of the Indian market. 

“With charging times ranging from 3 to 3.5 hours, minimal downtime, competitive pricing, and exceptional performance and quality, [Plent] efficiently caters to the charging needs of electric 2-wheelers, 3-wheelers, and 4-wheelers,” stated Magenta. “It incorporates system-level temperature monitoring and power and protection features guaranteeing optimal charging performance while ensuring an unmatched level of safety during the charging process without the need for additional switchgear.”

Plent complies with OCPP 1.6 standards, which means it seamlessly connects with various charging networks. It also allows over-the-air updates. A seven-inch touch display enhances usability and ensures that charging stations are always equipped with the latest enhancements and features. The real-time data tracking and storage capabilities enable effortless analysis and monitoring of charging logs, allowing for efficient management of charging operations.




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