Rolec’s UltraSMART EV System Expands Its Features
By Kyle Lindsay
Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 15:30
UK charge point manufacturer Rolec EV has expanded upon the range of features available through its UltraSMART EV intelligent Smart technology platform.
UltraSMART EV has been designed to provide an EV charging network operator, from a large fleet operation through to an international airport, with the ability to deploy all aspects of EV charging within a tailor made management solution.
In addition to its ability to manage extensive charge point networks at home, in the workplace and in public, UltraSMART EV has now broadened its capabilities to incorporate a range of impressive new features, including:
Battery Storage Integration – Provides UltraSMART EV with the ability to call upon previously stored battery power as and when required. This feature can also direct renewable power sources such as wind turbines and solar.
GridSMART – Allows UltraSMART EV to monitor, manage and balance EV charging networks on a regional scale across the grid.
Third Party Connectivity – Enables UltraSMART EV to connect to third party operators – including utility companies, fleet operations, councils, etc.
Load Manager – Provides UltraSMART EV with the ability to efficiently manage EV charging networks even when electricity availability is limited.
DC Rapid Charge Integration – This feature enables UltraSMART EV to interact with third party DC Rapid Chargers and, when required, connect them to Rolec’s EV Charge Online Pay-As-You-Go charging system.
Kieron Alsop, MD of Rolec, commented: “We are delighted with how UltraSMART EV has been received in the EV industry, which has resulted in us winning a number of significant high profile charging network projects.
“UltraSMART EV was designed to offer the management of EV charging networks on an industrial level, providing the host with a range of abilities to cover all aspects of EV charging and user connectivity.
“UltraSMART EV can be integrated across our entire range of EV charging products, as well as charging points from other manufacturers.”