Smart EV charger offers damage-free charging

Smart EV charger offers damage-free charging

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By Rich Pell

3C (computer, communication and consumer electronic) hardware products developer Stoke Voltaics has launched a smart EV charger designed to help EV owners keep up with changing technologies. Using the company’s SmartCharge technology, E-Kite leverages AI and high-power processors to stabilize currents and protect against electrical and environmental disturbances.

In doing so, says the company, it delivers maximum charging power safely and efficiently. Users can expect automated functions, such as instant disconnection to prevent electrical damage from short circuits, undervoltages, and overcurrents. E-Kite also brings CoverMax to withstand and surpass the most extreme conditions, ensuring safety and reliability.

Recent years have seen growing issues with the security of EV home chargers. Thanks to the universal compatibility of connector points, anyone with an electric vehicle can top up their power from other homeowner’s EV chargers. E-Kite’s Powercard promises “No Card No Access” for improved security to reduces unauthorized usage and high-voltage damage caused by hot-swapping.

The company has also launched multiple adapters sold separately with the E-Kite, including two to suit Tesla models. This solution simplifies charging, ensuring compatibility with an impressive range of charging stations, says the company.

For durability, E-Kite uses high-quality, military and aviation grade materials known to provide optimal function. Even if hit by lightning in stormy weather, the E-Kite uses Voltage Dependent Resistors to stay robust.

Pricing for E-Kite is $469.00.

Stoke Voltaics

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