Rectifier Technologies is pleased to announce
that the industry’s first 11kW EV DC Home Charger is in pre-production and
available to order. Our high-efficiency electric vehicle charger delivers up to
11kW of DC power to recharge the battery directly without the limitation of the
vehicle’s on-board charger.
Its slim form-factor is ideal for
installations in garages, car ports and public areas. The charger is now ready
for field trials and deployment and will have appropriate industry compliant
standards in the coming months. We are looking
to collaborate with partners across the industry to take this product to
Thank you for visiting our booth last week at EVS32 2019 in Lyon, France. Special Thanks to CharIN and EVS32 for having us at the show, where we showcased our refreshed brand image with our 11kW Home Charger & RT15 EV Starter Kit. The event was a huge success with new contacts established, and useful market feedback received. It was a great opportunity to be connected with industry leaders, manufacturers and experts at the symposium to learn more about the latest technologies and drive product innovations in the EV space.
“The debate over the lack of a national energy policy is centred on ideological and climate change arguments. There is, however, a more immediate and practical problem that’s likely to be detrimental to Australia that has to do with the predicted rapid up-take of electric vehicles (EVs) and their impact on our power grid.” – Valentino Vescovi.
Rectifier Technologies Ltd and Tritium Pty Ltd have signed a Preferred Supplier Agreement, effective from the 3rd of December 2018. This contract includes an exclusive supply and purchase arrangement between Rectifier Technologies Ltd and Tritium Ltd for the supply of 35kW high-voltage and high-efficiency modular power supply units for high power DC electric vehicle chargers (120KW and above), for at least 1 year with options to extend. This exclusive arrangement provides further opportunities to advance our products in the high-power DC electric vehicle charging sector.