Autel Debuts MaxiCharger DC Compact in France

Autel Debuts MaxiCharger DC Compact in France

The product has been installed at a riding club under the foot of the Alps in the outskirts of Nice, France.

Autel announced that as part of the company’s European market strategy, its latest electric vehicle charger product, the MaxiCharger DC Compact, has been successfully installed at a riding club under the foot of the Alps mountains in the outskirts of Nice, France, marking the debut of the MaxiCharger DC Compact in Europe.

The MaxiCharger DC Compact is a versatile and efficient electric vehicle charger that offers up to 47kW of power with its dual ports. It can charge two vehicles simultaneously, distributing power dynamically between them. With a 30-minute charge, users can expect to gain a range of approximately 130 km, according to Autel.

Autel adds one of the key features of the MaxiCharger DC Compact is its 21.5-inch LCD touchscreen, which provides a user-friendly interface and allows for advertising capabilities.

The charger can be placed on a pedestal or set on wheels for maximum portability. “It’s perfect for businesses looking to offer a quick top-up charge option without investing in a DC Fast charger and is also ideal for commercial fleets that need a slower overnight charge for their vehicles,” the company adds.

“DC Compact is ultra-compact with big DC power in a small package. Fast and smooth charging technology is a guarantee of a comfortable driving experience for drivers,” said Mr. Di Wu, Autel France country manager. “We have established a responsive local technical service team in Europe to provide expert training, technical support and site services to charging providers. This is something we are proud of and committed to for our clients.”

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