Autel Energy Launches Snow White MaxiCharger for Holidays

Autel Energy Launches Snow White MaxiCharger for Holidays

Autel Energy's Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite is a new product designed for the holiday season.

Autel Energy, has launched the Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite, a new product designed for the holiday season. This charger, now available on Amazon US and Amazon CA, is part of Autel Energy’s commitment to combining technology and style in its EV charging offerings, the company said.

The Christmas Limited Edition of the MaxiCharger AC Lite features a snow-white color scheme, inspired by the festive mood of the holidays. This design choice aims to symbolize peace and purity while fitting seamlessly into various garage and car color schemes.

Key features of this limited edition charger include:

  • Rapid charging capabilities, offering nine times faster charging compared to traditional Level 1 AC home chargers.
  • Multiple connectivity options such as OCPP, Autel Cloud, RFID and app control, enhancing the overall user experience.
  • A robust enclosure with NEMA 4x (IP66) ratings, ensuring durability and protection from environmental elements.
  • Customizable decoration options with Christmas-themed stickers included, allowing users to personalize their chargers.

The Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite is positioned both as a seasonal novelty and as a practical investment for EV owners, the company said.

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