Blink Charging to Showcase 3 EV Charging Products at LA Auto Show 

LA Auto Show: Blink Charging to Display 3 EV Charging Prods

The company says the offerings are designed to provide drivers, property owners and fleet managers with more advanced solutions to their charging needs.

Blink Charging Co., designer, manufacturer and owner-operator of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and services, announced it will showcase three new state-of-the-art EV chargers at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show, further rounding out the company’s hardware product portfolio. The release of these of three new products follows recent significant software launched in October, the company says.

Blink Charging adds these products will provide robust, flexible and intelligent solutions to the fastest growing segments for EV infrastructure; single-family residential, fleet, and small footprint DC fast charging. These offerings are designed to provide drivers, property owners and fleet managers with more advanced solutions to their charging needs and complement the recently launched Blink Charging Mobile App and rebuilt-from-the-ground-up Blink Network, rounding out a full line of EV charging solutions.

Blink’s new products being unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show include: 

30kW DC Fast Charger

The new Blink 30 kW DC Fast Charger is a small-footprint charging station designed for speed and flexibility. It features a 7-inch LCD touchscreen display that provides drivers with an intuitive charging process – displaying instructions, real-time feedback while charging, services available, payment options, and any transaction errors.

The Blink 30 kW DCFC was designed to quickly charge tomorrow’s EVs today and offers the perfect balance of size and power, providing up to 100 amps and 1000 volts of output, the company says. This announcement comes on the heels of the launch of the entirely rebuilt Blink Network, which was redesigned with market-leading architecture and responsiveness to provide more than 99% uptime and over-the-air firmware updates to the charging station which connects either with 4G LTE cellular or WiFi connection. This innovative DCFC solution offers multiple mounting options to fit any desired location and comes with a 16-foot-long charging cable with a CCS1 connector.

MQ 200

The new MQ 200 provides a significant boost to the electrification of fleet vehicles and makes charging more accessible for EV drivers living in multifamily buildings. Now available for purchase, this advanced charger is designed for fleets and multifamily locations with a fast 50-amp output and effortless user experience, according to the company. With a focus on efficiency and intelligent scalability, the MQ 200 offers 4G and WiFi connections, Smart Grid technology for direct communication to local utilities, local load management for two or more chargers to share power from a single circuit, and Plug & Charge (ISO 15118) functionality which allows any vehicle with this capacity to start a charger instantly after plugging in.

Paired with the Blink Fleet Portal, a robust new management tool for maximum visibility and real-time control, this unit is an EV charging solution for large-scale charger deployments.

HQ 200

The recently announced Blink HQ 200, is an all-new next generation home charger and now available for purchase. With more than 80 percent of EV drivers expected to charge at home, Blink’s Level 2 HQ 200 is a home charging solution for a new generation of EV drivers, the company says. A smart product, the HQ 200 is equipped with intelligent and intuitive Wi-Fi options, providing remote operation and monitoring capabilities as well as the ability to communicate with smart home devices like Alexa, Google Home and Apple Siri. The HQ 200 features a sleek design, output of up to 50 amps and easy installation for both indoor and outdoor locations, all at a competitive price point.

The new home charger also features energy management technology, such as the ability to schedule charging hours, allowing customers to take full advantage of off-peak electricity rates and maximize the efficiency, affordability, and convenience of every charge. Similarly, the easy- to-install charger features smart load sharing technology, enabling users to charge multiple EVs on a single circuit, according to the company.

The Blink LA Auto Show product exhibit is located in the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Atrium at booth #11. 

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