This is an important step in saving installation costs for our customers,” said Dexter Turner, OpConnect CEO. “No longer will installing networked stations require costly commissioning by the manufacturer or a certified installer.
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) January 07, 2020
OpConnect announced today shipping of its Plug-N-Play OCPP enabled network stations. This innovative technology allows stations to be installed and activated by any licensed electrician without commissioning.
“This is an important step in saving installation costs for our customers,” said Dexter Turner, OpConnect CEO. “No longer will installing networked stations require costly commissioning by the manufacturer or a certified installer. Just like many devices we use every day, when the station is first powered up it will identify itself on the network and the customer will be in business.”
This technology reflects OpConnect’s continued push to improve the customer experience and help reduce all costs associated with EV Charging. “The more cost saving innovation we can bring to market,” continued Turner, “The more EV infrastructure we can get deployed, which will help accelerate EV adoption.”
The feature is available today in all OpConnect connected stations, including its OCPP enabled 40, 50, 80 and 100 Amp rated units, designed for passenger and fleet vehicle applications.
OpConnect’s network technology is designed to accommodate multi-family, workplace, public and fleet applications. The network is fully OCPP certified, allowing its customers to avoid vendor lock and having a choice of OCPP hardware available on the market today.
About OpConnect (http://www.opconnect.com):
OpConnect is a leading developer of electric vehicle charging station technology, operating over a thousand charging ports in sixteen US states using unique EV charging stations targeted at workplace, multi-family and fleet operations. OpConnect’s EV charger products and cloud software services are Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) compliant, giving customers the flexibility of running charging station hardware with a variety of network platform providers.
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