AC Chargers

Raption 350 HPC

The power and performance of the Raption 350 HPC make it perfect for highly vehicle-dense areas, such as highways, EV...

Wallbox eHome

Designed to be installed (both indoors and outdoors) at private homes, communal blocks, companies and other places where user authentication...

Wallbox eVolve Smart

Designed to be installed in both public access environments (urban spaces, shopping centres, car parks, airports, petrol stations...) and private...

Raption 150

The Raption 150 Compact perfectly adapts to different scenarios in which EV charging time is more paramount to the end...

Raption 100

Designed to be installed in both public access spaces (urban and inter urban spaces, service areas...) and private ones (EV...

Raption 50

Designed to be installed in both public access environments (urban spaces, shopping centres, airports, road-side rest areas...) and private areas...

eVolve Smart

Designed to be installed in both public access environments (urban spaces, shopping centres, car parks, airports, petrol stations...) and private...

So, AC charging has a built-in converter inside your car to change AC to DC for the battery.

Why AC Chargers

The reason it’s important is because understanding AC charging is essential for modern electric vehicle owners.

It helps you choose the right charger, know how long it takes to fill up, and avoid any surprises.

AC Chargers Are The Most Common Type

While most chargers, from home outlets to public stations, use alternating current to juice up your electric car (EV)

the battery itself stores energy in the form of direct current

This is because AC constantly flips the direction of its flow, while DC maintains a steady flow in one direction, similar to batteries

Electric cars rely on a key component called the converter, which plays a vital role in charging the battery

This principle applies to all devices that use batteries, not just electric vehicles