Top AC & DC Charge Controller Manufacturers

With the green EV revolution, people have grown even more environmentally sensitive, investing in electric vehicles. However, their fear about recharging their EVs has not faded. Dynamic Edge Creative provides a top-notch answer to your customers’ problems.

Our commitment to revolutionizing electric mobility extends to the heart of your EV’s lifeline – the charging process. Explore our meticulously engineered AC Charging Solutions, thoughtfully crafted to cater to various power needs and charging standards, ensuring an effortless charging experience every time. We show our five AC charge controller input types, each with unique qualities designed to satisfy the needs of modern EV charging solutions.

As the world transitions to sustainable energy solutions, the need for efficient and reliable charging infrastructure has never been greater. Our fast charger solutions are engineered to provide rapid, safe, and convenient charging for a wide range of electric vehicles, ensuring minimal downtime and maximum performance.

Our AC chargers are perfect for residential and commercial use, providing reliable charging for everyday needs. For high-demand environments such as public charging stations, commercial fleets, and highway rest stops, our DC fast chargers offer ultra-fast charging capabilities to keep vehicles on the move.

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3.3Kw Single-Socket Charger (without OCPP)

  • A compact solution that ensures reliable charging without the need for OCPP connectivity.

Hybrid AC Charger Controller

  • AC Type 2 Charger (11KW)

    Elevating your charging capabilities with an 11Kw AC Type 2 charger, providing increased efficiency.

  • AC Single Gun Type 2 (22KW)

    Unlocking the pinnacle of charging power with a 22Kw AC charger equipped with a Type 2 Gun for enhanced convenience.

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Motor controllers are devices which regulate the operation of an electric motor. In artificial lift applications, motor controllers generally refer to those devices used in conjunction with switchboards or VFDs to control the operation of the prime mover. An electric vehicle motor controller combines power electronics and embedded microcomputers that effectively convert the energy stored in the batteries into motion.

The DC motor/controller system is still used today on some electric vehicles to keep the cost down. However, with the advent of better and less expensive electronics, a large number of today’s electric vehicles are using AC motor/controller systems because of their improved motor efficiency and lighter weight.

There are mainly two types of AC connectors 1. IEC 60309 2. Type 2 AC connector.

There are mainly four types of DC connectors 1. GB/T 2. Chademo 3. CCS1 4. CCS2.

Verycon is an Intelligent Charge controller to build any type of AC Charging stations ranging from 3.3KW to 22KW and higher for Household application to commercial installation. It can support energy management, Remote access, and OCPP connectivity.

Perhaps the most common industrial use for contactors is the control of electric motors. The top three contacts switch the respective phases of the incoming 3-phase AC power, typically at least 480 Volts for motors 1 horsepower or greater.

The motor controller receives commands from interfaces such as the throttle, brake, and forward/reverse control switches. The motor controller processes these commands and very precisely controls the speed, torque, direction, and consequent horsepower of a motor in the vehicle.