Carbon Day Automotive is a provider of Charging Stations and master distributor of ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations
ChargePoint Network Charging Stations deliver controlled power to effectively and efficiently charge electric vehicles. The charging stations are easy to use and come in a variety of power and design options that integrate pleasant aesthetics, practical ergonomics and sturdy construction – ideal for home and for outdoor public applications.
Each station is embedded with an on-board computer, a fluorescent display, a standards based RFID reader, and a utility-grade meter providing precise, bi-directional energy measurement.
All stations are network-enabled, capable of reporting energy usage and communicating with the ChargePoint Network in addition to:
- Providing open access for all drivers using any standards based RFID card
- Generating revenue to offset electricity, capital equipment and maintenance costs
- Sending SMS or Email notifications to the driver for charging complete or interruptions in charging
- Controlling access to eliminate energy theft and to enhance safety
- Integrating with the utility Smart Grid for demand side management and preferred pricing
- Remotely receiving software OTA upgrades to accommodate advancements in future EV charging technologies
In the ChargePoint® Network, each local group of charging stations automatically forms a robust self-healing Radio Frequency (RF) mesh network managed by a single gateway charging station—a version of the networked charging stations incorporating an embedded CDMA or GSM cellular modem. Coulomb offers two families of Level II charging stations:
-CT2000 family: Dedicated networked Level II (208/240V @ 32A) charging via the SAE J1772™ connector standard.
-CT2100 family: Supports simultaneous Level II (208/240V @ 32A) charging via the SAE J1772™ connector standard and Level I (120V @ 16A) charging via a standard NEMA 5-20R outlet.
-Up to 127 charging stations can communicate to and be managed by a single gateway charging station, which, in turn, uses the local cellular network to communicate with the CPNOS.