Dynamic Load Management for EV Charging
Welcome to the future of electric vehicle charging with our cutting-edge Dynamic Load Management (DLM) solutions at Vital EV. As popularity for EVs surges, it is essential to have a robust and efficient EV charging infrastructure in place to support the increasing demand for electric car charging. That’s where our dynamic load management EV charging solutions come in.
Our innovative EV charging stations and software-based management solutions such as ChargeEye are designed to adapt and cater to the power consumption needs of multiple EV drivers simultaneously, without overloading the electrical grid. By intelligently managing the number of charging stations in use and dynamically adjusting the power limit for each vehicle charging point, our dynamic load balancing system ensures a seamless and efficient charging experience for all.
Our state-of-the-art EV chargers and charging solutions offer a comprehensive approach to load management work. By integrating dynamic load management (DLM) technology into our charge points, we can balance the power distribution across multiple charging stations. This not only optimises the available power consumption but also significantly reduces the risk of power outages and infrastructure strain.
With our EV charging solutions, we are committed to providing a sustainable and efficient charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, while keeping the needs of EV drivers at the forefront. By harnessing the power of dynamic load balancing and advanced software-based management systems, our vehicle charging stations offer an unparalleled level of reliability, efficiency, and user-friendliness.
Explore the world of dynamic load management with Vital EV and discover how our EV charging stations and management solutions can revolutionise the way you charge your electric vehicle. Experience the future of electric car charging with us today.
What is Dynamic Load Management
In the realm of EV charging, dynamic load management (DLM) is a technology that optimises a property’s charging loads by ensuring an even distribution of electricity to all EVs charging simultaneously and maximum charging capacity when available.
When installing a few charging points, the impact on a building’s electricity infrastructure is usually minimal. However, larger installations often necessitate the implementation of smart charging solutions, such as dynamic load management.
Imagine providing charging facilities for 20 electric cars in the garage of a residential or commercial building, each equipped with 22 kW plugs (3 x 32 A, charging speed 100 km/h). This scenario would require the building to have a 3 x 640 A electricity connection, which could cost tens of thousands of pounds.
With dynamic load management, there’s no need to spend a fortune on costly construction work, and the property’s energy consumption can be managed efficiently and effectively.
The Advantages Of Dynamic Load Management
Utilising cloud-based technology DLM offers numerous benefits to the charging infrastructure owner:
- Safeguarding the local grid: By restricting the total charging load, DLM helps prevent the risk of overloading, even when multiple chargers are in use simultaneously.
- Reducing costs: Sharing the charging load lowers the expenses associated with the required electricity connection.
- Eliminating the need for physical wiring: There’s no need for additional infrastructure or installation costs, as the devices don’t require physical connections.
If you would like to find out more about Dynamic Load Management and how it can help your business or fleet, please contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dynamic Load Management is a technology that optimises the distribution of electrical power in a building or facility that has multiple EV charging stations. It ensures that the available power is distributed efficiently among the charging stations, without overloading the power supply.
Dynamic Load Management uses a central control system that communicates with each EV charging station to monitor the power demand and availability. The system then allocates the available power to each station according to the charging needs of each EV, without exceeding the maximum capacity of the power supply.
Dynamic Load Management helps to prevent overloading of the electrical system, which can cause power outages and damage to the electrical infrastructure. It also ensures that each EV is charged efficiently, without unnecessary waiting times or delays, and reduces the overall energy consumption of the charging system.
Dynamic Load Management is not currently mandatory for new EV charging installations, but it is recommended for facilities with multiple charging stations to ensure efficient and safe operation of the charging system.
The cost of Dynamic Load Management depends on the size and complexity of the charging system, as well as the specific technology and components used. Contact one of our EV charging specialists can provide a cost estimate based on the specific needs and requirements of the facility.
Facilities that have multiple EV charging stations, such as car parks, shopping centres, hotels, and public charging stations, can benefit from Dynamic Load Management to ensure efficient and safe operation of their charging systems.