Currently, the market for electric cars has become very competitive, not only at the level of those who manufacture these vehicles but also those in charge of developing the chargers used during the charging process.
In this sense, the manufacturer of chargers for electric cars Wallbox unveiled at the IAA Mobility 2021 fair, held in Munich, Germany, a public charging station named Hypernova, which is considered the fastest and most sophisticated ever created.
In this regard, the CEO and co-founder of Wallbox, Enric Asunción stated the following:
We are delighted to introduce our fastest public charger to date, which can fully charge an electric vehicle in less than 15 minutes.
That’s how it is, 15 minutes is all that the Hypernova charger needs to bring the electric car to its maximum power during the charging process, something that is only possible thanks to its 350 kilovatios (kW). This makes Hypernova a remarkably faster charger than most chargers on the market.
Also, another aspect to highlight in the Hypernova charger is its advanced software, which allows it to optimize the available power, so that it can adapt without problem to the number of connected electric cars.
This quality makes the Hypernova a more than appropriate device to charge the electric car in motorways and transcontinental road networks.
Added to this, Hypernova has a cable management system that facilitates its handling and storage inside the dispensing unit, thereby favoring the durability, protection and cleaning of the charger.
Hypernova presents several authentication options, among which stands out RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and QR code on screen. It also offers the possibility of making payment in different modalities, having a credit card reader with worldwide acceptance.
With Hypernova, the Wallbox company has complemented its catalog of chargers, among which is also the Supernova, also exhibited at the IAA Mobility 2021 and whose production will begin at the end of this year.