DC Chargers

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DC Chargers Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average charging speed with DC chargers?

Charging speed depends greatly on the vehicle’s battery design. However, the average charging speed with our DC chargers:

  • 60kW=300-400 km/hr
  • 90kW=500-600km/hr
  • 120kW=650-800km/hr
  • 150kW=850-1000km/hr
What is the DC charging range?

You can find the DC charging range below:

Titan 60kW
Titan 120kW
Titan 150kW

What is the difference between Tethered and Universal chargers?

Tethered is a charger that has an in-built Type 2 cable to the charger – you cannot use a different cable. Universal comes with a Type 2 socket where the user will have to bring their own cable and plug this in to use the charger.

Who do I contact if my charger stops working?

Please contact sales@ocularcharging.com.au if there are any issues with your charger after installation.

Can I purchase an extended warranty on the chargers?

Yes, however not all chargers can be purchased with extended warranty. The chargers that can be purchased with extended warranty (max 5 years) is:

  • Ocular LTE
  • Ocular LTE Plus
  • Ocular IQ Wallbox
  • Ocular IQ Commercial

What chargers are software compatible?

For our AC range, only our IQ range is software compatible. For our DC range, all chargers are supported with OCPP.

Will I get discounts if I purchase more chargers?

Providing further discounts on-top of our wholesale pricing can be discussed. Please reach out to us to discuss your options at: sales@ocularcharging.com.au

What is the difference between AC and DC Charging?

AC charging utilises the on-board AC to DC power converter that is connected to your EV battery to charge your car. AC EV chargers require an adapter connection to a distribution board in order to charge your car

  • Available in single-phase and 3-phase charging
  • More cost-effective solutions

DC Charging performs AC to DC power conversion outside of the EV.

  • Units are much larger due to housing a much larger AC-DC power converter than the converter in your car
  • Greater charging range and capacity (20kWh-150kWh)
  • Charging times are much faster than AC charging
  • DC Charging leads connect directly to your battery