Tag: Huber+Suhner

Jul 9, 2020 - 07:23 pm

Huber+Suhner present 200 ampere charging cable

The Swiss company Huber+Suhner has introduced the RADOX HPC200, another charging cable system for DC fast chargers. The new cable is primarily intended for use on less pricey charging stations, as it does not require liquid cooling.

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May 14, 2020 - 06:02 pm

Huber+Suhner presents 500 kW charging cable

The Swiss company Huber+Suhner has presented a liquid-cooled charging cable system which is designed to enable continuous charging with 500 A even at very high temperatures of up to 50 degrees Celsius. With a voltage of 1,000 volts, charging capacities of up to 500 kW are conceivable.

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May 3, 2020 - 02:20 pm

Huber+Suhner show high-voltage distribution system

The Swiss company Huber+Suhner has presented its latest series-produced high-voltage distribution solution for all types of electric vehicles. The mHVDU (modular High Voltage Distribution Unit) can handle up to 800 volts DC voltage.

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Jan 29, 2019 - 11:05 am

Huber+Suhner liquid-cooled HPC cables prove safe

After a potential safety issue was discovered regarding the liquid-cooled cables produced by Huber+Suhner, several major charging infrastructure operators shut down the affected stations. Now the manufacturer has confirmed “correct functionality of the system and proved that the series products supplied by HUBER+SUHNER meet the required standards without any restrictions.”

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Jan 26, 2019 - 01:26 pm

Blackout: Major operators shut down HPC stations

Several major charging infrastructure providers have shut down their High Power Chargers over the past two days to investigate a potential safety issue with Huber+Suhner’s liquid-cooled charging cables. Extensive safety testing is unfolding as you read.

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May 13, 2018 - 03:21 pm

Huber+Suhner present HPC solution for up to 500 kW

Huber+Suhner will present their fast charging system RADOX HPC for electric vehicles on the 15th of May in Hannover at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe. This will allow for charging currents up to 500 kW.

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Found on electrive.com
10.11.2020 20:05