Schneider

Report
EVlinkTM EV Charging Solutions
Presented by Anita Purohit, P.Eng
Product Marketing Specialist, Electric Vehicles
Power Business – North America
Schneider Electric
More than 175 years of history
Energy
Acquisition of Telvent
Management
2010
2011
1999
Groupe Schneider becomes
Schneider Electric,
focused on Power & Control
Power &
Control
1996
Modicon, historic leader in
Automation, becomes a
Schneider brand
Steel
Industry
1836
Creation of Schneider
at Le Creusot, France
19th century
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1991
Square D joins
Groupe Schneider
1988
Telemecanique joins
Groupe Schneider
1975
Merlin Gerin joins
Groupe Schneider
20th century
Acquisition of Areva’s distribution
activity
2008
Acquisition of
Xantrex
2007
Acquisition of
APC corp. and Pelco
2005
Acquisition of
Power Measurement Inc.
2003-2008
Targeted acquisitions in wiring devices
and home automation
(Lexel, Clipsal, Merten, Ova, GET, etc.)
2003
Acquisition of
T.A.C
2000
Acquisition of
MGE UPS Systems
21st century
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Schneider Electric – the global specialist
in energy management
Balanced geographies – FY 2011sales
billion € sales
Western
Europe
32%
North
America
23%
Rest of
World
18%
people in 100+ countries
of sales devoted to R&D
Diversified end markets – FY 2011 sales
Utilities & Infrastructure
24%
Industrial & machines
22%
Data centres
16%
Non-residential buildings
Residential
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Asia
Pacific
27%
29%
9%
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Schneider Electric Canada
Product Service and Support
●Over 2000 employees across Canada, 720 in BC
●21 sales offices across Canada, 1 in Richmond, BC
●Over 20 Service locations across Canada, 2 in BC
●24/7 EVlink product support and service with Schneider Electric
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Charging Levels
Level 1
120V, supplied with electric
or plug-in hybrid vehicles
Level 2
Medium high charge rate
3-6 hrs from a typical
residential / commercial
- 208/240V
DC Quick Charge
“Level 3”
Very high rate charging in
less than 30 min.
-208V
-240V
-480V
-600V max
Basic and
Networked L2
available
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Networked L2 Charging Solutions
Featuring communication and data monitoring via ChargePoint network
Non-Gateway Unit:
• IEEE 802.15.4 wireless
communication
with gateway unit
• 150 ft (45 m)
communication range
Gateway Unit:
•Wireless communication to
server via cellular network
•wireless communication with
non-gateway units
ChargePoint™ card or credit card used to activate charging
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Station Data and Control
Station owners can collect data and usage information through their online
ChargePoint portal
Data:
● Station utilization rate
● Charging data (subscriber, location, kWh used, and start and stop time)
● Station status and health monitoring
● Revenue generated per station
● And more..
Control:
● Update your pricing structure real-time
● Decide whether to let stations be reserved, and charge differently for
reservations
● Activate and deactivate stations remotely
● And more…
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Product Service and Support
● 24/7 EVlink product support and service with Schneider Electric
● Over 20 Service locations across Canada
● 1-800-265-3374
● Network Support for Station Owners
● 1-877-850-4562 from 8AM–5PM PST
● Support for station users
● 24/7
● 1-888-758-4389 or [email protected]
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EVlink
Comprehensive Charging Solutions
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