Answers to COmmon QUESTIONS ABOUT EV MASTER CONTROLLER SYSTEMS by cyber switching

WHO ARE SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS?

Seattle Public Utilities
Seattle, Washington
Length of Contract: More than one year
Scope of Work: Providing EVMC to manage & control electricity to feed EV charging Stations.



San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
San Francisco, California
Length of Contract: More than one year
Scope of Work: Providing EVMC to manage & control electricity to feed EV charging Stations



Sacramento Municipal Utilities District
Sacramento, California
Length of Contract: More than two years
Scope of Work: Providing EVMC to manage & control electricity to EV fleet charging Stations

WHAT MAKES OUR SOLUTION BETTER?

  • UL Certified
  • Patent-Pending unique design
  • No known equal to EVMC
  • Smart PDUs, Submetering
  • WEBS Vendors
  • Cloud-based platform
  • Hardware, Firmware, Software
  • International Clients
  • Specified in RFP for City & County of San Francisco (Electric Vehicle Master Controller)

HOW LONG HAVE WE BEEN IN BUSINESS?

Our parent company, Cyber Switching, has 25+ years in Power Management Industry – including many patented technologies and designs.

Can the equipment be installed outside?

Yes, in a NEMA 3R enclosure designed to be installed outdoors

How many charging stations will the EVMC operate?

Each EVMC has 4 independent channels, each capable of handling 1, 40A level 2 EV charger or 2, 20A level 2 EV Chargers.

Can the customer install it themselves?

This is not recommended. Electric Vehicle Master Controller (EVMC) should always be physically installed and wired by a certified electrician.

Will it work on different voltages and currents?

Yes, the EVMC will work on any standard worldwide voltage rating up to 40A.

What is the device size?

The physical size of the EVMC device is 14.5″ x 17″ x 2.25″. We are selling the EVMC as a kit mounted on a back plane (need to get exact size) designed to be placed into an included NEMA 3r/4x electrical enclosure.

Is the software separate?

No, the device has an embedded processor making it a totally standalone web enabled device.

Can the equipment be installed inside the electrical cabinets?

Yes.