The first model of Zivan's charger is a 3.3kW solution that builds on the success of the first generation of the charger adopted by leading OEMs in Europe. The new charger is also the result of a design partnership with Delta-Q Technologies Corp leveraging its XV3300 charger announced last year.
The Zapi Group charger platform contains both Zivan's CT3.3 Compact Titan and Delta-Q's XV3300 product models, offering OEMs around the world flexible and robust charging options. Zivan and Delta-Q's collaboration aims to provide a power electronics platform that both brands can tailor to suit different markets and customer requirements. As charging experts within Zapi Group, Zivan and Delta-Q designed the charger's hardware, software and mechanical durability for use on traditional and emerging electrification markets, such as construction and industrial OEMs transitioning their products to electric drive.
"We made a significant leap forward in power density with this new platform," said Steve Blaine co-CEO and executive VP, Engineering and Quality with Delta-Q. "Our solutions will make homologating into OEM designs much easier."
The first 3.3kW chargers as part of Zapi Group's charging platform meet customers' needs for electrified applications across global markets. The new products maintain Zivan and Delta-Q's leadership standards for high-quality ruggedised chargers, purpose-built for the most demanding applications.
"We are excited to bring together key charger hardware and software design capabilities from our engineering teams in Delta-Q and Zivan," said Simone Paterlini, GM with Zivan. "This collaboration demonstrates Zapi Group's commitment to innovation, electrification and driving results for customers."
"We are pleased with the growth we are seeing from our charger businesses and will continue to invest in Delta-Q and Zivan to pace the accelerating electrification demands from the construction and industrial equipment sectors," said Federico Gatti, MD of the Zapi Group.
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