18 March 2022

Power distribution podis® Charging by Wieland Electric

F.Fonseca presents podis® Charging energy distribution system from Wieland Electric

A decentralized system via a flat cable for supplying power to electric vehicle chargers.
The podis® Charging flat cable power distribution solution from Wieland Electric is ideal for powering electric vehicle charging stations. This decentralized system allows a large number of chargers to be connected to just one power cable and this results in huge savings in installation time, requires less cable and considerably reduces the size of the electrical panel.
The connection modules, either power supply or shunt, can be applied anywhere on the planar cable. These modules can be positioned quickly and flexibly due to the patented mechanical coding technology between the planar cable and the connection module. This unique and precious feature avoids the need for any cutting, stripping or stripping of the cable.
The feed to the planar cable can be positioned freely, even halfway, allowing perfect load balancing along the cable. This means that the number of electrical chargers connected to a cable section can increase without overloading the circuit.
Bypass modules can be applied at any point on the cable and at any time. Thus, the harnesses for the electric chargers can be connected without any difficulty. Unique is the fact that these branch modules are available both with a fixed connection via cable gland/screw and with a quick connection via connector. Unique is the fact that these branch modules are available both with fixed connection via cable gland/screw and with fast connection via connector. This feature provides crucial benefits if a charging station needs to be replaced. Through this quick-fit system, the electric charger can be replaced in a matter of seconds.

This podis® Charging power distribution system is suitable for use in
charging stations for electric vehicles, offices, shopping centers, public buildings, airports, logistic centers, production plants, automotive industry, warehouses, and others.
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