Irizar charging solutions

Charging stations have been developed to provide solutions to the different conditioning factors clients face in terms of power limits, as well as space and operating restrictions.

In-depot charging


The easiest and most traditional way of charging, which involves plugging the bus in, usually overnight while the bus is stopped. Available for use outdoors as well as indoors.

In-depot charging


The easiest and most traditional way of charging, which involves plugging the bus in, usually overnight while the bus is stopped. Available for use outdoors as well as indoors.

Pantograph charging

Recommended when the vehicle does not have sufficient range to complete the journey and it is necessary to charge vehicles during travel, as well as in the depot. The charging stations are located at strategic points throughout cities, at the end or start of each line, in order to charge or supply several buses or lines.

Pantograph in depot

It also offers the possibility of complete automation of the slow load in garages through the commissioning of structures with contact vaults installed above the parking spaces, replacing the outlet solution that needs a manual connection by part of an operator.

The automation of the contact between the vault and the pantograph of the parked bus allows instant charging. This alternative solution reduces the presence of cables on the floor and, therefore, improves the safety of the operators.

Moreover, the Smart Charging system integrates a remote diagnosis system to remotely monitor all systems and anticipate possible preventive needs.

Smart charging system

Control centre that efficiently manages all the charging conditions/restrictions in the depot. The system identifies the different charging requirements of each bus in order to optimise the total power required.

Interoperability

The Irizar Group's charging solutions are interoperable in accordance with ISO 15118, DIN70121, OCPP 1.6 CE mark, EMC 61000-6-2, 61000-6-4, IEC 61851, IEC 61000.

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