OCPP EV Charging Solutions


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On June 12th, 2023, Iocharger was presented as one of the first OCPP 2.0.1 certifying companies during the EVS36 in Sacramento, California. More info about the certification program can be found on OCA website:


Product FAQs

The difference between AC charger and DC charger is the location where the AC power gets converted: inside or outside the car. Unlike AC chargers, a DC charger has the converter inside the charger itself. That means it can feed power directly to the car’s battery and doesn’t need the on-board charger to convert it. 

  • Plug and play ( Smart Charging on Plug)
  • Button Start/Stop Charging
  • Online/Offline RFID card charging
  • Charging with mobile app
  • ISO 15118 Plug&Charge

There are various reasons why your car might not charge at the power ratings specified by the charger, including incompatible charging standards, limitations of the charging cable, capacity constraints of the charging station, battery-specific charging limitations, or incorrect charging session configuration.

Our software is fully developed in-house, and we provide station hosts the opportunity to customize their network management features to meet the unique needs of different business models, parking characteristics or customer interaction objectives. Examples include fleet management, app development, custom integration, anti-loitering features, or specialized billing needs.

Mode 2: Slow AC charging using a standard 3 pin socket with an EV specific protection device in the cable.

Mode 3: Slow or fast AC charging using a dedicated and fixed circuit with specific EV multi-pin connection with control and protection functions.

Mode 4: Rapid or Ultra Rapid DC charging using direct current with a connection technology such as CHAdeMO or CCS.

CCS-1: DC fast charging standard for North America. 

CCS-2: DC fast charging standard for Europe. 

CHAdeMO: DC fast charging standard for Japan. 

GB/T: DC fast charging standard for China.

The charging speed of an electric vehicle depends on the charger type, vehicle factors, and external conditions.

Charger type, expressed in kilowatts (kW), and the available power grid connection determine the charging speed.

The vehicle’s onboard charger capacity and battery level also play a role, as charging slows down as the battery approaches full capacity.

External conditions, such as battery temperature, can further affect the charging speed. Optimal charging occurs at moderate temperatures, while extreme cold or hot temperatures can slow down the process.

Considering these factors helps estimate the time required for charging an electric vehicle.

Hardware warranty is two years. Lifetime software support depends on the terms.