The DQ480 can deliver up to 480kW of power for the ultimate fast charging experience. It boasts optional single or dual 21.5" media displays, a 7" display for streamlined public charging operations, or a 7" or 10" display for fleet use. Additionally, these models are equipped with innovative swing bar cable management systems, enhancing user convenience. The DQ is also available in a 360kW version.

Zerova's commitment to future-forward technology is further highlighted by introducing the DZ360 and DZ480 towers, which the company says is a breakthrough in EV charging, offering scalability up to 3.84 megawatts when interconnected. They are versatile, with various dispenser options suitable for fleet and public charging needs.

Key innovations in the DQ, and DZ Series include intelligent dynamic power sharing;   ISO15118 support for Plug-in-Charger and Autocharge; OCPP 2.0 support; compatibility with multiple connectors including CCS1, CCS2, NACS, GBT, CHAdeMO (MCS for DZ Series).
Other features of the series include modular design enabling easy upgrades; Energy Star certification; advanced remote diagnostics; robust cyber security (Q2); and compliance with CTEP/NTEP standards.

Also featured will be the 30kW wall-mount, and moveable models, as well as the 180kW and 240kW standalone chargers. Level 2 products include the 48A for smart residential, and the 48A and 80A for commercial applications with support for Plug-in-Charge, Autocharge, Bi-Directional (Pass-Through), and CTEP/NTEP and cyber security.

Operating in over forty countries, Zerova is a premier partner for white-label EV charger solutions. The company’s collaborations with automakers, Charge Point Operators (CPOs), and turn-key EV charging providers cater to various sectors, including hospitality, multi-unit dwelling, parking, fuel, and fleet.

With a new manufacturing facility in Phoenix, Arizona, Zerova supports the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program (NEVI) and the Build America/Buy America (BABA) programs, complementing its existing production bases in Taiwan, China, Vietnam, and Japan.