According to the company, these EV chargers easily integrate with existing electrical infrastructure due to their multi-voltage input, which enables users to quickly install the product while avoiding additional infrastructure and installation costs. The charger can be integrated in any input voltage configuration found in US power distribution infrastructure with no derating to the base power purchased.

The EV charger portfolio comes with modular and stackable power capabilities – and no derating feature among any of the different input configurations. Pii recently installed 30 and 60 kilowatt versions onsite with a US partner, showcasing its adaptability to use available existing infrastructure from 240 Vac up to 480 Vac in the same product with no derating. With Liteon's power electronic expertise and industry-leading technology, users can expect a rapid and seamless charging experience.

Pii is a US-based company that specialises in providing clean, efficient power solutions. It has long been an industry leader in power management solutions – in particular, uninterruptible power supplies and power distribution equipment since its founding in 1997 – and now includes EV charging solutions. 

Taiwan-headquartered Liteon acquired Pii in 2013, combining Liteon's global reach and manufacturing capabilities with Pii's expertise in critical power applications. This charger represents the first time that a Pii product has incorporated Liteon's power conversion technology in a design.

Pii's EV DC fast charging systems, ranging from 30kW up to 180kW, offer high-speed charging solutions that are suitable for private or public use, including public EV infrastructure, EV fleets, dealerships, C-Store, and similar commercial applications, as well as mobile fast charging.