Huawei previews its own rapid-charge terminal for EVs
Huawei has unveiled the Fusion Charger, its 600-kW charging outlet prototype. According to CarNewsChina, the device is compatible with the EV charger standard adopted in China eight years ago. It outputs DC current within the voltage range of 200V…1000V and up to 600A strong.
In theory, such a device can recharge 100 kilowatt-hours of battery volume within mere 10 minutes. In reality, though, we are not aware of any companies worldwide offering electric cars compatible with 1000V chargers.
For instance, the flagship versions of the Huawei Avatr 11 and the Arcfox Alpha S utilize an 800V power architecture. The former supports charging power up to 240 kW and the latter maxes out at 187 kW. The upcoming Aito M9 remains to be revealed in detail, but Huawei chose the Aito M5 EV to preview the technology (see the gallery and the video).
The stationary charger is 295 mm (11.5 in) long, 340 mm (13.3 in) wide and 1.7 meters (66.4 inches) tall. The power cord is 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) long.
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