Electrical equipment manufacturer Leviton may be best known for its lighting control devices, but the company has been making EV charging hardware for a decade. Leviton has now announced a partnership with charging management company AmpUp.
Leviton’s new EV Series Pro charging stations include 48- and 80-amp level 2 stations, available with or without LCD screens. They integrate AmpUp’s charging management software, enabling site owners and fleets to access real-time analytics, set pricing groups and collect revenue, use smart scheduling, manage power loads, automate reporting, and more. The software also gives EV drivers the ability to locate charging stations, reserve spots and initiate sessions through the AmpUp—EV Charging mobile app.
“The new charging stations provide EV drivers, site owners, and fleets with the ability to charge stress-free,” said Andrew Taddoni, Leviton’s Director of Product Management and Business Development for EV charging solutions. “By integrating the AmpUp software, businesses and fleets have the ability to efficiently manage multiple charging stations and locations in one easy-to-access platform.”
Like Leviton’s entire EV charging portfolio, the new stations with AmpUp software are Energy Star Certified. The enclosures are rated NEMA Type 3R, allowing them to be installed both indoors and outdoors.
Earlier this year, Leviton announced the launch of its residential EV Series Charging Stations with My Leviton app compatibility, which allows users to schedule, stop, start and monitor charging sessions from the My Leviton app.