Electric vehicle (EV) charging consultancy, Versinetic, is making available a suite of bespoke charging solutions aimed at accelerating the rapid rollout of smart charge points.

Despite growing EV adoption, there is still a need for more rapid development of EV charging solutions, which Versinetic’s full suite of hardware and software solutions, called Charging Blox, looks to address.

The suite comprises of versatile conceptualised product and service modules, which allow manufacturers to build a totally custom EV charging solution and includes: the MANTARAY Smart Charge Point Communications Controller for seamless control of charging stations, and management of all aspects of a charge point using Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) for maximum compatibility. MantaRay gives manufacturers the versatility to manage AC and DC charge points with OCPP 1.6 or 2.0 and their own back-office solution.

The LINKRAY Passive Local Controller sits between the charge station management system and charge points allowing onsite local control of charge points without interfering with back-office control and billing and the EEL EV AC Charge Controller is an integrated printed circuit board (PCB) that works as the real-time interface for manufacturers’ charge points, delivering energy directly to an electric vehicle’s battery. EEL specifically forms the part of the charging station that delivers energy to the electric vehicle and can be adapted for a number of functionalities.

In terms of Smart Charging Software and Software Licensing, Versinetic has developed and can provide several options, including Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP 2.0 & 1.6) software, along with an application solution to communicate with back-office cloud servers.

Commenting Versinetic Director, Dunstan Power, said, “Manufacturers need effective solutions from OCPP software stacks and local controllers, to smart charge communication controllers and a number of other EV charging system essentials, which Versinetic can now deliver quickly. Our flexible, tailored solutions will be key to ensure current off-the-shelf offerings, aren’t the only options available for smart charge point development and research projects.”