Sustainable mobility has become a major economic and environmental challenge. In recent years, we have seen more and more electric vehicles on the road: cars, buses and, in the near future, goods vehicles.
All these vehicles have one thing in common: the need to have access to an EVSE in order to recharge. We are not talking here about home charging stations but about public charging stations installed on motorways, in car parks and in town centres, which provide a higher power level.
An EVSE is a charging station: EVSE stands for electric vehicle supply equipment. The infrastructure therefore ranges from the charging point (of a defined power) to the electrical management and communication elements, via the parking spot.
For several reasons:
This will depend on the type of connection made. FOLAN is able to offer different types of support.
The first being fibre, the company’s core business: we offer a range of products from patch cords to cables, including distribution cabiners and sliding patch panels, with all types of connectors (SC, LC and ST connectors found on various charging stations).