TGEP launches Wi-Fi networking module for Clippercreek CS Models.

TGEP, the Crest Hill, Illinois based company has recently launched its Wi-Fi based add-on module for existing Clippercreek owners with CS series level 2 chargers. The add-on module gives the capability of networking to Clippercreek CS series charging stations

Date of release: 08/19/2016

Curtis Terrell
TGEP
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Crest hill, IL: With the electric vehicle market growing by leaps and bounds, the need for fast charging is rapidly increasing. TGEP, the Crest Hill, Illinois based company has recently launched its Wi-Fi based add-on module for existing Clippercreek owners with CS series level 2 chargers. The add-on module gives the capability of networking to Clippercreek CS series charging stations. At the pre-launch event, director Tony George, head of TGEP announced that the add-on for Clippercreek level 2 CS was developed in order to enhance factors such as reliability, cost & expandability in favor of the end users. This product will serve as an upgrade for existing customers who own Clippercreek CS series Level 2 charging stations, as well as for new customers who seek networked charging stations with the highest quality. The add-on comes with a powerful credit card sized Raspberry Pi processor with a custom circuit board. The module fits into existing CS-40, CS-60 & CS-100 level 2 chargers.
The unit provides usage data for customers through the http://www.tgeponline.com/cs website. The installation of the unit takes less than an hour. Various Wi-Fi enabled instruments, such as a laptop, iPhone or android device can be used to configure the existing network to the add-on. Priced at $575, the add-on itself does not do any modifications to the existing structure of the charging station, instead it uses the existing PCB to read the different stages of the charging station.

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