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AC MAX, 22-kW AC charger

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AC Charger

Delta AC chargers have a power output ranging from 7 to 22 kW. Featuring a compact design, global charging interface support, user authorization capability, and easy installation, our AC chargers are perfectly suited for both commercial and home charging.


AC MAX is a smart AC charger with 22kW output and featuring a universal charging interface. With IP55 / IK10 and compact design, the AC MAX is perfectly suited to outdoor and space-limited sites. Supporting the advanced ISO 15118 standard, network connectivity and compatibility with latest OCPP, AC MAX allows full interoperability with existing system integration and is the ideal solution for commercial and residential charging sites.

Max. 22kW Output AC Charger
Available in NA, EMEA, TW, SEA, AU, CN, JP markets.
AC Mini Plus
7kW Output AC Charger
Available in EMEA, TW, SEA, AU markets.
AC Mini
9.6kW Output AC Charger
Available in NA market.
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DC Charger

Delta’s DC chargers portfolio ranges from a power output of 25 to 200 kW. With high power efficiency as well as multiple configuration and charging interface options, our DC chargers can optimize the operating costs of public and commercial charging services across many installation sites.

DC City Charger

DC City Charger is an ideal solution for high efficiency urban charging service. It supports simultaneous charging output and load distribution to optimize utilization rate of the charger. DC City Charger is compatible with OCPP, which allows further backend system integration like user management, remote control and energy management.
DC Wallbox
25 kW Dual Output DC Wallbox Charger
Available in NA, EMEA, TW, SEA, AU, JP markets.
DC City Charger
50 / 100 kW Dual Output DC Charger
Available in NA, TW, SEA, AU, JP markets.
Ultra-Fast Charger
200 kW 4 Output DC Fast Charger
Available in EMEA markets.
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EV Charging Infrastructure Management System

Delta’s EV Charging Infrastructure Management System is a web-based intuitive system for medium-scale charging stations in buildings and other facilities where 20 to 50 sets of EV chargers are installed. It is designed to facilitate EV charging operational management, including support for multi-site charging networks. The system’s smart energy management features are specifically designed to integrate with energy storage and optimize site energy usage.

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How long does it take to full charge an EV?

This depends on the EV battery size, remaining battery capacity, and the type of EV charger used as well as environmental conditions such as temperature.

Typically, an AC charger with an output power of 7–22 kW can fully charge an EV in between 3 and 6 hours.

With a 50–200-kW DC fast charger, the charge time can be reduced to 10–30 minutes.

What’s the difference between AC and DC charging?

An AC charger provides AC power, which is then converted to DC power by an onboard charger inside the EV (before it reaches the battery). AC chargers are normally used in slow-charging applications such as home charging.

A DC charger converts AC power from the grid into DC power, which is more efficient and supplies the batteries directly. Thus, the charging time is markedly shorter. DC chargers have higher power requirements and therefore a higher installation complexity. As such, the installation cost can be higher than that for an AC charger. DC systems are generally used in commercial/public charging applications where shorter dwell tines are needed.

Does the AC charging connector fit my EV inlet?

To meet global charging standards, Delta AC chargers come with different types of charging connectors, including SAE J1772, IEC 62196-2 Type 2, and GB/T. These are global charging standards and will fit the majority of EV available today.

SAE J1772 is common in the United States and Japan while IEC 62196-2 Type 2 is common in Europe and South East Asia. GB/T is the national standard used in China.

Does the DC charging connector fit my EV inlet?

Delta’s DC chargers come with different types of charging connectors to meet global charging standards, including CCS1, CCS2, CHAdeMO, and GB/T 20234.3.

CCS1 is common in the United States and CCS2 is widely adopted in the Europe and South East Asia. CHAdeMO is used by Japanese EV manufacturers and GB/T is the national standard used in China.

Which EV charger should I choose?

This depends on your situation. Fast DC chargers are ideal for cases where you need to recharge your EV quickly, such as at an intercity highway charging station or rest stop. An AC charger is suitable for places where you stay longer, such as workplace, shopping malls, cinema and at home.

Where can I get a Delta EV charger?

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How do I install a Delta EV charger?

EV chargers must be installed by an certified electrician or authorized installer. Delta’s installation partners can provide technical consultations and quotations depending on the installation site.