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Battery will be charged in 1 hour, DC fast charging station is sitting for electric bike

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Battery will be charged in 1 hour, DC fast charging station is sitting for electric bike

Be it a car, it can be emphasized that if there are not enough charging stations, the use of electric vehicles will not take off. EV manufacturers are not left to realize this. So everyone is focusing on expanding the charging station network. Ultraviolette, the country’s only high-performance electric bike manufacturer, has been named in that list. They officially announced the installation of Supernova DC fast chargers across the country.

Ultraviolet is developing fast charging stations

The installation of fast charging stations will greatly benefit users of the company’s F77 and F77 Recon e-bikes. Taking the bike on the road will eliminate the worry of running out of charge. UltraViolet has announced the roll out of the first charging station. Here is the Supernova DC Fast Charger. The company said that in the first phase they will build more than 100 such charging stations in the country. The company said that these charging stations are already in the experimental stage in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.

Ultraviolette Supernova fast charging includes Supernova Plus 12 KW and Supernova 6 KW chargers with 6-type connectors. According to company sources, these will be manufactured as per BIS IS17017-2-6 norms. From here users of F77 and F77 Recon can charge the bike battery from 20 to 80% in 40-60 minutes.

Nowadays people have very little time. In the busy life, most people are reluctant to spend more time for charging. As a solution to this problem, the movement of fast charging system is being increased. Narayan Subramaniam, Co-Founder & CEO, UltraViolet said, “The launch of UltraViolet SuperNova charging stations is a transformational milestone in delivering on our promise to provide a seamless and user-friendly charging infrastructure for our customers. This is brought in for the convenience of F77 customers.”

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