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News Webasto Introduces New TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 EV Charger

Webasto Introduces New TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 EV Charger

Webasto Charging Systems Inc. has recently released two new wallboxes to its EV charging product family. These next-generation chargers, the TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 Plug-In, are designed to meet the needs of both private and commercial businesses while also providing a safe and secure experience for users.


Webasto TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 EV Chargers | Photo: Webasto

“We are really excited about taking this next step into the future of electrification and demonstrating that we are an ideal partner for addressing the needs of electromobility,” said Michael Bauer, Executive Vice President, Webasto Charging Systems. “Every battery needs to be charged, and the TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 Plug-In wallboxes offer a high-quality, high-performance solution for workplaces, fleets, dealerships and other public or private lots.”


The TurboConnect charger is a fully-connected device that seamlessly integrates with the Webasto ChargeConnect Cloud, allowing users to monitor their charging sessions from their mobile devices or computers. Additionally, this charger is certified according to global standardization bodies, which means it meets all safety requirements and can be used in any environment without worry of damage or malfunction. The TurboDX 2.0 Plug-In charger is similarly certified to the same global standards and boasts an improved design that makes it even easier for users to connect their EVs for charging sessions.


Webasto TurboConnect and TurboDX 2.0 EV Chargers | Photo: Webasto

 The TurboConnect wallbox charger is Energy Star-rated, ETL-certified, and highly efficient. It provides up to 11.5kW of power at 240V with a maximum output of 48A, adding up to 50 miles (80 km) of range per hour depending on the vehicle. Safety is prioritized as it actively monitors ground, current and voltage leakage, thermal conditions and auto-restart/recovery features. In addition, this TurboConnect charger allows for capacity-based charging or “load balancing” for multi-system applications which makes it ideal for private, business, and public charging due to its ease of connection with energy management systems and optimized photovoltaic surplus charging.


Both chargers are available now for order from business and automotive partners, with a later rollout for electric vehicle end consumers (you and me) who want to purchase them directly from Webasto themselves.

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai


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