ENI-SPANT/450 Pantograph Station

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brak obrazka



ENI-SPANT/450 Pantograph Station is a fast and powerful charger. It is intended for charging electric buses equipped with a Ride&Charge pantograph (from EC Engineering sp. z o.o.) The station is designed to be used outdoors. The station is powered directly from an industrial power supply, 3 x 400 VAC. The pantograph mast can be adjusted to any pantograph type and manufacturer.




 Compressor supply voltage 3 x 400 VAC, 50 Hz
 Supply voltage variation +/- 5%
 Charging connection plug CCS Type 2, Combined Charging System, IEC 62196-3
 Charging voltage range 460 VDC  ÷ 800 VDC
 Number of charging connections 2
 Rated power output 450kW (upgradable to 600kW)
 Rated charging current 800 A (pantograph), 200A (CCS2)
 Efficiency max. 95%
 Communication with the vehicle ISO 15118 standard
 Cooling Forced air
 Enclosure protection rating

Power supply cabinet SZ1:
-Control section, IP 55 according to EN-60529
-Control section, IP 23 according to EN-60529
-IK 10, according to PN-EN 50102:2

Mast switchboard RM1:
-IP 55, according to EN-60529
-IK 10, according to PN-EN 50102:200

 Dimensions (W x D x H) Power supply cabinet: 2000x1090x2442 mm
 Weight Power supply cabinet: ~1,500 kg, MP1 mast with RM1 switchboard and docking station ~1000 kg



The station is a standalone device that only requires connection to a 3-phase 400 V AC, 50 Hz power supply.  The set consists of 2 main subassemblies - SZ1 power supply cabinet and MP1 mast fitted with RM1 switchboard and a docking station. The SZ1 power supply cabinet and RM1 mast switchboard are made of powder coated aluminium sheet. The main part (SZ1) consists of 16 power modules upgradable to 20 power modules. Each module has a capacity of 30 kW 


The pantograph station converts the 3 x 400 VAC supply into a direct current output in the range 460 VDC - 800 VDC and adjusts it to the operating voltage range of the traction batteries in the electric bus. There are two options to initiate the charging process. The first option involves an electric bus, with its pantograph raised, entering the designated charging site; the bus pantograph must connect to the station mast pantograph connector. The second option involves driving an electric bus to the designated charging site, opening the mast switchboard, setting the CCS2 switch to position “1” and connecting the station’s CCS2 cable connector to the electric bus. Next the charging process should be initiated inside the bus.


block diagram ENI-SPANT/450


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