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Jay McKinsey

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The GPCPS consists of a Power Control and Payment Hub (PCPH) and individual charging Nodes. These Nodes are the chargers themselves and they're based on the Grizzl-E home EV charging station but feature more tech inside to allow them to communicate with the PCPH. The PCPH is the smart control device that manages the Nodes and does things like control power flow, accept payments, print receipts, and store the system's data. This way, you're only paying for one smart control device per set of Nodes (up to 42!), unlike competitor products where each individual charger is its own smart controller and you pay for that sophisticated tech over and over.

The PCPH also has built-in redundancy of all its internal electronic components and power supply, along with a 3-year warranty on all hardware, so reliability and consistency of operation won't be an issue.  

This distributed control model is the first of its kind in the world for commercial Level 2 EV charging. Its simplicity in architecture is a key factor in the system's affordability, and therefore its potential to earn profit.


Grizzl-E Power Control and Payment Solution

PCPH Lite (Connected Mode only)

Grizzl-E Power Control and Payment Solution

Standard PCPH (Stand Alone mode included)

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