Tritium RT50 DC
Fast Charger (50kW)
Tritium’s RT50 is a compact, reliable, and robust DC fast charger capable of charging all EVs on the market. This all-in-one unit is small enough to suit your site’s configuration and maximise your parking space without the need for expensive site modifications. Lightweight but strong, easy to install, cost-effective, and backed by 24/7 customer care, the RT50 is the smart DC fast charger of the future. Award-winning and cutting-edge, the RT50/50kW DC fast charger offers superior performance, durability, and reliability with the world’s smallest footprint.
Equipped with patented liquid-cooled technology to mitigate the effects of dust ingress, humidity, and corrosion; the certified IP65 ingress protection level makes cleaning easy with a hand-held hose. Wear and tear on internal units is significantly reduced, ensuring maximum hardware lifespan with minimum maintenance.
The charger’s small footprint and its scalability enable a vast range of deployment options such as shopping centres; retail outlets; multi-storey car parks; department and convenience stores; restaurants and dining establishments; municipal and national parks; tourist attractions; sporting facilities; schools; and rest centres. The charger is compatible with both domestic and commercial EVs using the CCS and CHAdeMO standards, and routine software updates ensure continued compatibility with all new EVs.
The RT50 is equipped with Tritium’s market-validated ISO 15118 Plug and Charge which is supported through OCPP1.6j with extensions, enabling EVs and charging equipment to communicate, be authenticated, and transact seamlessly via the charging cable. Additional support for credit card and traditional RFID-based payments gives the flexibility of easily integrated alternative payment methods. The credit card system supports both fixed price charging sessions and pre-authorised/post-settlement options, where unit-based pricing can be applied against either elapsed time or kWh consumed.
The unit’s lightweight construction and small footprint make it easy to install without the need for cranes or other heavy equipment, and it does not require large concrete foundations. It can be installed with minimal disruption to site operations, and, in many cases, the small footprint enables installation within present architecture and infrastructure configuration.