Circontrol is the first Spanish manufacturer of electric vehicle charging solutions for every market segment. It has a wide range of products that adapt to different needs: parking lots, companies, domestic charging, destination, buses and traffic.
Our challenge has been to design the housings of a new electric vehicle charger equipment, adapting to the complexities and constraints of the equipment's internal electro-mechanics.
Creation of a formally disruptive device that captures the industry's attention by adapting to digital transformation and ultra-compact component architecture
We dive into the sector and analyze the company's products to understand the existing constraints for the design. We work in an agile and coordinated way with Circontrol's team of electronic engineers while they develop in parallel the electronic part of the project. The new component architecture will be ultra-compact. We carry out the dimensional design and housing of the internal component package taking into account the different technical configurations that it must offer. Then, we start the style design, where Circontrol asks for a new language that speaks for itself and reflects the technological potential and performance of the new equipment. A process of design and refinement that is finally consolidated through product development and engineering, prototyping and testing, DFM and support in the industrialization and tooling phases.
Design of a new compact equipment suitable for different customizations and versions of power or model with a formally disruptive design. The result is a product designed and adapted to the new digital reality of the consumer, offering a new EV charger that allows the incorporation of a great user interface. This project was the beginning of subsequent product design, branding and digital collaborations with Circontrol.
Supports 3 equipment versions
Reflection of technological potential and performance
Parallel work process between client and agency
Development of the new equipment in record time
Ultra-compact component architecture