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DLB (Dynamic Load Balancing)

Dynamic Load Balancing (DLB) is a feature pertaining to the real-time adjustment and distribution of electrical loads across multiple electric vehicle (EV) charging stations or points within a specific location or network. In the sphere of EV charging, DLB is employed to optimize the use of available power, ensuring that multiple EVs can charge simultaneously without overloading the electrical infrastructure or causing disruptions. By continuously monitoring the power demand of each connected vehicle and the total available capacity, DLB systems dynamically allocate or redistribute power among the charging points. This ensures efficient utilization of resources, especially during peak demand periods or when the total power requirement exceeds the supply limit. The implementation of DLB not only enhances the reliability and efficiency of charging networks but can also allow for the integration of more charging points without the need for significant infrastructure upgrades.

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