There are two types of EV charger.
The first is alternating current charging (AC). This uses your vehicle's integrated charger. This means that charging speed depends on the capacity of your car’s charger and the maximum power provided by the charging station.
The second type is direct current (DC) charging, also called fast or super-fast. The charging station is directly connected to your electric traction battery and controls the entire charging process. Charging speed depends on the capacity of the charging station, the design of the vehicle battery and the current battery condition (charge status, temperature).
For more details, see Frequently Asked Questions What is the difference between slow, normal (AC), fast and super-fast charging?
For each type of charging (AC or DC), a different charging station design (stand, IndustryBox, post, portable) are available.