I'm still looking for a more powerful way to charge my car. I saw the QuiQ charger being used on a Zero S, and thought to check it out to see if it would work for my car. It won't, but it's still an interesting charger.
It takes in any AC voltage from 85v to 265v, making it suitable for a wide range of electric service. It has power factor correction, that's highly important for some instances.
It draws a max of 12 amps, meaning that on a 240 volt circuit it'll run at almost 3 kilowatts charge rate. In the Zero S case I saw, this guy had mounted one on a Zero S, along with a J1772 adapter, and was riding around Florida and Georgia stopping at the electric car charging stations for quick charging (1-2 hrs)
It's designed to be rugged - and I've seen QuiQ chargers mounted on the undersides of neighborhood electric vehicles for "plug in and forget" style operation.
The models sold support battery pack voltages in 24, 36, 48, 72 and 96 volts.
It can support any battery type with field technicians being able to change the charging algorithm.
It's not suitable for my car - not high enough charging voltage - nor a high enough charge rate. But looks very nice nonetheless.