Arcpoint Connect

We don't build chargers. We support them.
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We don't build chargers. We support them.
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We don't build chargers. We support them.
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Our universal pedestals are uniquely designed for the customer in mind. Each unit is customizable.


48" Monolith ™ pedestal
The perfect combination of style and functionality. With its compact and versatile design, introducing this level 2 charger market.
With its sleek and sturdy design, this pedestal is the perfect choice for any commercial or multi-residential charging application.
Experience a new level of charging convenience with the MENHIR - the perfect blend of form and function. Featuring a unique modular design and a durable construction.

company overview

Welcome to Arcpoint Connect, your go-to source for premium pedestals for public charging stations. Our sleek and durable pedestals are perfect for a wide range of applications, including commercial properties, parking lots, and residential developments.

Founded in 2020, Arcpoint Connect Inc. is located in Hamilton, Ontario. 

Lowering Maintenance Costs & Reducing Environmental Impact

Our pedestals are designed to protect cables from environmental and human damage, resulting in lower yearly maintenance costs.

Our durable and reliable pedestals provide a safe and efficient power source for electric vehicles without the need for complex components that require regular maintenance.


Our products are sourced and built with high grade materials.

We manufacture our products using materials that can be recycled and repurposed.


Our pedestals not only keeps cables organized but also ensures a safer and better charging experience for end-users.

our mission

Arcpoint Connect is committed to driving a more sustainable environment through a robust and long lasting EV infrastructure. 


(EVSE) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment: Refers to all of the equipment associated with transferring electric energy to a battery or other energy storage device in an electric vehicle. This includes hardware, including connectors, fixtures, devices, and other components. This is commonly called a charging station.

Lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells produce electricity through chemical reactions that are very similar. However, the source of energy used for the chemical reaction is different. In simple terms, batteries produce electricity using stored energy while fuel cells generate power with hydrogen-rich fuel.

This will depend on your usage but the rule of thumb is to have a level 2 charger at home and/or access to DC fast chargers on the road. Many of our partners supply chargers and we are happy to assist you in finding the right option for you.