Charging stations options

RCD – Integrated Type B residual current circuit breaker

This is not an option. It is already integrated in the charging station.

Dynamic power control

This option makes the charging station more efficient since it will automatically adapt to the maximum usable current at any time.

Your charger solution is then smarter and more integrated to your own power grid so that it is even more convenient to you. As a matter of fact, you don’t have to think, simply plug you vehicle and leave the charging station doing its job.

You simply need to add a current sensor to the power line the charging station is connected to. This sensor will monitor current getting through the main fuse of this line so that the charging station doesn’t use too much power. This avoids main fuse to shut down the line. For three-phase charging stations, each line has its own current sensor.

Maximum length of current sensor cable is 40 meters.

Timer

It allows to program when the charging station will operate so that you can charge off-peak if you have a two-rate meter.

kWh meter

This allows counting the total quantity of energy charged thanks to the charging station.

Note: When the timer is chosen together with the kWh counter, in the options for this terminal, counter is supplied separately and must be installed in your electrical panel.

Remote control

This option allows to remotely shutdown power supply to charging station.

Basically, it is an ON/OFF remote switch. Thanks to that remote controller, you can leave your charging station off when you are away. Otherwise, this charging station is always ready to work as soon as you connect a vehicle. This option is useful if your charging station will be located where access is not fully privatized to you.

Box key

Charging station is delivered with a simple mechanical key, by default.

If you want to have a unique lock and key, you need to select this option.

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