EV charging station with cable (up to 22kW)

  • Up to 22.2 kW
  • Residual Current Detection (DC 6mA)
  • Automatically optimized charging power
  • Custom sized cable
  • Universal private charging station
  • Designed & manufactured in EU

from 871,20 

720,00  (ex. VAT)

This private charging station is made to charge any vehicle in Mode 3 at maximum 22.2kW. Benefit from your personal wallbox at home or at work in order to charge electric vehicles or plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Equipped with all necessary protections for European standards, this charging station includes a residual current device to protect user against potential continuous current leakage coming from the vehicle (DC 6mA). Thanks to that, you can simply connect this charging station to your power grid while being compliant with safety rules. This smart charging solution also has overheating and overcurrent protections.

This enhanced charging solution allows user to set charging current. It can also monitor available power from your power grid and automatically adjust charging power so that main fuse is not operated with optional dynamic power control.

Designed for external use, this EV charging station takes advantage of a robust and solid conception. Its use has been greatly simplified so that it is convenient for users.

The Type-2 cable is really efficient: simply park the car next to the charging station, plug the cable in and charging starts automatically.

This wallbox is universal. It is compatible with any EV or PHEV from any brand or manufacturer having Type 2 charging socket which is European standard.

In addition to that, this charging station is designed and manufactured within the European Union. It complies with all mandatory rules and standards that are essential for your safety.


Cable with connector
Type 2 Plug 300x279 - EV charging station with cable (up to 22kW)
Type 2 (European standard)
Charging specifications
Charging powerfrom 4.2 kW to 22.2 kW
from 1.4 kW to 7.4 kW (if single-phase)
Start-upPlug & charge
Charging modeMode 3
Rated voltage400V
Selectable max. charging current6A / 8A / 10A / 13A / 16A / 20A / 25A / 32A
Charging current selectionManual
Automated (Dynamic power control option)
Protection ratingIP54 (rain resistant)
Shuts down in case of DC power leakYes (DC 6mA)
Shuts down in case of over-currentYes (10kA circuit breaker)
Overheating handlingYes (automated)
Ambient conditions of use
Temperature range-30°C to +50°C
Average temperature for 24 hoursunder 35°C
Storage temperature-40°C to +70°C
max. Humidity95 %
max. Altitude2000 m
Cable characteristics
Premium qualityLightweight and flexible
LengthUp to 20m on request
Enhanced resistance toOrganic aggression’s (oil, dust, water, lubricants, etc.)
Torsion, abrasion, corrosion, flames, UVs
Other specifications
Weight~ 8 Kg
Size (HxWxD)Box: 30 x 20 x 12,7 cm
Front plate: 34 x 24 cm
User reportingLED
Elements reportedCharging status
Errors from vehicle, environment, charger, etc.
Color (cable and connector)Orange (or Black)
Power supplyThree-phase alternating current with neutral (AC)
Voltage range270V to 470V (50/60Hz)
ConformityCE certified
StandardsIEC 61851
IEC 62196
OriginMade in EU

Compatible vehicles

Any plug-in hybrid (rechargeable) or electric vehicle having a Type 2 is able to charge at its maximum on alternating current thanks to this charging station. There is not many vehicles charging at 22.2 kW. You will find the list of compatible vehicles hereafter (not exhaustive):

  • Plug-in hybride vehicles (rechargeable)
  • Electric vehicles charging at 7.4 kW
  • Electric vehicles charging at 11 kW
  • Electric vehicles charging at 22 kW
    • Audi e-tron, Audi e-tron GT, Audi e-tron Sportback
    • BYD e6
    • Byton M-Byte
    • Citroën ë-Jumper
    • Fiat e-Ducato
    • Mercedes EQS
    • Nissan Ariya (87 kWh)
    • Peugeot e-Boxer
    • Porsche Taycan 4S, Porsche Taycan 4S Plus, Porsche Taycan Turbo, Porsche Taycan Turbo S
    • Renault Twingo electric, Renault Megane electric, Renault Zoe Q210/R240, Renault Zoe Q90/R90
    • Smart EQ forfour, Smart EQ fortwo, Smart For-Two ED
    • Twike 5
    • Volvo XC40 Recharge
  • Find my vehicle

Lead time: Expect a couple days before shipping (custom-made product)

Scope of delivery:

  • 1 x Charging station for electric vehicles

Files to download after shipment of the charging station:

  • User manual (in English)
  • Quick installation guide (in English)
  • Note: the wall holder for the Type 2 plug, shown on some of the  pictures, is  separately available here
Smart Charge Control

Without, Smartphone app + wired dynamic power management, Smartphone app + wireless dynamic power management, Smartphone app

Cable length

5 m, 5 m [in spiral], 6 m, 7 m, 8 m, 10 m, 12 m, 15 m, 20 m

Cable and plug color

Black, Orange

Access control

Without, By remote control, By RFID card

More information

Quick charging station for electric vehicle

This powerful and quick charging station will allow you to charge electric vehicles in Mode 3 at maximum 22.2 kW charging power.

Thanks to that, you benefit from a quicker and more efficient charge compared with basic chargers that you plug in a normal domestic socket (Schuko). It is the most suitable charging solution if you have three-phase alternating current available with enough power.

Charging starts and ends automatically thanks to the smart electronics included in the charging station.

The Type-2 cable is really efficient: simply park the car next to the charging station, plug the cable in and charging starts automatically. Automation can be increased with dynamic power control option.

This charging station is universal and is not dedicated to a model or brand exclusively. It provides autonomy and freedom to charge your electric car at home, whenever you want, while taking benefiting from your own electricity tariff plan.

RCD – Residual Current Device (DC 6mA)

European standards require that any charger for PHEV or EV is protected with a residual current device against potential direct current leakage from vehicle (DC 6mA).

This device shuts current as soon as unbalanced continuous current is detected, in order to protect user.

This device is included and integrated inside this charging station so that things are easier for you. You can simple connect your charging station to your power grid while being sure that you benefit from high quality and European compliant protections.

Depending on your local regulation, charging station must be connected either to a Type A or Type B residual current device (RCD / RCCB).

Dynamic power control

Thanks to this option, the charging station monitors current at the main fuse and regulate charging power provided to your vehicle. This depends on the possibilities your installation can offer.

It will then automatically reduce or increase charging current provided to your vehicle depending on how much power is still available. If necessary, it will stop charging process so that main fuse is not operated.

You can leave your vehicle peacefully since charging process is automatically optimized by the smart charging station itself. Without this option, charging power selection has to be done manually by user.

Moreover, this charging station is future ready because it can be connected to Smart Grid so that charging power can be controlled by any external analog signal.

High quality equipment

This charging station is designed and manufactured within the European Union.

All components have been selected for their quality and robustness:

  • Ultra resistant, lightweight and flexible cable
  • Upper quality electronics and connectors
  • Robust metallic box

This charging station is compliant to European requirements and is certified by TÜV institute.

Moreover, all charging stations are tested with care prior to shipping in order to ensure they are working properly. In addition to that, they are equipped with residual current protection so that user protection is maximal.

Cable and box are made in highly resistant material made for external use (sun, rain, etc.) and have IP54 rating. In other words, you can charge your electric vehicle safely.

Device protection

In ideal conditions, your personal charging station is located in a place that fully belongs to you, even in terms of access.

If this is not the case, we have some solutions in order to make sure your charging station is only used with your consent.

It can be equipped with a unique key in order to lock its box.

A remote controller device can also be added so that you can turn it OFF and ON. The charging station can also be locked with a unique key in order to keep the box closed.

Thanks to that, you can manage the charging station usage the way you want, even in a non-fully private area.

Overheating protection

Protection against overheating is also included. It works completely autonomously.

In case overheating is detected by the charging station, it will automatically decrease charging power or even completely stop charging is necessary. When it cools down, charging station will increase back power in order to optimize vehicle charging process.

If you have questions

Electric mobility is still quite recent and new e-drivers have to get familiar with a few terms and practices. Some questions may arise when looking for the most suitable charging solution. Many parameters have to be taken into account like the specifications of the onboard charger of your vehicle as well as the power capabilities at your disposal.

This is why our expert team is at your service to help you find the best solution for your specific case.

Contact us and we will have a close look at your request in order to come up with the most convenient solution for you.


RCD – Integrated residual current circuit breaker

The RCD is already integrated in the charging station, protecting from DC currents > 6ma.

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.


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.

RFID card, tag

With this option you will be able to restrict the access to your charging station.

5 RFID tags will be delivered to you with the charging station, allowing you to activate the charging process, by sweeping them in the front of the reader.
This option is especially interesting when the charging station is installed in an area with public access.

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.

Smart Charge Control


  • Smartphone App management
    This option allows remote monitoring and management of your charging station on a smartphone, a tablet or a computer, via WiFi. The following functions are therefore accessible via a simple browser on your smartphone, tablet or computer:
    • Schedule the begging of the charging process
    • Change the charging power
    • Follow the state of charge in real time
    • Choose to charge only with the electricity produced by your photovoltaic system (if you have one)
    • Monitor the building’s consumption (combined with the dynamic power management option) and the photovoltaic production, if it exists in your installation


  • Wired Dynamic Power Management

This option adds extra automation since it allows the station to adapt automatically its charging power to the maximum current available in your electrical circuit in real time.
This makes your charging solution even smarter and integrated for increased convenience. You don’t have to think about it anymore, just plug in your vehicle and let the charging station take care of the rest.
To take advantage of this feature, a current sensor must be installed on the line to which the terminal is connected. The sensor monitors the current flowing through the main circuit breaker of this line to prevent it from cutting off the current. In the three-phase version, each line has its own sensor.
The maximum length of the current sensor connection cable is 40m.


  • Wireless Dynamic Power Management

With this option, you will enjoy all the benefits of dynamic power management of the charging station combined with a wireless link to the sensor(s) of this device. This option is suitable for installations where the main electrical panel is far from the station or where wiring to the sensors is not possible or desired.


  • Which charger to choose for your electric vehicle?
  • This charging station requires three-phase alternating current with neutral (400V) in order to operate at maximum power.
  • Depending on your local regulation, charging station must be connected either to a Type A or Type B residual current device (RCD / RCCB).
  • Price indicated is for charging station only (without installation), pictures may differ from article depending on selected options.
  • Weight varies depending on selected options.

* Notes for Renault ZOE:

      1. This charging station is designed to work also with Renault ZOE (all motor versions are supported).
      2. Before starting the charging process, the Renault ZOE’s on-board charger system checks if the socket from which you want to charge the car is correctly connected to a good electrical grid, otherwise the ZOE won’t start charging. The charging station connection/grid must have the following characteristics:
          • Phase sequence in the charging station connection must be in clockwise rotation (L1-L2-L3). If the wiring of the charging station phase sequence is L3-L2-L1 (counterclockwise) some Zoe versions won’t charge
          • The electrical grid behind the charging station must have low impedance (cables with conductor cross sections must have the correct section/thickness)
          • Earthing/grounding: earth resistance should be less than 100 Ohm
          • The voltage difference between neutral and earth/ground should be very low (if this is a problem it can be solved by experienced electrician in the way neutral and earth are connected together in a wall socket if there is no RCD protection in the building or before RDC protection device if it exists)
          • On the grid circuit on which the charging station is connected, any RCD (Ground fault protection) device must be of Type A (30mA) or Type A with added 6mA DC RCD or Type B. Any RCD Type AC (30mA) is not appropriate, because it can be activated by the Renault ZOE’s charging system
          • When charging at single phase it is important that the used phase and the neutral are correctly positioned. If they are inverted, it is possible that the Zoe’s charging process doesn’t starts.
          • If the power of the charger is set at 6A, it is possible that the charging process doesn’t starts. So if you wish to diminish the power of the charger, you should then not lower it down to 6A but use at least 8A or more.

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