The station of the Plug’n Charge consists of special concrete with a standardized interface and with a special design (foiling according to customer requirements). It follows e-mobility in Germany with a customer-oriented technology: from simple loading to loading in the system (monitoring and billing).
The vehicle owner can connect his own plug (type 2 or adapter). The station consists of inner housings with protection class IP 44, the operating temperature is between minus 25 degrees Celsius and plus 40 degrees Celsius. The technical components are integrated in the inner housings. They are equipped with a charging socket IEC type 2 according to VDE-AR-E 2623-2-2 including cover.
The automatic detection of the charging cable and the control of the charging current in accordance with IEC 61851 or VDE-AR-E 2623-2-2, the load controller guaranteed. In addition to the automatic locking of the charging socket during charging, the company offers a power failure plug release.
Plug’n Charge offers all stations for three-phase 400 VAC (three-phase) with up to 22 kW. The charging power is automatically adjusted to 11 or 3.7 kW. In addition, at any time on customer request (inter alia, because of network capacity) generally lower power (e.g., 11 kW or 3.7 kW).
Other components are u. a. a load contactor (40 A, 4p), a residual current sensitive type B earth leakage circuit breaker with the possibility of automatic reclosing, as well as corresponding power supply units. The station is prepared for loading in the system. This includes the system control including data communication and networking via an RS485 interface for monitoring (when concluding a service contract).
For authorization, an RFID is already integrated and can be activated if required. This will additionally enable the station to be activated for loading. For The energy count of the charged current is a calibrated smart meter (Modbus RS485) integrated into the system. In addition, there is the additional option of data transfer to the e-mobility backend for the administration of user data.
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