AC CHARGING

When to choose AC Charging

AC charging is suitable where the vehicles can charge uninterrupted for 6 to 8 hours

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  • Individual homes and offices
  • Residential apartments and commercial developments
  • Destination charging at hotels and overnight accommodation
  • Public charging facilities provided by public and private enterprises
  • Public and private car parks

AC Charging for Commercial Developments

Multi-node overnight AC charging in commercial developments, residential apartments and overnight accommodation is a much more attractive business proposition because the occupant will need to charge overnight. The stations are much more likely to have a high utilisation rate.

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  • On-board DC Leakage Protection

    This is now a legal requirement. DC leakage protection is implemented either by a DC leakage device in combination with an MCB or a Type B RCD. DC leakage protection must be on-board the station. Twin socket stations must have separate DC leakage for each socket. This is most commonly implemented by installing 2 Type B RCDs.

  • Australian Standards

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  • Remote charging activation via a timer
  • Remote control via Smart Phone
  • Integration with a CT clamp load balancing system so that the charging station load sheds when the house approaches its maximum permissible mains current (14 kW for a single phase house)
  • Adjustable power limits
  • Access control
  • Lockable with a key
  • RFID card Via smart phone app
  • Twin socket option – one station serves two parking spaces
  • Bollard mounting and wall mounted options
  • Embedded load management in twin socket stations
  • Surge protection
  • Networking
  • Connectable to a back end network management system using OCPP
  • Ethernet and/or 4G
  • Billing
  • Integration with backend billing systems for paid charging stations
  • Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) 1.6+ compatible. The station should be directly connectable to any OCPP compatible network management system. Some stations on the market can only be connected to the manufacturer’s network. OCPP connectivity is provided through a gateway on the manufacturer’s network. This is a security risk because the charging station provider has no control over the gateway side of the network and cannot install IOT intrusion detection devices on the manufacturer’s network.
  • Facility to dial down the power output of the charging station
  • Easy to install
  • LCD screen for messaging and instructions and should be daylight readable
  • RFID card and Optional credit card reader
  • ISO / IEC14443A
  • B MIFARE Classic
  • DESFire EV1
  • ISO 18092 / ECMA-340
  • NFC 13.56MHz
  • Rated to IP 65 and IK 10
  • Cable length 5 meter or more
  • Max ambient operating temperature +50 Celsius

Must have on-board DC leakage protection

Twin socket stations must have separate DC leakage for each socket. This is most commonly implemented by installing 2 Type B RCDs.

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