Charging Stations for Home and Business

Charging Stations

Discover our high-quality charging stations designed for home and business use. With our extensive range, you will always find the perfect solution for charging your electric vehicle wherever and whenever you want.

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Choice Guide.

Most suitable products for your car.

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    Charging stations with fixed cable

    These charging stations come standard with a fixed cable.

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    Charging stations with socket

    These charging stations come standard with socket connection.

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    Home Charging Stations

    These charging stations are often more suitable for home/private use.

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    Charging Stations For Business

    These charging stations are also great for business use.

Advice on choosing a Charging station:

  • Power Meter Cabinet & Load-Balancing

    Check the capacity of your meter box to determine whether it is suitable for a 1-phase or 3-phase charging station. Dynamic Load Balancing determines the charging speed of a charging station based on the available capacity.

  • Charging speed & Power

    Consider how fast you want your electric vehicle to charge. Some charging stations offer faster charging than others, depending on power and capacity.

  • Type of Connection

    Check what type of connection your electric vehicle uses (Type 1 or Type 2) and make sure the charging station is compatible. This applies to charging stations with a fixed Charging cable. Do you want your own Charging cable use? Then consider a Charging station with Socket connection.

  • Home or Business Use

    Determine whether you will use the charging station primarily at home or at a business location, as this may affect features such as access control and charging charge settlement.


Suitable For All Car Brands And Models: Charge Your Electric Car On The Road

Whether you drive a Tesla, Volkswagen, Hyundai or any other brand of electric car, our charging stations are compatible with all car makes and models. With their flexibility and ease of use, they offer a reliable charging solution wherever you are. Browse our range and discover the perfect Charging station for your electric car!

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How does Dynamic Load Balancing work?

Dynamic Loadbalancing is a smart technology used in electric vehicle charging stations. It allows the charging station to automatically adjust the charging rate based on the available electrical capacity and the load on the power grid at any given time.

Dynamic Load balancing can be applied not only in charging stations themselves, but also in the meter box. By installing a load balancer in the meter box, the electrical load of the entire home or business can be regulated, making electric vehicle charging more efficient and reliable, without the risk of overloading the power grid.

For example, imagine multiple electric vehicles charging simultaneously in a residential area. At busy times, the power grid can become overloaded, leading to power outages or reduced performance of the charging stations. With Dynamic Loadbalancing, the charging station can dynamically control the charging rate, for example, temporarily reducing the charging rate when the load on the network is high, and increasing it when more capacity is available. This prevents overcharging and makes efficient use of the available electrical capacity. This contributes to stable operation of the power grid and ensures that electric vehicle charging remains reliable, even during peak hours.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is a Charging station?

A charging station, also known as Charging station or charging station, is a device used to charge electric vehicles by transferring electricity from the grid to the vehicle.

What types of charging stations are there?

There are different types of charging stations, including home chargers, public charging stations, fast chargers and semi-public charging stations. Each type has its own characteristics and applications.

Can I install a Charging station install one myself?

The installation of a charging station often requires professional help from a licensed installer. They will connect the charging station to the electricity network and possibly apply for the necessary permits.

What is the difference between AC and DC charging?

AC charging (alternating current) is used for slow and normal charging, while DC charging (direct current) is used for fast charging. AC charging is done at home and workplace charging stations, while DC charging is mostly found at highway fast-charging stations.

How can I offset my charging costs?

If you have a charging station on your own property, you can choose to bear your charging costs yourself. At public charging stations, charges can be settled via a charging card or mobile app, depending on the provider. If you have a charging station that supports OCPP, you can use a charging management platform CPO to settle business costs for your charging sessions. Here you can use split billing, where the costs are split between the owner of the charging station and the user.

How long does it take to charge my car?

The charging time for an electric car depends on several factors, including the capacity of the battery, the power of the charging station and the charge level. In general, it takes several hours to fully charge a car, but this can vary.

Do I need a Dynamic Load Balancer?

Dynamic load balancing ensures that available electricity is evenly distributed between multiple charging stations, preventing overloading of the grid. This can be useful in situations where multiple vehicles are being charged at the same time.