A planning software where you can import 3D Models, an intelligent charging cable with mobile electricity metre, an in-roof module in three formats and a junction box that can be installed without drilling. These are our top products of the week.
Charging infrastructure is expensive, electricity metres are stationary and the charging cable is just a cable. Right? Not necessarily.
An EMS to control and monitor installations more efficiently, three new solar panels, a telecontroller that can be controlled via LTE and a mobile tester to calibrate EV charging stations. These are our top products of the week:
As of April 2019, only calibrated charging stations are permitted for billing. A new charging metre box enables the authorities to carry out a precise and quick verification – even without an electric car.
Stationary storage batteries and inverters interact with charging technology for electric vehicles, which is becoming increasingly important in the day-to-day business of installing companies.
Glare-free glass and overhead modules in standard sizes, a charge controller for fast DC EV charging, a new aesthetic in-roof system and a new overvoltage protection for DC systems. These are our top products of the week:
Raycap introduces Probloc B 1000 DC, a new overvoltage protection for DC applications. The solution can be used to protect multiple electric mobility systems.
Phoenix Contact are presenting a charge controller to allow fast charging of electric vehicles and integration of the charge point into an energy management system.
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