The EV Base works with a single-phase 240V supply providing up to 7.4kW per output or three-phase 415V supply providing up to a 22kW per output. The charger can be ordered with a Type 2 socket, or 5m lead with Type 2 plug. The Smappee EV Base is easy to install with a simple cable configuration and installation wizard.
The integrated LED lighting indicates charging status and provides ambient lighting when not in use. With integrated MID power meters the unit can monitor charging consumption and provides detailed consumption and charging session data via the Smappee smartphone app and online dashboard.
By adding a Smappee Infinity system to monitor the grid or EV charging circuit feed the end-user can add an overload set point. This allows for one, or multiple chargers to dynamically adjust their output to ensure the overload set point is not reached (also referred to as Dynamic Load Balancing).
Being OCPP 1.6 J compliant these chargers can be configured to operate with a third party billing platform. Charging sessions can be started and stopped via QR code, RFID and smart EV schedules.
Part of the Smappee Monitoring & Control Ecosystem
Gain Dynamic Load Balancing & Smart Charging by Adding the Infinity System
By integrating the EV Base with the Smappee Infinity energy management system users can take advantage of additional smart features including:
Dynamic Load Balancing
Adjusts the output across all chargers to protect from circuit overload or a maximum demand set-point.
Smart EV Charging
The smart charging function prioritises the use of excess solar power during the day and off-peak rates overnight. The output of the charger can even be controlled so that only excess solar power is used for charging.
Optimised Self-Sufficiency using Smart Monitoring & Control
Charge with Excess Solar Power During the Day & Off-Peak Rates Overnight
By integrating the EV Base with the Smappee Infinity energy management system users can take advantage of the smart charging function which prioritises the use of excess solar power during the day and off-peak rates overnight.
The output of the charger can be controlled so that only excess solar power is used for charging