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SolarEdge charging station 22 kW, RFID, MID
SolarEdge charging station 22 kW, RFID, MID Manufacturer: SolarEdge Type designation: SE-EVK22CRM-01 Order number: 6899
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Cable
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: MID compliant meter
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Sungrow EV Charger 11 kW
Sungrow EV Charger 11 kW Manufacturer: Sungrow Type designation: A-CH-00015 Order number: 7721
Power: 11 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Cable
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: No measurement
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Fronius Wattpilot GO 22 kW, socket
Fronius Wattpilot GO 22 kW, socket Manufacturer: Fronius Type designation: Wattpilot Go 22 J Order number: 6110
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: Simple digital reading
Fronius Wattpilot Home 11 kW 2.0
Fronius Wattpilot Home 11 kW 2.0 Manufacturer: Fronius Type designation: Wattpilot Home 11 J 2.0 Order number: 8226
Power: 11 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: Simple digital reading
Fronius Wattpilot GO 11 kW 2.0
Fronius Wattpilot GO 11 kW 2.0 Manufacturer: Fronius Type designation: Wattpilot Go 11 J 2.0 Order number: 8230
Power: 11 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: Simple digital reading
Fronius Wattpilot Home 22 kW 2.0
Fronius Wattpilot Home 22 kW 2.0 Manufacturer: Fronius Type designation: Wattpilot Home 22 J 2.0 Order number: 8232
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 1
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: No
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: Simple digital reading
Fronius Wattpilot GO 22 kW 2.0
Fronius Wattpilot GO 22 kW 2.0 Manufacturer: Fronius Type designation: Wattpilot Go 22 J 2.0 Order number: 8231
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: Yes
Energy meter: Simple digital reading
ABL eMH1 11 kW socket incl. RC
ABL eMH1 11 kW socket incl. RC Manufacturer: ABL Type designation: 1W1121 Order number: 5846
Power: 11 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: No
Surplus charging: No
Energy meter: No measurement
ABL eMH1 11 kW with cable type 2 incl. RC
ABL eMH1 11 kW with cable type 2 incl. RC Manufacturer: ABL Type designation: 1W1101 Order number: 4059
Power: 11 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Cable
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: No
Surplus charging: No
Energy meter: No measurement
ABL eMH1 22 kW with cable type 2 incl. RC
ABL eMH1 22 kW with cable type 2 incl. RC Manufacturer: ABL Type designation: 1W2201 Order number: 4060
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Cable
Number of charging points: 1
Access control: No
Surplus charging: No
Energy meter: No measurement
ABL eMH3 TWIN Slave+ 44 kW
ABL eMH3 TWIN Slave+ 44 kW Manufacturer: ABL Type designation: 3W4473 Order number: 5837
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 2
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: No
Energy meter: MID compliant meter
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ABL eMH3 TWIN Slave+ 22 kW incl. Backend Basic
ABL eMH3 TWIN Slave+ 22 kW incl. Backend Basic Manufacturer: ABL Type designation: 3W2253B Order number: 4388
Power: 22 kilowatt
AC phases: 3
Charging port: Socket
Number of charging points: 2
Access control: RFID
Surplus charging: No
Energy meter: Meter compliant with the German calibration law
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Electric mobility is rapidly gaining ground. Electric and hybrid vehicles are currently considered heroes in the fight against climate change. To charge an electric car, the energy of a connected solar system is of course ideal. With the surplus energy produced by the solar system, electric cars can be charged ecologically and affordably. This is why private individuals, companies and even the federal government are focusing their attention on electromobility.

Who uses the charging station? And where will it be installed? This determines, among other things, the charging mode of the wallbox, the type of connector and the appropriate energy meter. Also consider security measures, such as a key card.

 
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