Compact and easily scalable
Our ChargeHere charging solution consists of three essential components: our slim TwinCharger with a fixed integrated charging cable, the ChargePanel operating terminal, and a central control panel, the ChargeBase.
We provide you with all in one
We’ll check your location and help you choose the ideal number of charging points
Our experts plan the development of your charging infrastructure for you
Together with our electrician we install for you
Through the monitoring we know all about your charging solution
No matter if it there is a problem or the annual maintenance – we take care of your charging stations
LOAD AND CHARGE MANAGEMENT
Charging many electric cars at once – how does that work?
Important to know: An essential component when using many charging stations in a car park is a balanced load and charge management system. This system is needed because there is usually only a limited connected load available from the building. This available capacity is specified by the local network operator.
What does this mean in detail? Every building has a certain power that can be “requested” from the power supply system. For example, for lighting in the underground parking. Through the charging points there are now additional power consumer. If many electric vehicles are charged at the same time, large load peaks can occur. The use of a load management system avoids these peaks and therefore the possible overloading of the grid connection.
Your advantage: Minimizing the costs resulting from load peaks. Saving money, because you have to pay less service charges due to load peaks.
What are the differences between the load management variants?
Static load management
In the case of static load management, the maximum grid connection capacity is maintained at all times and does not continuously adapt to the power requirements of the building. In this way we prevent your connected load from being exceeded by reducing the charging power of all active charging points. For this reason, a considerable
Dynamic load management
In the case of dynamic load management, the available load capacity is dynamically defined and continuously optimized. This means that the loading capacity dynamically adapts to the power requirements of the building and is automatically increased or reduced. In this way, we optimally use the available capacity of your connection.