Using energy efficiently:

Power Balancing means that the charging station automatically divides the available power over the vehicles that are charging. The charger analyses the available capacity and how much power the vehicles require. Subsequently, the smart electronics distribute the power based on the maximum capacity of the connection. With the system, electric vehicles can always be charged, even if the installation has a limited capacity.
ONE VEHICLE is being charged. The maximum amount of power is available for the electric car.
TWO VEHICLES have been connected. The charging station will divide the available power over the two electric cars. It is possible that the cars are being charged at a lower speed.
GROUP OF VEHICLES have been connected. When multiple charging stations for multiple electric vehicles are installed, the charging power is distributed equally across all electric vehicles to be charged, avoiding cost-intensive, one-off increases in connection capacity and prevent peak loads that result in higher demand charges.
Using Dynamic Load Management, Smart Charging system safely balances energy consumption between your electric vehicle, charging station and other devices on site. Smart energy meter is mounted on the power distribution cabinet and is used to measure the power consumption of the building, and a reserve is allocated to the charging station to charge the electric vehicle. When the real-time energy consumption of a building is high, the charging station performs charging slowly or temporary stops charging, and when the building’s electricity consumption decreases, the charging station increases the charging capacity. Thanks to the intelligent system, you will optimally load the power input of your building, which will save you the cost of increasing the input. With the additional use of the time schedule function, you will perform charging when the price of electricity is at its lowest.

Smart EV charging:

The Elios.cloud is a management system based on a web application. In the initial phase, the system was only designed for internal use for the management and fault monitoring of Elinta Charge charging stations. Over time, more and more functions were added to the system, to the point where the functionality and performance of the system allowed us to offer it to our customers not only as an extension for fault tracking, but as a complete full tool for the management of charging stations.
Fault tracing – Yes, with fault comment: overcurrent, overvoltage, etc.
Dynamic Load Management – Yes, with full system setup.
RFID user database – Yes + RFID user creation.
Integration to payment solutions – Yes, by card reader or mobile iOS/Android application.
Charging station updates – Yes, approved nightly updates/beta updates if no one charging.
Hardware monitoring – Yes, temperature, location, software version, ip-address monitoring.
Schedule functions – Yes, free charge, max charge time, schedule depending on weekday.
Power consumption monitoring – Yes, by user, station, group, total.
Adjust charger indication colors – Yes, various color combination is available.
Setting up payment rules – Yes, depending on power consumption, time spent charging, etc.
App transaction log – Yes, including payment information.
Remote charger control – Yes, remote reboot, start, stop.
Creating new users – Yes, new user creation with various access rules and privileges.
Multiple level user control – Yes, multiple user family-tree.
Interactive Map – Yes, based on google-maps.
Charge log – Yes, with unlimited history.
User control – Yes, full user control with privileges and access control
Combine stations to groups – Yes, stations can be grouped and share the same setting.
User control access – Yes, it is possible to restrict what users can see or do in the system
OCPP – Yes, 1.6 JSON
Other manufacturer integration – Yes. Possible to integrate not only Elinta Charge chargers.
OCPP stands for ‘Open Charge Point Protocol’. It is the protocol that defines the connection between the EV charge points and charge point operators. Elinta Charge chargers support OCPP 1.6 JSON, which is the most widely and commonly used protocol.