Public electric vehicle charging station

 

CityCharge V2 is classified as fast Mode 3 charging station with ability to provide up to 44 kW (2×22 kW) of power using two Type 2 charging sockets. CityCharge V2 is manufactured using the highest quality materials. The solid housing is made of extruded CNC machined and anodized aluminum parts that are designed to last. Top quality electronics with integrated climate control ensures highest reliability even in the worst weather conditions. Bright animated LED screen and side bars are visible even in the direct sunlight, while giving modern impression and are seen from a distance at night.

Designed for

Public parking

Boat charging

Fleet parking

Company territory

Technical specifications
Socket type
  • 2 x Type 2 Mode 3 - IEC 62196 (Mode 3)
  • T2S Shutter Socket (Optional)
Input power
  • 3 or 1 phase 400 V/AC 50 Hz 64 A or 32 A
Output power (optional)
  • 2x3-phase 400 V/AC 32 A (2x22 kW)
  • 2x3-phase 400 V/AC 16 A (2x11 kW)
  • 2x1-phase 230 V/AC 32 A (2x7,4 kW)
  • 2x1-phase 230 V/AC 16 A (2x3,7 kW)
User interface
  • LED backlight screen
  • RFID user access control
  • LED status indication
  • Smart energy meter (MID)
Safety protection
  • Charging cable locking
  • Short circuit protection
  • Leakage current protection
  • Leakage current breaker auto reset (optional)
Communication (optional)
  • 4G Elios.cloud and OCPP 1.6 JSON
  • WiFi Elios.cloud and OCPP 1.6 JSON
  • Ethernet Elios.cloud and OCPP 1.6 JSON
  • Power balancing
  • Dynamic Load Management (Smart Charging)
Other specifications
  • Operational temperature -30 °C to +50 °
  • IP54 electrical enclosure rating
  • IK10 vandalism-proof rating
  • Stainless aluminum housing
  • Dimensions 150 x 350 x 1370 mm
  • Weight 35 kg
  • UV resistant
  • CE certified
Type 2 socket
2 sockets up to 2x22kW
RFID authorization
Integrated smart energy meter
4G / WiFi / OCPP communication
Elios.cloud web administration

Also in CityCharge product line

CityCharge Mini2
CityCharge V2 Plus
CityCharge Mini2 Plus

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