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E-mobility - the future is now

The development of electromobility has seen rapid technological progress in recent years. Range, improved comfort and available charging options speak for themselves and facilitate an uncompromising switch to electric vehicles.


Loxone wall box

The Loxone Wallbox enables a fully automatic regulation of the charging power between 1.38 and 11 kW - so you really fill up for free! In addition, thanks to its modular expandability, it is super flexible and can easily be expanded to include many functions, such as a personalized charge release.

The highlights of the Loxone Wallbox:

  • Fully automatically adjustable between 1.38 kW and 11 kW for efficient PV excess charging

  • Integrated expansion module for NFC Code Touch, Touch Pure Flex or Touch Pure to implement numerous functions such as activation, billing, selection of different charging modes...

  • Reliable and easy integration thanks to Loxone Tree & Air technology

  • Integrated Modbus interface for connecting an energy meter, for example

Charging stations with a Schuko or CEE socket have an integrated auxiliary contact. This recognizes the plugging process and enables safe switching on and off. The charging point is protected with a combined circuit breaker with residual current release (FI / LS). The electric vehicle is either connected directly (mode 1) or connected to a mobile charger (called ICCB, "in cable control box") (mode 2).

Schuko / CEE socket (Mode 1, Mode 2)

In contrast to modes 1 and 2, the charging controller and the entire safety device are located in the charging station. The charging cables themselves do not have any additional protection or communication equipment. Typical charging capacities are between 3.7 kW single-phase and 43 kW three-phase. Vehicle and charging station manufacturers in the EU have agreed on the TYPE 2 charging connector system, which is used in a standardized manner for all charging stations available on the market. In addition to the TYPE 2 socket, a fixed TYPE 2 charging cable can also be used. The charger itself is located in the vehicle and determines the maximum possible charging power.

TYPE 1 and TYPE 2 sockets (Mode 3)

In contrast to the AC charging process mode 1 to mode 3, with CHAdeMO and CCS direct current flows from the charging station into the vehicle battery. The charger is located in the charging station - so the size and weight are not restricted by the space available in the vehicle. The charging power is significantly higher and enables the vehicle battery to be charged quickly and safely. Depending on the charging power and the battery capacity, the battery can be charged to at least 80% in approx. 8 - 30 minutes.

CHAdeMO and CCS (Mode 4)

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