Installation in urban areas, public places and in general in strategic points for mobility, appropriately agreed with local administrations.
Customer identification, initiation and interruption of charging procedure through contactless RFID card.
Communication with the Control Center (EMM) through GPRS equipment o UMTS installed on board the vehicle with TIM operator.
Real-time modulation of the recharge process through the PWM signal managed by the Control Center.
Computerized interface for the user, to support the Customer in the recharging procedure and provide information on the status of the refueling.
The average charging time for an electric car depends on the chosen socket configuration and on the maximum kW power used for this infrastructure.
Smart Meter: 2 Enel three-phase electronic counters (simultaneous charging on both sockets if necessary).
TLC modem (GPRS / UMTS) for communication with Control Center.
RFID reader compliant with ISO N14443 and ISO 14443B standards.
Display with backlight and protective glass.
2 LEDs for signaling and delivery.
Side gems for led lighting.
Equipped with Lame Scame L, N, EARTH + Pilot, IP44 certified with device lock connector + cover.
Equipped with Mennekes Socket R, S, T, N, EARTH + Pilot + Proximity, IP44 certified with connector blocking device + cover.
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