> Simply connect the vehicle to the charging station: charging can start without specific action.
> Charging can be stopped and then restarted using the Stop/Start button.
> The charging power can be limited by any energy management device providing that this device is able to close a potential-free contact wired to the Wallbox.
Characteristics of the power supply network
> 220-240 V single-phase - 50/60 Hz for 3.7 and 7.4 kW charging stations
> 380-415 V three-phase - 50/60 Hz for 11 and 22 kW charging stations
> Earthing system: TT, TN or IT
Mechanical and environmental characteristics
> Ingress protection code: IP54
> Impact protection code: IK10
> Operating temperature: -30°C to +50°C
> Storage temperature: -40°C to +80°C
> Attached cable length: 4 m
> Energy management: deferred charging start or charging current limitation
(16 A to 10 A, 32 A to 16 A)
> By key lock
> 24 months for the entire EVlink range
Range of 14 charging stations:
> Rated charging power: 3.7, 7.4, 11 or 22 kW
> T2 Socket outlet with or without shutter or attached cable with T1 or T2 connector
> High robustness of socket outlet (Type 2 or Type 2 with shutters) thanks to
silver plated contact avoiding overheat
> QR code App registration for easy installation tracking.
> High protection against mechanical impacts: IK10
> Suitable for outdoor use: IP54
Easy to use
> 'Plug & charge'
> One-touch stop/restart
> The enclosure serves as a hanger for the attached cable
> Technical documentation: installation sheet and quick start guide in different languages.
Energy management option
> Delayed start allows only charging during off-peak hours or temporary current limitation (from 16 A to 10 A or from 32 A to 16 A) to reduce the overall building consumption.
> The option can be activated through an external contact hardwired to the station.