New: Mess- und Eichrecht conform wall box

5.9.2019
  • News, Business, Technical
With our certified wall box innovation, charging sessions can be billed according to consumption - i.e. exactly the amount of electricity that has been charged. It fulfils all requirements of the German measuring and calibration law. In addition, the KEBA KeContact P30 ME scores with easy use, transparency, security of investment and the choice between socket and cable variants.

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