KEBA was the test winner for wall boxes up to 4.6 kW. The ADAC particularly emphasized the simple operation and reliability as well as the integrated DC fault current detection, which makes an expensive FI type B superfluous.
Gerhard Wimmer, Sales Electric Mobility at KEBA, on the test results: "We are extremely pleased with this positive test result from the ADAC and ÖAMTC, which confirms our many years of work, experience and know-how in this field. The result shows that our Wallbox KeContact P30 is a reliable system component for the intuitive, simple charging of electric vehicles".
ADAC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30
ÖAMTC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30
AC and DC? Single-Phase and 3-Phase Charging?
If you want to drive an e-car or a plug-in hybrid, you have to deal with the subject of charging. You’ll quickly come across terms like alternating and direct current, single-phase and 3-phase charging. But what do they mean and how do these concepts influence the way you charge your vehicle? Here’s a summary of the most important points.
Charging at home or publicly?
A car with a combustion engine is refueled publicly at a service station. Why not do the same with an electric vehicle? After all, the public charging network has a large number of charging stations and gone are the days when people were forced to charge at home because the network had not been sufficiently developed. Four facts speak in favor of charging at home nonetheless.
Off to Italy: KEBA at the That’s Mobility
Last year, “That’s Mobility” was held for the first time in Milan, Italy. KEBA will attend this second edition of the trade fair, once more with its own booth, celebrating the tenth anniversary of the business division electromobility. This anniversary means 10 years of expertise in the field of smart charging solutions, where KEBA is among the top 3 manufacturers in the world with more than 150,000 wall boxes sold.