Wall boxes in the ADAC and the ÖAMTC test

KEBA charging station receives test rating "very good" (mark: 1.3)

10.12.2018
  • News, Technical, Private, Business
As every year the German ADAC as well as and the Austrian ÖAMTC tested twelve charging stations for electric cars: half of the wallboxes put through their paces were not recommended. The KEBA KeContact P30 charging station received an overall rating of 1.3 (judgement: very good) and is therefore recommended without restriction by the two mobility clubs!

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

ADAC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30

ÖAMTC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30

ÖAMTC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30

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