Support in choosing among many wallbox variants
No two wallboxes are alike. Some devices have a fixed Type 2 charging cable, others a con-nector. Some wallboxes are designed for simple charging, others communicate with the PV system, and still others allow local load management, can be controlled via web interface, or have their own integrated 4G modem. Many more options are available, but not everyone needs the full range of features. To cut your search for the perfect charging station short, we are offering our convenient Wallbox Finder.
The right wallbox is only a few clicks away
Our Wallbox Finder is suited for newcomers to the world of electromobility as well as ex-perts – and even for sales reps. It makes no difference whether you are looking for a charg-ing station at home or for wallboxes for your company’s fleet or your own hotel parking lot. Using the Wallbox Finder is simple: Just answer a few straightforward multiple-choice ques-tions and get the perfect product result from all available KEBA models. Alternatively, you can choose to be guided through the questions in the Wallbox Finder and get product rec-ommendations that best suit your particular situation.
Info boxes for the right long-term product choice
KEBA’s Wallbox Finder provides an info box for each question and multiple-choice answer that explains why the question is important or relevant and what the particular device feature does. This prevents you from prematurely opting against a feature that might be need-ed further down the road. Certified charging station gauging, for instance, is the basis for passing on accrued energy costs to future tenants or the employer – and thus crucial for future-proofing your wallbox. Hence, the Wallbox-Finder supports, in a hands-on approach, your search for the right charging station and even saves you money with its far-sighted needs assessment.
Load management - importance and benefits
There are still more ICE vehicles than electric cars. But what if the situation changes over the next few years? Are the power inputs, particularly of large residential buildings, de-signed to have the majority of tenants “fill their tanks” at home? The answer is yes – if the load management is sophisticated enough.
How long does it take to charge an EV?
People often cite charging time as a major shortcoming of electric vehicles. However, the duration is dependent on many factors and can range from a few minutes to several hours. Find out below what causes such big divergences and why the actual charging time is irrelevant in most cases.
Plug or wallbox?
The standard delivery of an electric car in Europe usually includes a Type 2 charging cable that can be used for charging at a public charging station or wallbox with a socket, as well as a so-called emergency power cable with a Type F plug for the standard 230 V power outlet. You can use this emergency power cable to charge your electric car (or PHEV) in your garage at home. But should you really do that? There are several reasons why you shouldn't.