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Architects and specialist planners

The elegant way
to charge

eMobility Know-how for charging infrastructure

Architects and specialist planners

The elegant way
to charge

eMobility Know-how for charging infrastructure

Count on eMobility

Contemporary architecture combines sustainable technology with good design. From family homes to multi-storey car parks - we would be pleased to assist you with planning your EV charging infrastructure project and support you during its implementation.

Quick Facts for Architects and specialist planners

Elegant design

Space-saving housing

Wallbox with two charging points

High safety standard

Your product overview

Wallbox eMH1

Compact size ·
ADAC test winner

The simple plug & charge solution

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Wallbox eMH1

The simple plug & charge solution

Compact size ·
ADAC test winner


Wallbox eMH2

Elegant design

Our all-rounder enabling billing, load management and remote updates

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Wallbox eMH2

Our all-rounder enabling billing, load management and remote updates

Elegant design


Wallbox eMH3

Elegant design - two charging points

The smart twin Wallbox with billing, load management and remote software updating

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Wallbox eMH3

The smart twin Wallbox with billing, load management and remote software updating

Elegant design - two charging points

Interesting facts for Architects and specialist planners

Data Sheets & Co.

In our download area you will find current image brochures for all our products as well as a lot of further information and videos about our products.

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Data Sheets & Co.

In our download area you will find current image brochures for all our products as well as a lot of further information and videos about our products.

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Meet us in person

Please feel free to visit us at one of our events. Exact dates and further information can be found here

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Meet us in person

Please feel free to visit us at one of our events. Exact dates and further information can be found here

Checklist for the installation of a charging station

In order to charge your electric vehicle quickly and safely, there are some basic requirements that must be met. We have put together a list to prepare you perfectly for the upcoming installation.

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Checklist for the implementation of your charging infrastructure

In order to find a suitable charging solution for your electric car fleet, which is perfectly adapted to the conditions of your company, some preliminary considerations are necessary. We explain to you in five clear steps how to implement your charging solution.

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Your own charging station in the parking lot of an apartment building

The number of electric car owners is rising steadily - and so is the demand for ways to recharge vehicles. In contrast to home ownership, the installation of charging solutions for tenants still doesn't seem so easy. Here we have summarized the most important information about the installation of a charging station in apartment buildings.

Read

Checklist for the installation of a charging station

In order to charge your electric vehicle quickly and safely, there are some basic requirements that must be met. We have put together a list to prepare you perfectly for the upcoming installation.

Read

Checklist for the implementation of your charging infrastructure

In order to find a suitable charging solution for your electric car fleet, which is perfectly adapted to the conditions of your company, some preliminary considerations are necessary. We explain to you in five clear steps how to implement your charging solution.

Read

Your own charging station in the parking lot of an apartment building

The number of electric car owners is rising steadily - and so is the demand for ways to recharge vehicles. In contrast to home ownership, the installation of charging solutions for tenants still doesn't seem so easy. Here we have summarized the most important information about the installation of a charging station in apartment buildings.

Read

Frequently asked questions by colleagues

What do I do in an underground car park if no communication can be established to a backend?

Here it is possible to use an external control unit, which replaces the Controller Wallbox at the same time. Consisting of an LTE module and the SBC, this component is installed in a location with sufficient reception. With the aid of this component, load management can also be operated in the form of a controller-extender system and up to 16 charging points (excluding extenders) can be integrated.

How large must the supply line at a charging station be?

The size of the supply line depends on the maximum charging current of the charging station and the length of the supply line. The supply line must be designed by a qualified electrician.

How far can I get with my fully charged electric vehicle?

The range of an electric vehicle depends on the battery size of the vehicle. Today's models have a range of up to 600 kilometers. However, the manufacturer's specification is below the range in real operation. In the real application, the range is reduced due to different driving behavior, as well as the use of features such as air conditioning and heating.

Why you must NOT charge your electric vehicle at a SCHUKO socket outlet?

Charging at a SCHUKO socket outlet is not recommended for two reasons: The charging process will take several hours due to the low output and the power transmitted during a charging process is very high in relation to other consumers in the house. A SCHUKO socket outlet is NOT designed for such a protracted permanent load! It leads to strong heat development and in extreme cases even to the melting of the SCHUKO socket outlet.

What types of charging stations are there?

Charging stations are divided into two different charging types: AC charging stations (alternating current) and DC charging stations (direct current). With AC charging stations, charging capacities between 3.7 and 44 kW are possible. The alternating current is converted into direct current inside the electric vehicle, by means of a rectifier, as the battery is charged with direct current. In the case of the DC charging stations, the current is already converted into direct current within the charging station. With this charging method, charging capacities of up to 350 kW are possible. For this reason, these charging stations are correspondingly more cost-intensive. DC charging stations are mainly used at motorway service stations, as a fast charging process is expected at these locations. In urban areas, the AC charging station has established itself as the standard.

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