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eMobility know-how
for the trade

A powerful partner

The electrical wholesale sector links industry and trade through its extensive networks. In conjunction with the wholesale sector, we are using a 3-stage distribution model.

With this triad, we have been leading the Wallbox market in Norway, Europe's foremost eMobility pioneer, for several years.

From stand-alone Wallboxes to complex EV charging systems, ABL offers attractive solutions for building up EV charging infrastructure.

Qick Facts for the trade

Preconfigured and ready to install

Easy to operate

High safety standard

Easy to install

Product overview

Wallbox eMH1

11 kW · 16 A · 3 ph
22 kW · 32 A · 3 ph

The simple plug & charge solution for domestic applications

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Wallbox eMH1

The simple plug & charge solution for domestic applications

11 kW · 16 A · 3 ph
22 kW · 32 A · 3 ph


Wallbox eMH2

22 kW · 32 A · 3 ph

The smart all-rounder with billing function, load management and remote software updating for commercial applications

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Wallbox eMH2

The smart all-rounder with billing function, load management and remote software updating for commercial applications

22 kW · 32 A · 3 ph


Wallbox eMH3

22 kW · 32 A · 3ph
44 kW · 63 A · 3ph

The smart twin Wallbox with billing, load management and remote software updating for commercial and public applications

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Wallbox eMH3

The smart twin Wallbox with billing, load management and remote software updating for commercial and public applications

22 kW · 32 A · 3ph
44 kW · 63 A · 3ph

Charging Pole eMC

44 kW · 63 A · 3 ph

The robust charging poles with billing, load management and remote updates

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Charging Pole eMC

The robust charging poles with billing, load management and remote updates

44 kW · 63 A · 3 ph

Support for the trade

eMobility Training Advanced

In our eMobility Advanced training you will receive all important information for the installation, testing and maintenance of charging stations.

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eMobility Training

eMobility Training Advanced

In our eMobility Advanced training you will receive all important information for the installation, testing and maintenance of charging stations.

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Data Sheets & Manuals

All technical data of our products as well as instructions with detailed illustrations for assembly and operation.

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Installationvideo

Compact and informative installation video that guides you step by step through the installation of our Wallbox.

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Data Sheets & Manuals

All technical data of our products as well as instructions with detailed illustrations for assembly and operation.

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Installationvideo

Compact and informative installation video that guides you step by step through the installation of our Wallbox.

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Your direct contact

Do you need advertising material or have questions about other special points? We will be happy to answer your questions directly and personally.

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User manual

Your direct contact

Do you need advertising material or have questions about other special points? We will be happy to answer your questions directly and personally.

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Product launch eMH2 - NEW

Wallbox eMH2

22 kW · 32 A · 3ph

The smart all-rounder with billing function, load management and remote software updating for commercial applications

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Wallbox eMH2

The smart all-rounder with billing function, load management and remote software updating for commercial applications

22 kW · 32 A · 3ph

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of connector is required when charging at charging stations?

According to the EU Parliament's draft law, type 2 has been the European standard for charging infrastructures since April 2014. However, there are adapter charging cables that can connect a charging station equipped with a type 2 socket to a vehicle equipped with type 1 plug.

What types of connectors are there?

The AC connectors have three different connector types.
Plug type 1 was developed in Japan for the vehicle side. It is designed for a single-phase charge with a maximum current of 32 A and a voltage of 250 V.
Plug type 2 was proposed in Germany for the vehicle and infrastructure side, which can charge single-phase (maximum 70 A) to three-phase (maximum 63 A) with a maximum voltage of 480 V. The connector type 2 is designed for a single-phase charge with a maximum current of 32 A and a maximum voltage of 250 V. The connector type 2 is designed for a single-phase charge with a maximum voltage of 480 V. This can be extended by a combo connector to charge up to 350 kW at a DC charging station.
Plug type 3 was developed in Italy and enables single to three-phase charging at a maximum current of 16 A or 63 A and a maximum voltage of 400 V. However, this variant has not been established and is hardly found anymore.
Type GB describes single-phase and three-phase charging in China. A special lever system ensures locking between the vehicle inlet and the vehicle charging plug.
Three connector types have also established themselves for DC charging plugs.
The Japanese standard CHAdeMO (20 kW - 400 kW) is mainly used in Japan, China and the USA along with the type GB/T 20234 which was developed in China but is not common in Europe. In addition, there is the CCS (Combined Charging System) plug, which is a combination of a type 2 plug and combo plug. This was declared a European standard by the EU in 2013.

Welches Backend unterstützt meine Ladesäule?

Jeder Hardware-Hersteller kann verschiedene Backendbetreiber anbieten, die mit seinen Ladestationen kompatibel sind. ABL bietet die Möglichkeit, nahezu jedes Backend zu integrieren.

Welche Kommunikationsarten gibt es zwischen Ladepunkt und Backend?

Um eine Kommunikation mit dem Backend aufzubauen, gibt es verschiedene Kommunikationsmöglichkeiten. Die Kommunikation kann einerseits mit Hilfe von LTE über eine SIM Karte des Backendbetreibers mit dem Backend erfolgen. Andererseits besteht die Möglichkeit, über die Integration eines bestehenden LAN mit dem Backend zu kommunizieren. Aktuell bietet ABL auch eine Kommunikation mittels Wireless LAN an.

Was passiert, wenn die Ladestation während des Ladevorgangs überhitzt oder überlastet?

In den Ladestationen von ABL ist eine interne Temperaturüberwachung integriert, welche die Ladestation vor Überhitzung schützt. Hierfür wird der Ladestrom automatisch auf ein sicheres Niveau begrenzt. Ein elektronischer Überstromschutz schützt zudem das Ladekabel vor einer Überlastung.

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