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Charge at work

Individual and
solution-oriented

Wallboxes and billing solutions for companies

Charge at work

Individual and
solution-oriented

Wallboxes and billing solutions for companies

Intelligent charging infrastructure from a single source

Using ABL's intelligent charging infrastructure solutions, company vehicles as well as employee and visitor EVs can be charged on the premises. All charging procedures are captured by the emonvia backend, and the resulting costs are allocated automatically.
At the same time, load management ensures that your company grid is not overloaded and costly peak loads are avoided.
For company vehicles that are also being charged at home, we recommend the eMH2 Wallbox. It captures the amount of power consumed when charging and automatically credits it to the employee as part of payroll administration.

Quickfacts

Preconfigured and ready to install

Suitable for Master-Slave multiple unit installations

2 charge points of 22 kW each

kWh-accurate billing

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Wallbox eMH3 at TRUMPF AG with 86 charging points

Wallbox eMH3 at the hotel parking lot

Charging park N-ERGIE, Sandreuth with approx. 60 networked charging points

Wallbox eMH3 at TRUMPF AG with 86 charging points

Wallbox eMH3 at the hotel parking lot

Charging park N-ERGIE, Sandreuth with approx. 60 networked charging points

Models for commercial use

Wallbox eMH2

The future in a box

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

The future in a box


Wallbox eMH3

Double Power

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

Double Power

Which Wallbox is the right one?

A few steps to your product recommendation

Number of parking spaces?

How many EV parking spaces do you need?

Charging cable

Would you like a charging station with charging cable or charging socket?

Charging cable type 2
charging socket

The cars of the manufacturers VW, Mercedes, BMW, Tesla, Opel use a plug type 2. If you have decided for an Asian vehicle, we recommend the purchase of a Wallbox with charging socket type 2, to which you can connect your vehicle with the help of an adapter cable (type 2 - type 1).

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Secured charging process

To prevent charging by unauthorised persons. Charging begins only after authorization via RFID.

WITH RFID
WITHOUT RFID
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Billability

To monitor consumption and costs, e.g. for commercial use.

YES
NO
YES - Compliant with German calibration law

Note: If you wish, the RFID authentication information is obsolete.

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Wall mounting

Do you have the possibility to mount the charging station on the wall?

YES
NO
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What you need to know first.

Private connection

It is important to know when choosing the right charging station:"How much current is available?"
This will help you choose the optimum charging performance for your charging statio.

The charging station

There are charging stations with different charging performances. In order to be able to charge in a future-oriented way, we always recommend a charging capacity of 11 kW. This gives you a perfect balance between the house’connection’power’ and a future’oriented preparation’for’the new generation of electric vehicles.

The electric vehicle

Not only the available current of your house is of importance! The capacity of your electric vehicle also plays an important role in the selection of your charging station.

Frequently Asked Questions

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 Master 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 master-slave system and up to 16 charging points (excluding slaves) can be integrated.

Why is there also a tariff for 0 kW at public charging stations?

When a charging process is completed at a charging station that is subject to a charge, no more electricity flows (0 kW). However, a parking fee will still be charged, as other electric vehicles will not be able to charge at this charging station.

What do I do if I want to operate load management in a system with more than 16 charging points?

In this case, another master-slave system must be set up. The possibility of cascading, i.e. a structure in which several master-slave systems function in parallel with each other, will be planned for in the near future.

What is a master-slave system?

In a master-slave configuration, several charging points are connected in series. One charging station acts as the master. The communication controller (Single Board Computer short SBC) for controlling all charging points is integrated in the master charging station. In addition, the connection to the backend runs via the master. Within the system, load management can be operated with a specified maximum current so that exceeding the maximum current is prevented. Optionally, the consumption of an entire building can be measured and the charging infrastructure adapted.

Which backend supports my charging station?

Every hardware manufacturer can offer different backend operators that are compatible with its charging stations. ABL offers the possibility to integrate almost any backend.

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Do you have any questions?

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