Why choose Easee Charge?
Easee Charge maximises the available electrical capacity in your building. When multiple charging robots are connected to the same fuse, the available energy on the circuit will be automatically and dynamically distributed between the units.
The Easee Charge maximises the available electrical capacity within a building using dynamic load and phase balancing. This is the ultimate solution for delivering EV charging at scale for the workplace, apartment blocks, car parks or fleet usage. The Charging Robot is compact and lightweight, approximately 69% smaller than other solutions and weighing just 1.5kg. Supplied with black faceplate.
A sturdy and weatherproof post designed for the Easee Home and Easee Charge, in 1-way, 2-way and 4-way versions. It is easy to connect the poles in series with the optional 'Easee Power Rail' connection box. The pole has an integrated cable hook which makes it possible to have the charging cable permanently connected.
Easee have done their utmost to offer an elegant charging solution for home or business which can match the car, house or building you are installing onto. They have front cover plates in five different colours: black, white, red, blue or anthracite (grey). Each one has a socket cap.
A 7.5m long single phase or three-phase electric vehicle charging cable rated at 32A (up to 22kW), with a type 2 plug on each end. It is designed to work with all Type 2 compatible vehicles, with the ability to charge from 1.4kW to 22kW. The charging lead can be permanently connected to the Easee Charging Robot if required.
Keep your charging cables tidy and secure. The Easee U-hook cable holders are manufactured from hand-polished acid-resistant steel and available in premium chrome, white or black.
With an Easee RFID key, you have the option to start and stop your charger, limit access to authorized users only, pay for usage and record consumption data across multiple Easee devices.
Easee enables load balancing of up to 101 Charging Robots on a single circuit. It can operate both online and offline.
The charger can charge on both 1 and 3 phase and supports charging up to 22 kW. It has a Type 2 universal charging connector.
With Easee Charge, you can charge up to 10x* times faster than with a regular outlet. It charges as quickly as possible with the available capacity and provides you with the highest charging power.
The Charging Robot is equipped with built-in E-sim and mobile communication. The type of communication may vary, but the charging robot supports a variety of standards such as 2G, 4G and CAT-M1. We are using an operator which is utilizing the Telia network in Norway with Telia roaming partners in Europe. If you buy now you get a 4G subscription included for life.
The Charging Robot is updated with new features continuously. This way, you know that you have purchased a safe and future-proof product.
The Charging Robot is 69% smaller and lighter than other electric chargers, with similar functionality. It weighs only 1.5kg! This means that we save the environment at least 4 kilos of copper and plastic per produced charger.
We have made it easy and affordable to invest in modern and forward-looking charging infrastructure. With “Easee Ready” docking station you get a completely EV ready charge point at low cost. By pre-installing the infrastructure within the building, upon demand Easee Charge can subsequently be deployed with our innovative “Plug & Play” technology at no additional installation cost.
The charging robot acts as an intelligent junction box and it supports the expansion of multiple charging stations on the same cable. This allows you to easily scale the system
The charging robots have a fully autonomous load balancing system built-in ensuring that the power draw is evenly balanced.
The intelligent queuing system ensures that all cars are charged without overloading the available power supply. The Easee Charge measures accurate power consumption through its built-in power meters. When a charging station has multiple owners, you can keep track of the power consumption of each one, by registering their charge with a RFID chip or through the app.