2 EV-‐Box Charging Column The EV-‐Box Charging Column comes with two charging points made from high quality stainless steel and is powder coated. There is room for a grid facility box in the lower compartment. EV-‐Box has developed a publicly accessible vehicle other providers and have the charge column published in charging station, which can be placed in public spaces, the “NavTeq” and “Tom-‐Tom” databases. The BackOffice containing a master switch and a compartment for the also features a link to the "CIR" (Central Interoperability grid administrator in the lower section of the box, which Register) so that you can be fully inter-‐operable with can be sealed separately. The grid administrator box has other affiliated providers. As such, EV Box offers a full an IP67 rating, which meets all requirements and safety functionality, optimal safety instructions as prescribed by the main supplier’s grid and an excellent service administrators. The charging station has two charging through a nation-‐wide network points (Type 2), a RFID reader, a Mode 3 controller, a of Service Dealers. The GPS position indicator and a GSM communication charging capacity of the module. Each charging point has been fused separately. charging column is up to 22 kW This allows all other functions and the other charging per charge point. The charging point to keep functioning normally in case of user error. column meets the latest IEC 61851 standards, has a CE Through the BackOffice application, the charge column Certificate and is tested and approved for all different can be managed and access makes of cars. Users can activate a charging column security as well as using a charge pass or their mobile phone. The Mode 3 transaction history, can be controller handles the communication with the vehicle. checked via the web During charging, the plug in the socket will be locked. interface. The Once the charging session is completed, the transaction administrator can information is sent to the BackOffice. The EV charging independently determine station is highly suitable to be placed within rates and publish them via Google Maps. Individual users municipalities in publicly accessible and heavily and user-‐groups can be created. The invoicing is carried frequented public spaces. The charging column is out fully automatically by means of issuing an electronic available in any RAL colour and can be fitted with invoice, a direct debit payment, or via real time payment. customised/corporate logos and advertising. The BackOffice also offers the possibility to roam with
3 T h e E V -‐ B o x C h a r g i n g S t a t i o n s h a v e a c o n t e m p o r a r y a p p e a r a n c e a n d c a n b e u s e d i n p u b l i c s p a c e s a s w e l l a s o n p r i v a t e p r o p e r t y a n d i s s u i t a b l e f o r i n d o o r a n d o u t d o o r u s e . T h e h o u s i n g i s m a d e o f B a y -‐ B l e n d ( P o l y c a r b o n a t e ) a n d i s e n t i r e l y m a n u f a c t u r e d i n T h e N e t h e r l a n d s . The EV-‐Box housing is (stock-‐standard) available in seven base colours. This allows the charging station to, either conspicuously or inconspicuously, be fully integrated into its surroundings. The housing is made of “Bay-‐Blend” in collaboration with Bayer. The material is colourfast, impact resistant and fireproof. It can be said that it is a unique and revolutionary product in its design, applied technology and security features. It could be argued that the product is unique and revolutionary with regard to its design, shape and safety features. It is designed with the latest state-‐of-‐the art technology, nevertheless extremely user-‐friendly. Through the coloured LED-‐ring, the charging status is communicated to the user. This makes the charging station’s operation simple and easy. The EV-‐Box pole model has two charging points and is available in different configurations. The model is designed so that it can be mounted on a standard traffic-‐sign pole. This is very practical. In case of a collision, it will (in most cases) be sufficient to just replace the pole. A curved stainless steel bracket model is available, especially for mounting on the walls in, for example, public or private parking garages. Depending on the selected type, a pole model provides a maximum charging load of up to 11kW per chargepoint. It meets the latest IEC 61851 Standards, has a CE Certification and has been tested and approved for all different makes of cars. Users can activate the charging point with their charge pass, mobile phone, a push-‐button or key device. The Mode 3 controller handles the communication with the vehicle. During charging, the plug in the socket is locked. Upon the completion of the charge-‐ session, the transaction’s data are sent to the BackOffice (optional). The EV-‐Box is a modular product. This allows the owner to start off with an entry-‐ level (basic) model, which can be upgraded to a different outlet and, for example, be fitted with a Mode3 controller, GSM communication module or different EV-‐Box Polemodel payment options, at a later stage. The EV-‐Box pole model is ideally suited for companies and individuals who own private property or manage publicly The EV-‐BOX pole model has two charging points accessible spaces, and can be situated both inside and outside and is available in seven base-‐colours. The Charging premises. Through the BackOffice it is possible to promote the Station can be personalised with your own colour Charging Station, using Google Maps, “Tom-‐Tom” and and logo. Through the coloured led-‐ring the “NavTeq”. The BackOffice features a link to the "CIR" (Central charging status is communicated to the user. Interoperability Register) and is therefore, fully inter-‐operable with other affiliated service providers.
4 EV -‐B o x w all m o d els are su itab le b o th fo r in d o o r an d o u td o o r u se. Th e lite versio n co m es w ith a ch argin g cab le an d p lu g. Th e alu m in iu m b ack p late w ill en ab le yo u to m o u n t th e w all m o d els o n an y su rface. Th e h o u sin g is im p act-‐resistan t, co lo u r-‐resistan t an d n o n-‐co m b u stib le. The EV-‐Box wall model is actually a half pole model. It has Users can activate the charge point with their charge pass, the same unique features and has one charging point. mobile phone, a push button or a key. The Mode 3 controller handles the communication with the vehicle. The EV-‐Box housing is (stock-‐standard) available in seven During charging, the plug in the Charging Station is locked. base-‐colours. This allows the charge station to, either Upon completion of the charge session, the transaction conspicuously or inconspicuously, be fully integrated into data are sent to the BackOffice (optional). its surroundings. The housing is made of “Bay-‐Blend” in collaboration with Bayer. The material is colourfast, impact The EV-‐Box is a modular product. This allows the owner to resistant and fireproof. It can be said that it is a unique and start off with an entry-‐ level (basic) model, which can be revolutionary product in its design, applied technology and upgraded to a different outlet and, for example, be fitted security features. It could be argued that the product is with a Mode3 controller, GSM communication module or unique and revolutionary with regard to its design, shape different payment options, at a later stage. and safety features. It is designed with the latest state-‐of-‐ The EV-‐Box wall model is ideally suited for companies and the art technology, nevertheless extremely user-‐friendly. individuals who own private property or manage publicly Through the coloured LED–ring, the charging status is accessible spaces, and can be situated both inside and communicated to the user. This makes the charging outside premises. Through the BackOffice it is possible to station’s operation simple and easy. promote the Charging Station, using Google Maps, “Tom-‐ The EV-‐Box wall model is available in different Tom” and “NavTeq”. The BackOffice features a link to the configurations. As a stock-‐standard item, the model is "CIR" (Central Interoperability Register) and is, therefore, fitted with an aluminium back plate which will enable you fully inter-‐operable with other affiliated service providers. to mount wall models on any surface, both indoors and outdoors. Depending on the selected type, a wall model provides a maximum charging load of up to 11kW per chargepoint. It meets the latest IEC 61851 Standards, has a CE Certification and has been tested and approved for all different makes of cars.
5 Technical specifications EV-‐Box Column Pole Model Wall Model Foundation Concrete Foundation Stainless Steel Plate undermeath Not Applicable the charging pole Number of sockets 2x 2x 1x 2 2 2 Input Capacity 3-‐phase, 50Hz, 4-‐10mm 1-‐phase, 50Hz, 4-‐10mm 1-‐phase, 50Hz, 2,5-‐6mm 2 2 3-‐phase, 50Hz, 4-‐10mm 3-‐phase, 50Hz, 2,5-‐6mm Output Capacity per Chargepoint 3-‐phase, 400V, 16A of 32A 1-‐phase, 230V, 16A – 3,7kW 1-‐phase, 230V, 16A – 3,7kW 3-‐phase, 400V, 16A – 11kW 3-‐phase, 400V, 16A – 11kW Earth Leakage (RCD) 2x AC 40A – 30mA 2x AC 40A – 30mA AC 40A – 30mA Breaker – MCB (primary) 2x C16A of 2x C32A 2x C16A C16A Breaker – MCB (secondary) C6A C6A C6A Secondary Supply 12VDC – 3,3A 12VDC – 3,3A 12VDC – 3,3A Socket 2x Mennekes Type 2 2x Mennekes Type 2 1x Mennekes Type 2 * Protocol Mode 3 conform IEC 61851-‐22 Mode 3 conform IEC 61851-‐22 Mode 3 conform IEC 61851-‐22 * * Positioning GPS modem GPS modem GPS modem * Communication GSM Modem/controller with GSM Modem/controller with GSM Modem/controller with RFID * * RFID reader RFID reader reader * RFID/NFC Reader 13,56Mhz, Mifare/DESfire 13,56Mhz, Mifare/DESfire 13,56Mhz, Mifare/DESfire * * 125Khz 125Khz Temperature range -‐25 -‐ +40°C -‐25 -‐ +40°C -‐25 -‐ +40°C Humidity Max. 95% Max. 95% Max. 95% Equipment Enclosure RVS Bay Blend FR3000 Bay Blend FR3000 Protective rating of Enclosure IP55 IP55 IP55 Protective rating of socket IP44 IP44 IP44 Max. Installation height +2.000 NAP +2.000 NAP +2.000 NAP Status Indicator RGB LED ring RGB LED ring RGB LED ring Standards/Certifications IEC 61851-‐1:2002, IEC 61851-‐22:2010, IEC 60364-‐4-‐41:2007, EN 60950-‐1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 IEC 62196 Emission EN 61000-‐6-‐3:2007 + IEC 61851-‐22:2010 section 11.12 (EMC) Immunity EN 61000-‐6-‐2:2005 + IEC 61851-‐22:2010 section 11.12 (EMC) Emission EN 61000-‐3-‐2:2006 Emission EN 61000-‐3-‐3:1995 + A1:2001 + A2:2005 CE Measurements Housing (LxW xD) 1450mm x 400mm x 210mm 600mm x 250mm x 400mm 600mm x 250mm x 200mm *Optional Examples of EV-‐BOX Charging Stations in operation.
6 E V -‐ B o x ’ s B a c k O f f i c e m o d u l e i s a w e b -‐ i n t e r f a c e f o r m a n a g i n g t r a n s a c t i o n d a t a a n d c h a r g i n g s t a t i o n s . E a c h c h a r g i n g s t a t i o n t h a t i s e q u i p p e d w i t h a G S M c o m m u n i c a t i o n m o d u l e c a n b e c o n n e c t e d t o t h e B a c k O f f i c e . Registration Form You can register as a company or as a private individual to have access to the BackOffice. After all data have been fully completed and entered correctly, you will receive confirmation of your formal registration by email. Your account will be activated within a few days. Depending on the chosen recording system, different rights and privileges can be granted. We differentiate between: "Card Providers”; “Base Station Operators”; and “Charge Pass Owners”. Within each of these broader categories, managers’ and user-‐groups can be established. Login Once your registration has been approved you can log-‐in via the link on our Website http://www.ev-‐box.net or via the menu ‘chargened’ on our homepage http://www.ev-‐box.com. After successful login, you can access all the menus and options. User information and Charge-‐Cards You can use or change personal information, passwords, et cetera, at any time. Also, the charge-‐cards that allow access to a Charging Station can be changed, managed or blocked. If you have any questions, a form is available on which further concerns/comments/suggestions can be communicated to us. We will answer your inquiries as soon as possible, by responding via email or by telephone. You will receive all your invoices and statements automatically and electronically via email, which also can be viewed on-‐line. Transaction data from different Charging Stations As the owner of a Base-‐Station, you can determine which status and transaction data from the charger you wish to receive, by selecting between various reporting alternatives. You will be able to create your own user-‐groups, develop your own invoicing and establish automated funds transfer systems. Fees and Management of Charging Stations You will be able to set your own charging fees/tariff structure for each specific Charging Station and/or customer-‐group. This can be applied via the completion of a date/time pathway. The specific fields that you will need to complete comprise: a starting rate; a kWh rate; the rate per minute; different rates for different days of the week; and differential rates between specific hours of the day/night. Alternatively, you will be able to make the charging process interactive by linking it to the “CIR” (Central Interoperability Register).