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Victron charging station for electric vehicles
Victron charging station for electric vehicles
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Victron EV Charging Station

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Charging station for EVs (Electric Vehicles) with a standard IEC 62196 Type 2 EV charging plug. Up to 22 kW AC output when connected to three-phase power, or 7,3 kW in single-phase. The device features a built-in 11 cm (4,3”) screen, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for monitoring and control. The charging station integrates seamlessly with a Victron PV installation, offering comprehensive control over the charging behaviour. The unit is suitable for indoor and outdoor wall mounting thanks to its sturdy plastic chassis with an IP 44 protection rating. The fully programmable RGB LED light ring around the connector presents status information at a glance.

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The Victron EV Charging Station provides hassle-free charging for EVs on-site for homes and small businesses. With up to 22 kW AC output (when connected to three-phase power), it enables much quicker charging compared to a standard 220 V wall outlet. While it can be used as a stand-alone device, in order to get the most out of the product, it is recommended to integrate the charging station into an existing Victron-based installation featuring a GX series device.

Charging modes
When a GX device such as the Cerbo GX or Cerbo-S GX is present, the charging station can use Automatic mode.
In this mode, the device will prioritise sending power to the building and charging the local power storage batteries (if any). It will only use the remaining surplus power for charging the connected electric vehicle.
The scheduler function adds even more fine-grain control, making it possible to set specific time intervals and charging current for charging as the charging current. This way, the EV can be recharged when the electricity prices are lowest.
The EV Charging Station can also use Manual mode. In this mode, the user can manually configure the charging current 6 to 32 A in 1 A increments.
Charging a connected EV can always be stopped or resumed, regardless of the state of the PV system.

Connectivity and control options
Controlling the device is possible via the built-in screen, the web interface, the remote console, the VRM portal (requires a GX device), via Bluetooth using the VictronConnect App and via GX Touch 50 & GX Touch 70 devices.
The unit features built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n for configuration, control and monitoring. The internal Wi-Fi module can work in Access Point or Station mode. In Access point mode, the device broadcasts an AP; when in Station mode, the device connects to an existing Wi-Fi AP. Both options can be used for the initial setup and subsequent control/monitoring.
Bluetooth communication via VictronConnect capability enables easy monitoring and control of the EV Charging Station via VictronConnect from iOS and Android mobile devices.

VRM functionality
Real-time reports, custom reports for configurable time periods and advanced functions such as remote firmware updates are all available via the Victron Remote Management portal. The charge mode and charging current can be set via Dashboard Controls on the VRM Portal and start/stop charging. Control and monitoring are also possible via VRM App (available on the App Store and Google Play) and VRM App Widgets directly from the home screen of a mobile device.

Design and construction
The EV charging station features a sturdy plastic chassis with IP44 protection. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor wall mounting. The unit features drainage ports for the Type 2 connector and the chassis.
A fully programmable RGB light ring around the charging port displays the device status at a glance. The LED ring can be programmed via the web interface to display different light effects when disconnected, charging, fully charged etc.

Important information regarding the device firmware
Please note that not all features are present in the initial firmware release. To enable Bluetooth and charge scheduling functionality, update the firmware to version 1.24 or newer during the initial setup. The manufacturer intends to add more features in the future via firmware updates.
We recommended checking for firmware updates periodically and keeping the device up-to-date.

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You can find the administrator name (by default it is “admin”) and password on the label inside of the device. When removing the back cover to make the electrical connections, make a note of the password or take a photo of it ...

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