Charging Stations

Charging Stations
APRIL 2015
eMOBILITY
Charging Stations
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Power is
our world.
Connecting power
THE ORIGINAL.
SINCE 1925.
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Albert Büttner from Lauf, Germany, the founder of
our company, developed the Schuko plug in 1925.
His patent has become the industry standard and
the most widely spread plug connection system in
the world. 90 years later, our third-generation,
family-owned company ABL is still way out in front
when it comes to developing and producing highquality plug and socket devices for trade and industry.
Protecting power
At around the same time, the first automatic fuse was
invented at SURSUM in Nuremberg, Germany. Thanks
to ongoing technological developments within our
company, today we are able to provide circuit breakers
for global building installation and industry.
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Charging power
We are also pioneers in our latest product area:
e-mobility. We enjoy being part of a future market that
is just getting going and developing products that
meet new standards and satisfy our customers’ requirements. We simply think ahead in order to provide
charging stations that can do more than just ‘charge
power’.
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In a few years time,
people will look back
on petrol engines in
the same way we look
back on steam engines.
They’ll talk about
what a good time it was,
but it’s over now and it’s
not coming back.
Elon Musk, Tesla
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The eMH1 charging station
We are pleased to be in a position to offer you a
practical solution for charging your electric car:
the eMH1 charging station. When you can charge your vehicle safely, driving on electric power
is really fun. ‘Little things for big jobs’: Our eMH1
is actually the smallest charging station in the
world and fits in any garage. It looks great and
can recharge any electric car.
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The eMH1 developed naturally and now offers
solutions for new requirements. Are you looking
for a charging station you can connect yourself ?
Do you have a fleet of vehicles that needs to be
individually billed? Not a problem: The following
information will tell you all you need to know
about the entire eMH1 series.
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eMH1 BASIC
with cable
Little things
for big jobs.
Our eMH1 is the world’s smallest charging station
for private applications. It’s attractive, compact and
it saves space, making it the perfect solution for your
garage. Equipped with a charging cable and charging
connector, the unit is perfectly configured for your car.
This means there’s no need for the inconvenient cable
connection and your eMH1 is always ready to charge.
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eMH1 BASIC
with socket
Little things
for big jobs.
We also offer the same eMH1 but with a socket for
the semi-public sector. The eMH1 is on hand to charge various electric vehicles in company, hotel and exhibition centre car parks or in underground garages.
Vehicle owners can connect their own plugs and conveniently recharge when they need to.
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eMH1 BRACKET
Tidiness is
half the battle.
The new bracket is a practical accessory for your
eMH1 with charging cable. It’s easy to unwind the
long cable, lowering the risk of tripping in the garage
and keeping the wall neat and tidy.
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eMH1 EASY PLUG
Ready to assemble –
it’s that easy.
Our new eMH1 Easy Plug is very practical. All you
need is a 16-amp industrial socket in your garage:
Assemble, plug in and charge – it’s that easy.
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eMH1 RFID
To charge or
not charge?
Our bracket obviously also comes with a permanently integrated RFID module as contactless access
authorisation for semi-public areas. The authorised
vehicle owner will receive a user ID card for recharging in company or hotel car parks.
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eMH1 SMART
Vehicle fleets:
Billing made easy.
We’ve thought ahead for you: Our eMH1 smart can
transfer electricity consumption data to a back-end
system and bill it using a personal user card. This is
essential for vehicle fleets and car-sharing.
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Top 10
advantages of
eMH1
1. Space-saving housing with a
depth of just 10.5 cm
2. Easy to use
3. Pre-installed ready-to-connect
4. It’s possible to read the operating status
at any time via LED
5. Controlled access to the switchgear
through a lockable panel
6. Integrated fault current circuit breaker
for your safety
7. Additional integrated DC
fault current detection
8. RFID with teach-in function and smart update
9. GSM communication module with
OCPP standard
It can be linked to other charging stations
10.
via RS 485 interface
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eMH2
Our power pack
for peak
performance
When you need a fast recharge, the eMH2 is the right
choice. Charging time is reduced considerably thanks
to a charging capacity of up to 22 KW. The available
charge current is individually adjustable, depending
on the current permitted by your domestic supply.
Perfect for private and semi-public areas such as underground and undercover, hotel and company car
parks. Thanks to its weatherproof housing, the eMH1
is also suitable for outdoor and carport installations.
The eMH2 is pre-assembled for installation and ready
for use.
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eMC1 Charging pole
Easy EV charging
for all
The new ABL charging pole is made from extremely
weather-proof powder-coated metal. A prefabricated base plate guarantees quick and easy on-site
installation.
eMC1 High power with a charging capacity up to 44 kW
is an AC highspeed charger. Two electric vehicles may
be charged at high power at the same time.
As options ABL provides both a straightforward access
to the charging point and - in addition - an intelligent
load management for power distribution. Just call up
the necessary informations with your smartphone,
tablet, PC etc.
With our new power management module you can
easily connect our charging poles to your photovoltaic system.
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The Mobile Charging Station
Mobile charging –
wherever you want
Our mobile charging station comes in a handy rubber case. We recommend this portable charging option for workshops and anywhere without a wall box
or charging pole. All you need is an industrial CEE
power socket to plug in the mobile charging station
and you can start using it straight away.
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For your safety
at home:
DC fault current
detection
DC fault currents can also occur in electric cars and
can override the protective function of general building wiring. Our device is able to detect fault currents, the wallbox can switch off the faulty charging
current directly. The device is part of each ABL wallbox up to 11kW.
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Networked and
eco-friendly
charging with the
eCB1-module
Transparency through measuring
and displaying power consumption
Our new energy management module is the ideal measuring device for capturing and displaying the energy consumption of your ABL charging station in real time. Just call up the
information on your Smartphone, Tablet or PC through data transfer via Ethernet or WLAN
interface. Data are displayed easily via your web browser. Graphic presentations allow you to
document and account for power consumption.
Load management for intelligent power distribution
The energy management module also allows you to install dynamic load management easily.
The available rated current is distributed intelligently among all charging points. Modules are
configured via the user interface on a Tablet or PC.
100% eco-friendly electric vehicle charging
With the new module, power from renewable sources can be fed easily into all ABL charging
stations. This is possible through the automatic adjustment of the charging current to the
amount of self-generated power. Result: Your electric vehicle is charged using 100% ecofriendly and free energy.
100 % ecological charging PV-Plus
Using the PV-Plus application you can check the data transmission on your smartphone,
tablet, smart TV or PC by using Ethernet and WLAN. The data will be shown on your web
browser without any problems.
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eMH1 Technical data
3,6 bis 11 kW
Technical data
eMH1 Basic
with cable
EVSE501/EVSE511
Regulations
Power supply
eMH1 Basic
with cable
EVSE503/EVSE543/EVSE573
eMH1 Basic
with cable
EVSE553
in acc. with IEC 61851-1/22
(1)
Rated voltage
Rated current
1-phase 230 V/16 A, 50 Hz
1-phase 230 V/16 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V/16 A, 50 Hz
230 V
230 V
230 V/400 V
16 A
16 A
16 A
3.6 KW
3.6 KW
11 KW
Charging socket
in acc. with IEC 62196-2
-
-
-
Charging connector
in acc. with IEC 62196-2
Type 1
Type 2
Type 2
EVSE501
EVSE543
-
EVSE501 / EVSE511
EVSE503 / EVSE543
EVSE553
RFID
-
-
-
Others
-
-
-
Standard cable,
length approx. 5 m
Standard cable,
length approx. 5 m
Standard cable,
length approx. 5 m
Max. output
Energy meter
DC-RCM* 6mA
Charging cable
Circuit-protection devices
RCD Type A 30 mA
EVCC control unit
in acc. with IEC 61851-1 Mode 3, RS485 interface
Terminal block
up to 2.5 mm2
Operation temperature
-25°C to 50°C
Storage temperature
-30°C to 85°C
Relative humidity
5 to 95% (non-condensating)
Class of protection
I
Degree of protection
IP54
Dimensions in mm
Weight/each
h = 272, w = 221, d = 116
2920 g
3950 g
Connection to the building’s supply grid via a separate supply cable with stand-alone miniature circuit breaker (MCB) only.
Circuit-protection devices for external installation can be found in our catalogue ”Switching devices“
* Residual Current Monitoring
(1)
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4950 g
eMH1 Technical data
11 kW
eMH1 Basic
with socket
EVSE502
eMH1 Easy Plug
eMH1 RFID
eMH1 SMART
EVSE653
EVSE702
EVSE902
in acc. with IEC 61851-1/22
3-phase 400 V / 16 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V / 16 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V / 16 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V / 16 A, 50 Hz
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
16 A
16 A
16 A
16 A
11 KW
11 KW
11 KW
11 KW
Type 2
-
Type 2
Type 2
-
Type 2
-
-
-
-
-
ESVE902
EVSE502
EVSE653
EVSE702
EVSE902
-
-
MIFARE, ULTRALIGHT
MIFARE, ULTRALIGHT,
CLASSIC, DESFIRE
-
with 1.5 m supply cable
5 x 2,5 mm2
and CEE plug 5 / 16 A
-
GSM modem
OCPP 1.5
-
Standard cable,
length approx. 5 m
-
-
RCD Type A 30 mA
External protection
in acc. with IEC 61851-1 Mode 3, RS485 interface
up to 2.5 mm2
-25°C to 50°C
-25°C to 40°C
-30°C to 85°C
5 to 95% (non-condensating)
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IP54
h = 272, w = 221, d = 116
2270 g
IP44
h = 482, w = 226, d = 143
5590 g
3100 g
3100 g
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eMH1 Technical data
22 kW
eMH1 Basic
eMH1 Basic
with cable
Technical data
with socket
EVSE563
Regulations
EVSE552
in acc. with IEC 61851-1/22
3-phase 400 V / 32 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V / 32 A, 50 Hz
Rated voltage
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
Rated current
32 A
32 A
Power supply (1)
Max. output
22 KW
22 KW
Charging socket
in acc. with IEC 62196-2
-
-
Charging connector
in acc. with IEC 62196-2
Type 1
Type 2
Energy meter
-
-
DC-RCM* 6mA
-
-
RFID
-
-
Others
-
-
Standard cable,
length approx. 5 m
-
Charging cable
Circuit-protection devices
External protection
EVCC control unit
-
Terminal block
up to 6 mm2
Operation temperature
-25°C to 50°C
Storage temperature
-30°C to 85°C
Relative humidity
5 to 95% (non-condensating)
Class of protection
I
Degree of protection
IP54
Dimensions in mm
Weight/each
h = 272, w = 221, d = 116
5550 g
2550 g
Connection to the building’s supply grid via a separate supply cable with stand-alone miniature circuit breaker (MCB) only.
Circuit-protection devices for external installation can be found in our catalogue ”Switching devices“
* Residual Current Monitoring
(1)
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eMH2 Technical data
22 kW
Technical data
eMH2 Basic
eMH2 Basic
with socket
with cable
EVSE231
EVSE234
Regulations
IEC 61851-1/22
Power supply
3-phase 400 V / 32 A, 50 Hz
3-phase 400 V / 32 A, 50 Hz
Rated voltage
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
Rated current
32 A
32 A
Max. output
22 KW
22 KW
Charging socket
Mode 3, IEC 62196-2
Type 2
-
Charging connector
acc. to SAE 1772
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Type 2
Charging cable
Mode 3, IEC 62196-2
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Standard cable, length approx. 5 m
RCCB, type B, 30 mA, MCB
RCCB, type B, 30 mA, MCB
Circuit-protection devices
EVCC control unit
complies with IEC 61851-1 Mode 3, RS485-Interface
Terminal blocks
up to 6 mm2
Operation temperature
-25°C to 50°C
Storage temperature
-30°C to 85°C
Relative humidity
5 to 95% (no condensation)
Class of protection
I
Degree of protection
Dimensions in mm
Weight / each
IP54
h = 435, w = 320, d = 192
2900 g to 4900 g, depending on version
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eMC1 Technical data
Housing
Output
11 – 44 KW
· Material: Powder-coated steel
Rated voltage
230 V / 400 V, 50Hz
· Dimensions: (HxWxD) 1,553 x 422 x 187 mm
· Base plate size: (WxD) 444 x 350 mm
Supply
Terminal block
up to 5x35/50 mm²
· Weight: 44 kg
· includes pedestal and ground anchor
· Degree of protection: IP44
LED indicators
Green
Idle
Blue
Charging
· Optional prefabricated base plate
Item number: EMC9999
Technical date
eMC1 Basic
11KW
Output
22 KW
25 A
32 A
11 KW
22 KW
2 x 3 KW
-
MCB
RCCB Type A plus
fault current monitoring
IΔn d.c.≥ 6 mA
MCB
RCCB Type B
-
-
1 x Type 2 16 A
2 x SCHUKO 13 A
2 x Type 2 32 A
-
Charging with 2 x 16 A or 1 x 32 A
optional
optional
PV compatible
PV compatible
Output
Charging socket type 2
Output
SCHUKO socket
Energy meter
Charging sockets
Load management
Overvoltage protection
Photovoltaics
22KW
17 KW
Rated current
Circuit-protection devices
eMC1 Basic
Access control
w/o RFID
with RFID
w/o RFID
with RFID
Item number
EMC1112
EMC1122
EMC2212
EMC2222
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eMC1 Technical data
187
422
60
1553
The power
management module
is available in LAN
and WLAN networking
versions.
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Technical data
eMC1 Hightech*
eMC1 High Power*
22KW
Output
444
44KW
28 KW
22 KW
44 KW
44 KW
40 A
32 A
63 A
63 A
22 KW
22 KW
22 KW
22 KW
2 x 3 KW
-
-
-
MCB
RCCB Type B
MCB
RCCB Type B
MCB
RCCB Type B
MCB
RCCB Type B
Energy Meter
-
-
-
MID
Access control
RFID
RFID
RFID
RFID/based Backend using
OCPP V1.5
1 x Type 2 32 A
2 x SCHUKO 13 A
2 x Type 2 32 A
2x Type 2 32 A
2x Type 2 32 A
optional
optional
optional
optional
PV compatible
PV compatible
PV compatible
PV compatible
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•
-
-
Rated current
Output
Charging socket type 2
Output
SCHUKO socket
Circuit-protection
devices
Charging sockets
Overvoltage protection
Photovoltaics
Dynamic load control
Internet and
network connectivity
Item number
LAN
WLAN
LAN
WLAN
LAN
WLAN
•
EMC221L
EMC221W
EMC222L
EMC222W
EMC443L
EMC443W
EMC444K
* only available on direct sales
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Mobile Charging Station Technical data
Technical data
Mobile Charging
Station 11KW
Mobile Charging
Station 22KW
EVSE6A2
EVSE6B2
Regulations
Power supply (1)
DIN EN 61851-1 : 2012, IEC 61851-1
Cable (5 x 2,5 mm2) with CEE-plug 5/16A,
length 1,7 m
Rated voltage
Rated current
Max. output
230 V / 400 V, 50 Hz
16 A
32 A
11 KW
22 KW
Charging socket
in acc. with IEC 62196-2
Circuit-protection devices
EVCC control unit
Operation temperature
Storage temperature
Cable (5 x 6 mm2) with CEE-plug 5/32A,
length 1,7 m
Type 2
RCCB, type B, 40 A; 0,03A
RCCB, type B, 40 A; 0,03A
complies with IEC 61851-1 Mode 3, RS485-Interface
-25 to 40°C (automized temperature monitoring)
-30 to 85°C
Relative humidity
5 to 95% (no condensation)
Class of protection
I
Overvoltage category
II
Degree of protection
IP44
Material
Operating status display
Dimensions in mm
Weight / each
(1)
Solid rubber
LED
306 x 300 x 240 mm (± 1 mm), Window closed
306 x 300 x 310 mm (± 1 mm), Window open
9.500 g
Connection to the building’s supply grid via a separate supply cable with stand-alone miniature circuit breaker (MCB) only.
Circuit-protection devices for external installation can be found in our catalogue ”Switching devices“
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Charging Stations Accessories
Pole*
with lamp
for all eMH1 charging station models
with or without wall bracket
h = 1650, w = 285, d = 102
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
STEMH10
20100
1
*Pole without charging station
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Charging Stations Accessories
Type 2
Charging cable
type 2
In acc. with IEC 62196-2
32 A 240/415 V AC · Length approx. 4 m
Splash-proof IP44
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
LAK32A3
2.200
1
Type 2
Type 1
Adapter cable
type 2 to type 1
32 A 230 V AC · Length approx. 4 m
Splash-proof IP44
40
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
LAKT2T1
1.200
1
Charging Stations Accessories
Bracket
With mounting accessory for installing all
eMH1 charging stations
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
WHEMH10
640
1
Load management
CCMS
Control Unit for the even distribution of the
maximum available current to up to 8 eMH1
Wallboxes
Two RJ12 connections to provide an RS485
interface, including software, two LOMK130
network cables and one LOMK430 supply cable
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g / EACH
PACKING
UNIT
USB/RS485
converter
For adjusting the charging current via
serial RS485 interface on the EVCC virtual
COM-Port · USB: Type B
RS485: RJ12 and MOLEX 5557
Incl. 2 connecting cables and software
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
LOMK218
155
1
Residual
current circuit
breaker (RCCB)
Residual current circuit breaker
(RCCB) all-current sensitive type B ·
Short-term delayed switch-off · 4-pole
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
RA4303
500
1
1
CCMS312
Signal
contact
RFID
card writer
For socket outlets
1561…/1562… AND 1661…/1662…
16 A/250 V AC · Signal contact
1 changeover contact · 5 A/250 V AC
3 A/0-30 V DC · Supplied without
socket outlet
MIFARE 13.56 MHz
Modify and manage RFID access cards
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
SW23C2
10
10
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g/ITEM
PACKING
UNIT
RFIDM01
165
1
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Charging Stations Accessories
eCB1-Module LAN
Load management
3-phases active power metering
up to 63 A · LAN Surface RS485
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g / EACH
PACKING
UNIT
3-phases active power metering
up to 63 A · WLAN + LAN Surface RS485
PITCH
UNITS
Master
LAST2LR
304
Visualisation
WLAN
1
4
1
4
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g / EACH
PACKING
UNIT
PITCH
UNITS
PV10LWR
304
1
4
Slave
LAST1LR
304
eCB1-Module WLAN
Photovoltaic management
3-phases active power metering
up to 63 A · WLAN + LAN Surface RS485
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g / EACH
PV10LWR
304
PACKING
UNIT
PITCH
UNITS
Master
1
4
1
4
Slave
LAST1LR
42
304
EVCC
control unit
In acc. with IEC 61851-1 Mode 3 charging
current pre-setting 16A. Default and target
charging current are adjusted via a network-compatible, serial RS485 interface,
adjustable from 6 A to 80 A.
ITEM NO.
WEIGHT
g / EACH
PACKING
UNIT
PITCH
UNITS
EVCC
220
3
4
Connecting power.
Protecting power.
Charging power.
Made in Germany.
CHARGE
YOUR FUTURE!
With ABL
charging
stations
ABL SURSUM
Bayerische Elektrozubehör GmbH & Co. KG
Ottensooser Straße 22
91207 Lauf / Pegnitz
Postfach 10 02 47
91192 Lauf / Pegnitz
Telefon +49 (0) 9123 188-0
Telefax +49 (0) 9123 188-188
info@abl-sursum.com
www.abl-sursum.com
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