EVlink Charging Stations - Commissioning Guide

EVlink Charging Stations
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EVlink Charging Stations
Commissioning Guide
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04/2017
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Table of Contents
Safety Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1 About the commissioning tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2 Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ethernet connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General settings sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supervision sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date and Time settings sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 4 Energy management and input configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced settings sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Socket-outlets sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meters sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 5 Authentication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 6 Charge Data Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charge Data Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Publication settings sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 7 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Report sub-tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Password sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firmware Update sub-tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Information
Important Information
NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device before
trying to install, operate, service, or maintain it. The following special messages may appear throughout
this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information that
clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by qualified personnel.
No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this
material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of
electrical equipment and its installation, and has received safety training to recognize and avoid the
hazards involved.
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About the Book
At a Glance
Document Scope
This document will guide you through the commissioning of the EVlink City, EVlink Parking and EVlink
Smart Wallbox charging stations.
This document concerns only stand-alone charging stations.
Caution: Only the following charging stations are compatible with software release 3101:
 EVlink Parking (EVF... and EVW...) with datecode greater than 15271.
 EVlink City (EVC...) with datecode greater than 15401.
For commissioning of clustered charging stations, download the document referenced DOCA0059FR
(EVlink Solutions - Cluster Cabinet Design Guidelines).
This document is intended for:
staff in charge of commissioning,
 Facility Managers.

A charging station is configured using a computer connected to the charging station.
This document explains how to:
connect to the commissioning tool,
 view the factory settings and modify them when necessary,
 manage the user badge list,
 update the firmware.

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Validity Note
In line with our policy of continuous quality improvement, we may make changes to the commissioning
guide as well as to the charging station firmware. The index xx in the name of this document
DOCA0060EN-xx indicates its version. You will find the firmware version of the commissioning tool in the
Updates tab as seen below. If you see a significant discrepancy in the commissioning guide when you are
using the commissioning tool, please contact the Schneider Electric Customer Care to know the correct
version of the guide to use.
Related Documents
Title of Documentation
Reference Number
EVlink Parking
Open Charge Point Protocol
Implementation guide
DOCA0089EN
Installation guide for EVlink Smart Wallbox charging stations
version with socket-outlet
Installation guide for EVlink parking charging stations
Installation guide for EVlink City charging stations (French Only)
NHA95005
NHA47410
NHA63897
Installation guide for EVlink Smart Wallbox charging stations
version with attached cable
NHA95018
GPRS modem installation guide
ref. EVP1MM
NHA72299
4G modem installation guide
ref. EVP2MM
QGH38473
Wi-Fi card installation guide
ref. EVP1MWSI
NHA97291
You can download these technical publications and other technical information from our website at
http://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download
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About the commissioning tool
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Chapter 1
About the commissioning tool
About the commissioning tool
Introduction
The commissioning tool is composed of Web pages embedded in the charging station. The application is
used with a web browser on a computer connected to the charging station.
With the commissioning tool you can configure the following parameter settings (non-exhaustive list):
 Define the authentication strategy with the RFID badge. By default (factory setting), all RFID badges are
accepted.
 Modify the maximum authorized charging current per charge point.
 Allow the cable to be connected permanently to the charging station, including when there is no vehicle
present.
 Activate the energy management functionalities: load shedding and deferred start.
 Balance the charging powers for the charging stations with two charge points.
 Generate maintenance reports
Access rights
There are two levels of access to the commissioning tool: Admin and User.
NOTICE
MISCONFIGURATION OF IMPORTANT PARAMETERS
Do NOT attempt to follow the instructions described in this document if you are unfamiliar with the
installation and operation of EVlink charging stations.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage or incorrect operation.
Minimum requirements
Before starting, please be sure you have the rights necessary on your computer to be able to modify its IP
address.
The minimum requirements for using the commissioning tool are:
 a computer with:
 an Ethernet port,
 a web browser.

a category 5e or above Ethernet cable.
Access to the Commissioning tool
The commissioning tool can be accessed through a computer using a standard web browser:
 Mozilla Firefox (recommended)
 Google Chrome
 Microsoft Internet Explorer
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Getting started
Getting started
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Ethernet connection
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Description of the User Interface
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Ethernet connection
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Wear adapted personal protection equipment (PPE) and follow the security procedures.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
There are two ways to connect the computer to the charging station and access the commissioning tool:
 If the charging station is not connected to an Ethernet network:
 Open the charging station and use a free Ethernet port.

If the charging station is already connected to an Ethernet network:
 Connect to this network.
Caution: you are strongly advised to enable only the wired network interface on the PC that will be
connected to the commissioning tool and thus disable the WiFi on the PC.
Computer configuration
Step
Action
1
Check that your computer is physically connected to the charging station and that it is powered on.
2
Open the local network properties menu of your computer.
3
Open Internet Protocol TCP/IP v4 properties.
4
Set the static IP address properties as follows:
 IP address: 192.168.0.x (where x is a number between 241 and 249)
 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
 No default gateway
 No DNS server
 No proxy
Logging on to the Commissioning tool
Step
Action
1
Open a web browser and type http://192.168.0.102 in the URL field.
2
On the Login page, choose the language, and complete the User name and Password fields. The factory
settings appear below.
3
Click Login: if the user name and the password are correct, the commissioning home page appears.
Otherwise, an access refusal message appears. (1)
(1) If you have lost your user password, contact your administrator for assistance. In case of a lost Admin password,
restore the charging station's factory settings (call your Schneider Electric Customer Care for the procedure to follow).
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Disconnecting the Commissioning tool
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Wear adapted personal protection equipment (PPE) and follow the security procedures.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Step
1
Action
Click the Logout link in the top menu. Then, close the web browser.
2
Disconnect the computer from the Ethernet port.
3
Reset the computer to its initial network settings.
Factory settings
User:
 Username: user
 Password: USER
Admin:
Username: admin
 Password: ADMIN

NOTE: The password is case sensitive.
Description of the User Interface
Legend
Zone
Description
1
Connection/Disconnection
 User identification area
 Logout
 Language
 About
2
Tabs
 Configuration: to modify the charging station parameters.
 Energy management: to define the energy management strategy.
 Authentication: to manage RFID badges.
 Charge Data Record: publication, CDR.
 Maintenance: to obtain the version number and upgrade the firmware, to
export the maintenance report, to restore the factory settings or to restart
the charging station, to modify passwords.
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Sub-tabs
Action buttons
Help Button
Sub-tabs corresponding to the page tab selected.
Area indicating when the charging station parameters must be Save or Save
and reboot.
Button to open the online Help.
Display area
Display of the parameters corresponding to the tab and sub-tab selected.
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During a save and reboot, wait until the status light of the charging station turns off and then on again to
be sure that the restart with the new configuration is successfully completed.
NOTE: In the event of a Smart Wallbox charging station with a key lock, make sure that the station is
unlocked, otherwise the status light remains off and it is not possible to check that the restart is completed.
Access rights to tabs
According to your configuration some tabs or sub-tabs can be hidden.
Tab
Sub-tab
Configuration
Administrator
User
General
X
X
Network
X
–
Wi-Fi
X
X
Supervision
X
–
Time
X
X
Advanced Settings
X
–
Socket Outlets
X
–
Meter
X
–
Authentication
–
X
X
Charge Data Record
Charge Data Record
X
X
Publication Settings
X
X
Maintenanace
Status
X
X
Report
X
X
Control
X
X
Passwords
X
X
Firmware updare
X
–
Energy management
Parameter tables
The parameters given in the various tabs and sub-tabs are described in tables with the following format:
Parameter
Access rights
–





10
Admin
User
–
–
Setting range
Factory setting
Description
–
–
–
Parameter: the parameter name
Access rights: Admin or User
 N: parameter not displayed
 R: read-only access
 R/W: read and write access
Setting range: the permitted values for the parameter
Factory setting: the factory setting for the parameter
Description: provides information about the parameter and restrictions that apply
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Configuration
Configuration
Purpose of the Configuration tab





Configure the charging station.
Configure the access to the Ethernet local area network.
Configure the Wi-Fi card where applicable (as accessory in Smart Wallbox stations only).
Specify if the charging station is supervised or not and configure the supervision access.
Specify the time settings of the charging station.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
General settings sub-tab
11
Network sub-tab
14
Supervision sub-tab
17
Date and Time settings sub-tab
17
General settings sub-tab
Charging Stations with RFID reader:
Stations without RFID reader:
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Parameter list
Setting
Access rights
Admin
User
Import or Export your
Station configuration
from/to file
RFID badge list not
included
R/W
N
Station Type
R/W
Remote command
required to control
charge
(stations without RFID
reader)
R/W
Authentication location
(without Supervision via
OCPP)
R/W
Authentication location
(with supervision via
OCPP)
R/W
Authentication
strategy(2)(without
supervision via OCPP)
R/W
Authentication strategy
in the event of loss of
communication (with
supervision via OCPP)
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Export
–
Saves the current configuration in a
.cfg file.
Import
–
Replaces the current configuration
with that saved in a .cfg file.
Standalone
–
Charging station is not connected to a
Network or to an OCPP Supervision.
Supervised
–
Charging station is connected to a LAN
(Local Area Network) and/or to an
OCPP Supervision (Open Charge
Point Protocol).
No
X
No remote command.
Yes
–
External authorization is required to
start the charge, for example, when the
station is used in Pay As You Go
application.
Authorization is sent to the charging
station by the supervision further to the
user authentication by the application
provider via a method independent of
the charging station.
This parameter does not exist for
charging stations with RFID reader
that are always compatible with a
PAYG application.
Charging
station
X(1)
The authentication function is enabled;
it uses the RFID reader integrated in
the charging station. User badges are
locally recorded with an Admin badge.
For more information about
Authentication (see page 27).
Disable
X
The authentication function is
disabled; the charging station is in free
access mode.
Remote
–
Charging authorization is given by a
remote system that must not be
confused with a supervision via OCPP.
The built-in RFID reader, if any, is not
used.
Supervision
X
Charging authorization comes from
supervision via OCPP.
Disable
–
The authentication function is
disabled; the charging station is in free
access mode.
Reject unknown –
badges
Reject badges that are not recorded in
the charging station.
Allow all badges X
All RFID badges read by the reader
start a charge.
Reject all
badges
–
In the event communication is lost with
supervision, access to the charging
station is impossible, except for the
badges that have been previously
authenticated and recorded in the
cache memory of the charging station.
Allow all badges X
In the event communication is lost with
supervision, the charging station is in
open access mode.
(1) If the charging station is equipped with an RFID reader.
(2) This parameter appears only if the Authentication location is set to Charging station.
(3) Default value for Smart Wallbox stations with a key.
(4) Default value for Smart Wallbox stations with RFID reader.
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Setting
Access rights
Admin
Front panel push button R/W
activated
(Smart Wallbox stations)
Station location
Allow to leave cable
connected
(Parking stations)
R/W
R/W
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Yes
X(3)
The button can be used to stop then
restart the charging. See the user
guide for the charging station to
become familiar with the other
functions.
No
X(4)
The button cannot be used to stop and
restart the charging. See the user
guide for the charging station to
become familiar with the other
functions.
Indoor
X
See next paragraph
Outdoor
–
on
–
off
X
User
R
R
R/W
See next paragraph
(1) If the charging station is equipped with an RFID reader.
(2) This parameter appears only if the Authentication location is set to Charging station.
(3) Default value for Smart Wallbox stations with a key.
(4) Default value for Smart Wallbox stations with RFID reader.
Station location parameter
Some types of electric vehicles emit toxic gases during the charge and require building ventilation when
they are inside.
The Station location parameter defines the charging environment of the electric vehicle:
 Set the Station location parameter to Indoor (factory setting) if the charging station is installed in a
building and is not connected to the building ventilation system. In this configuration, the charging
station will stop the charge underway and will indicate a fault if the vehicle requires building ventilation.
 Set the Station location parameter to Outdoor if the charging station is installed outdoors or if it is inside
a building and is connected to the building ventilation system.
Allow to leave cable connected parameter
This parameter is only modifiable for Parking charging stations. Setting the Allow to leave cable connected
to on allows the cable to remain connected to the charging station after disconnection of the vehicle without
triggering a fault.
In the City charging stations, the parameter is not displayed and the factory setting is off.
In the Smart Wallbox charging stations the parameter is not displayed and the factory setting is on.
NOTE: Allow to leave the cable connected is only useful to prevent the charging station from triggering a
fault. This does not mean that the cable remains locked by the charging station once the vehicle is
disconnected. In these conditions, the charging cable is exposed to a risk of theft.
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Network sub-tab
The purpose of this sub-tab is to set the network parameters for the charging station.
NOTE: Before making any change in this sub-tab, it is strongly recommended that you carefully read the
IP address management paragraph below.
IP address management
The IP addresses of the charging station, as well as that of the modem as accessory and the Wi-Fi card
as accessory in the Smart Wallbox stations, are set at the factory as described below. It should be noted
that these addresses follow specific rules that must be followed in the event of modification.
For the PC to be able to connect to the commissioning tool, the PC and the charging station must be in the
same sub-network. For this, the IP address of the PC must be fixed and composed of the same first three
highest bytes as those of the IP address of the charging station. If the IP address of the charging station is
that set at the factory, it is recommended you set the PC address as specified in the table below.
NOTE: You are strongly advised to activate only the wired network interface on the PC that will be
connected to the commissioning tool and therefore that you disable the Wi-Fi on the PC.
Factory-set IP address(es)
Addressing rules
Charging station with a single charge point 192.168.0.102
X.Y.Z.A
Charging station with two charge points
192.168.0.102
X.Y.Z.A
192.168.0.103
X.Y.Z.[A+1]
EVlink Wi-Fi card
(Smart Wallbox stations)
192.168.0.101
X.Y.Z.[A-1]
EVlink Modem
192.168.0.254
–
Commissioning PC
192.168.0.241...249
X.Y.Z.B
The change in the IP address or addresses of the charging station and that of the Wi-Fi card where
applicable is mandatory in the following cases:
 At least two charging stations are on the same local network or share the same modem via an Ethernet
connection, all with the same factory-set IP addresses.
 The IP address or one of the IP addresses of the charging station, or the address of the Wi-Fi card, is
already used by another device connected to the local network.
 The gateway between the Wi-Fi network and the Internet is not in the same sub-network as the Wi-Fi
card of the charging station (the first three highest bytes of the IP addresses are not identical).
It should be noted that in the event of a change in IP address, you must ensure that all the IP addresses
of the charging station and the Wi-Fi card if it is present comply with the addressing rules described in the
table above.
In the same way, after a change in IP address of the charging station you must modify the IP address of
the commissioning PC so that the charging station and the PC are always in the same sub-network: the
first three highest bytes of the IP addresses must be identical.
A change to a charging station IP address is performed in the Network sub-tab. If the charging station is
equipped with a Wi-Fi card, you must change the IP address of the card in the Wi-Fi sub-tab before
changing the IP address of the charging station.
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A change to an IP address must take place as follows:
 Make this change off line from the local network and from any other charging station by unplugging the
Ethernet cables. If the charging station is equipped with a Wi-Fi card, the Ethernet connection between
the two must be maintained.
 Ensure that the new IP addresses are available in the local network.
 For a Smart Wallbox charging station equipped with a key lock, you must ensure that the key is in the
unlocked position.
Network architecture
The EVlink modem as accessory acts like a router, it can be shared by more than one charging station
sequenced together and connected to the modem in wired Ethernet mode. For more details, please refer
to EVlink Modem documents.
The Wi-Fi card, available as an accessory in the Smart Wallbox stations only, acts as a bridge: a single
station can be connected to the card to access the wireless local area network.
Parameter list
Setting
Access rights
Setting range
Factory setting
Description
Admin
User
MAC Address
R/W
R
–
–
–
IP Address
R/W
R
–
192.168.0.102
1st charge point.
192.168.0.103
2nd charge point.
Sub Network Mask
R/W
R
–
255.255.255.0
–
Default Gateway
R/W
R
–
0.0.0.0
See the paragraph
below.
Preferred DNS System
R/W
R
–
0.0.0.0
–
Other DNS System
R/W
R
–
0.0.0.0
–
Change the charging station IP address
Reminder: If the charging station is equipped with a Wi-Fi card as an accessory, any change in the IP
address of the charging station means that the IP address of the Wi-Fi card must be changed as well. This
must be done before changing the IP address of the charging station and in accordance with the
addressing rules described above.
Be sure to carefully note the new IP address of the charging station so as to be able to enter it later in the
browser of the PC used to connect to the commissioning tool. Be careful, if the new IP address is forgotten,
the charging station must be reset to the factory settings. Contact Schneider Electric Customer Care for
information on this procedure.
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Default gateway parameter
If the charging station is connected to the EVlink modem as accessory, the default gateway IP address is
that of the modem: 192.168.0.254. The IP address of the modem must be changed if the sub-network of
the charging station is no longer 192.168.0.X.
If the charging station is equipped with a Wi-Fi card, the IP address of the default gateway is that of the WiFi access point.
Saving modifications and software reboot
Any modification in the Network sub-tab implies a software reboot of the charging station to be taken into
account: click Save and Reboot.
Before the restart the indicator light on the charging station turns off. Then it turns on in green about
30 seconds later when the restart is finished. You must wait for the end of the restart then simply refresh
the page on the PC if the IP address of the charging station has not been modified. Otherwise, enter the
new IP address of the charging station in the address bar of the PC browser and start browsing. If the
charging station has been placed in another sub-network, you must first modify the IP address of the PC
to put it in the same sub-network, then enter the new IP address of the charging station in the address bar
of the browser and start browsing.
If there is no Wi-Fi card in the charging station, or if no change was made to the configuration of the Wi-Fi
card, a simple software reboot is sufficient.
NOTE: In the case of a Smart Wallbox charging station with a key lock, ensure that the charging station is
not locked before restarting because then the off/on sequence of the indicator light on the front face will
not be visible.
Hardware reboot (charging station with Wi-Fi card)
Any modification in the Network sub-tab implies a software reboot of the charging station to be taken into
account (refer to the section Saving modifications and software reboot).
If the charging station is equipped with a Wi-Fi card and if the Wi-Fi card configuration was modified, you
must:
Step
Action
1
Disconnect your Ethernet cable from the PC.
2
Switch off the power supply of the charging station.
3
Wait five seconds before switching on the power supply.
4
Wait for the indicator light to turn on in green about 30 seconds later.
5
Connect your PC to the Wi-Fi network and enter in your PC browser the new IP address for the charging
station in the address bar of the PC browser and start browsing.
NOTE: In the case of a Smart Wallbox charging station with a key lock, ensure that the charging station is
not locked before restarting because then the off/on sequence of the indicator light on the front face will
not be visible.
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Supervision sub-tab
This sub-tab is used to configure the charging station so that it can be supervised with OCPP (OCPP
stands for Open Charge Point Protocol).
The complete configuration procedure is described in the document with the reference DOCA0089EN.
Date and Time settings sub-tab
It is important to set the time and date of the charging station to obtain charge logs with a correct
timestamp.
Parameter list
Setting
Time settings
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Admin
User
R/W
R/W
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Manually
X
Manual entry of date and time.
NTP server
–
The date and time are
automatically set by the charging
station itself (Internet connection
required).
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Manual setting
To start, click in the Set your date and time entry field. A calendar appears in which you must select date
and time. Click on OK to save the time and date settings.
Time server (NTP) parameter
Setting
Access rights
Admin
Setting range
Factory setting
Description
User
Time server (NTP) address R/W
R/W
up to
200 characters
pool.ntp.org
See next paragraph
Time zone
R/W
–
–
Select the time zone
R/W
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the local clock on computers with a reference
time. An NTP server is a Web server to which the charging station connects automatically via Internet to
synchronize its internal clock with that of the server. There are NTP servers in most countries. Enter the
NTP server address in this parameter.
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Chapter 4
Energy management and input configuration
Energy management and input configuration
Purpose of the Energy management tab
This tab allows you to configure:
 The energy management strategy for distributing the power available for the charging station between
the two charge points.
 The power delivered by the charging station.
 The function inputs: Circuit breaker status, conditional start, Current limitation.
 The power meters.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Advanced settings sub-tab
19
Socket-outlets sub-tab
20
Meters sub-tab
24
Advanced settings sub-tab
Parameter list
Setting
Load Balancing (City and
Parking stations)
(1)
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Admin
User
R/W
N
Setting range
Factory setting Description
Disable
–
Power delivered by
each charge point is
set independently.
Enable
X
The charging station
itself does the power
split between the two
charge points to avoid
tripping.
An external system can be either an OCPP supervision or a Building Management System over Modbus.
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Setting
Load Shedding Priority
Controlled by external
system
(1)
Access rights
Admin
User
R/W
R
R/W
N
Setting range
Factory setting Description
Charge duration
X
When the power
available for the
charging station
becomes insufficient
for the two on-going
charging operations,
the one that has
started first will be
shed first.
Energy delivered
–
When the power
available for the
charging station
becomes insufficient
for the two on-going
charging operations,
the one that has
delivered the most
energy will be shed
first.
NO
X
The charging station
cannot be controlled
by an external
system(1).
Yes
–
An external system(1)
can dynamically set
the maximum current
of a charging station.
An external system can be either an OCPP supervision or a Building Management System over Modbus.
Socket-outlets sub-tab
Parking and City charging stations:
Smart Wallbox charging stations:
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Parameter list
DANGER
RISK OF OVERHEATING, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Be sure that the supply cable for each charge point of the charging station is properly protected by the
upstream circuit breaker, depending on its length and the cross-section of conductors and in compliance
with the electrical installation standards in effect, irrespective of the maximum charging current setting.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
For each charging point, the following parameters are displayed and can be adjusted.
Setting
Access rights
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Admin
User
Position on the charging
station
(City and Parking stations)
R
N
1 or 2
–
Position of each socket-outlet.
 1 is right
 2 is left
Socket-outlet type
R
N
T2
–
For each charge point, socketoutlet type or connector type
at the end of the attached
cable.
T2 socket-outlet or attached
cable with T2 connector
T3
–
T3 socket-outlet
TE
–
Type E domestic socket-outlet
T2 - TE
–
Unique charge point equipped
with one T2 socket-outlet and
one type E domestic socketoutlet
T1
–
Attached cable with T1
connector
Rated charging current
R
N
32 A
32 A
Maximum current the charging
station is able to deliver at
each charge point.
Derated charging current
(City and Parking stations)
R/W
N
From 0 A to the value of
the Rated charging
current
32 A
Maximum current the charging
station is authorized to deliver
at each charge point further to
the derating.
 If Load Balancing is
disabled:
 From 0 to 5, the
operating value is 0 (To
be compliant with IEC
61851).
 If Load Balancing is
enabled:
 From 0 to 7 for singlephasis charge, the
operating value is 0.
 From 0 to 13 tri-phasis
charge, the operating
value is 0 (To be
compliant with EV/ZE
Ready.)
NOTE: if a single phasis EV
or cable is connected to a Triphasis charging station the
charge is considered as a
single phasis charge.
(1)
This setting value does not exist for the City charging stations that are provided with an additional input for the
circuit-breaker monitoring whatever the use of Function In-1.
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Setting
Derated charging current
(Smart Wallbox stations)
Access rights
Admin
User
R/W
N
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
From 0 A to the value of
the Rated charging
current
16 A
Maximum current the charging
station is authorized to deliver
further to the derating.
From 0 to 7 for single-phasis
charge, the operating value is
0.
From 0 to 13 tri-phasis charge,
the operating value is 0 (To be
compliant with EV/ZE Ready).
NOTE: If a single phasis EV
or cable is connected to a Triphasis charging station the
charge is considered as a
single phasis charge.
Function In-1
(City and Parking stations)
Function In-2
(City and Parking stations)
R/W
R/W
Normally open (Function
In-1/Function In-2)
(City and Parking stations)
R/W
Delayed charging start
(Smart Wallbox stations)
R/W
Local control of temporary
charging current limitation
(Smart Wallbox stations)
R/W
N
N
N
N
N
Not used
X
No function is associated.
Protection devices State –
connected to the board(1)
The wired Input 1 is connected
to the remote contact of the
devices protection (circuit
breaker and Residual Current
Device) in order to monitor
their states.
Load-shedding input
–
The wired Input 1 is used to
control the temporary loadshedding of the charge point.
Not used
X
No function is associated with
the input number 2.
Conditional_Outgoing
line
–
The wired Input 2 is used as a
condition to start charging.
Checked
X
–
Unchecked
–
Normally open
X
The charging start is delayed
(or the charging is interrupted
when started beforehand) if
the contact wired to the
corresponding input is closed.
Set the parameter to this value
if the input for delayed start is
not used and not connected.
Normally closed
–
The charging start is delayed
(or the charging is interrupted
when started beforehand) if
the contact wired to the
corresponding input is open.
Normally open
X
The charging current is limited
if the contact wired to the
corresponding input is closed.
Set the parameter to this value
if the input for temporary
current limitation is not used
and not connected.
Normally closed
–
The charging current is limited
if the contact wired to the
corresponding input is open.
(1)
This setting value does not exist for the City charging stations that are provided with an additional input for the
circuit-breaker monitoring whatever the use of Function In-1.
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Setting
Load Shedding Set Point
(City and Parking stations)
Access rights
Admin
User
R/W
N
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
0 to the value of the
maximum charging
current possibly derated
0A
Temporary charging current
limitation when the control
input is enabled.
 If Load Balancing is
disabled:
 From 0 to 5, the
operating value is 0 (To
be compliant with IEC
61851).
 If Load Balancing is
enabled:
 From 0 to 7 for singlephasis charge, the
operating value is 0.
 From 0 to 13 tri-phasis
charge, the operating
value is 0 (To be
compliant with EV/ZE
Ready).
NOTE: if a single phasis EV
or cable is connected to a triphasis charging station the
charge is considered as a
single phasis charge.
Setting of local temporary
charging current limitation
(Smart Wallbox stations)
R/W
N
0 to the value of the
maximum charging
current possibly derated
0A
Temporary charging current
limitation when the control
input is enabled.
From 0 to 7 for single-phasis
charge, the operating value is
0.
From 0 to 13 tri-phasis charge,
the operating value is 0 (To be
compliant with EV/ZE Ready).
NOTE: if a single phasis EV
or cable is connected to a triphasis charging station the
charge is considered as a
single phasis charge.
(1) This setting value does not exist for the City charging stations that are provided with an additional input for the
circuit-breaker monitoring whatever the use of Function In-1.
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Meters sub-tab
Energy metering is achieved per charge point for the charging stations with two charge points. This can be
done without adding meters when it is based on the measurement of the charging current using current
transformers inside the charging station, and on the value of the measured phase neutral voltage that has
been entered in the Phase-Neutral Voltage measured.
NOTE: Internal energy metering is based on the measurement of the apparent power, in other words, it
does not take into account the power factor (cos Φ).
To obtain more accurate measuring a meter (one per charge point) must be installed and connected inside
or outside of the charging station depending on the version.
Setting
Phase-Neutral Voltage
Measured
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Access rights
Admin
User
R/W
N
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
0 V...276 V
230 V
The value of the phase neutral
voltage that has been measured by
installer.
This value is used only when energy
metering is done using current
transformers (Internal CT) and also in
case of communication lost with
power meter.
When energy metering is done by
power meter, all values V, I, E are
read from power meter.
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List of parameters (for each charge point)
Setting
Access rights
Energy metering
(1)



Admin
User
R/W
R
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
IEM_3x5x(1)
–
Use of the additional energy meter for a
metering accuracy of less than 2%.
Internal CT
X
There is no additional energy meter. The
current measurement is performed by
current transformers inside the charging
station. The energy is calculated
according to the value of the presumably
constant neutral phase voltage, and
taking into account the duration of the
charge.
For the meter iEM_3x5x, the parameter values to be entered are as follows:
Power meter communication protocol: select Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP in the list. The default
protocol is Modbus TCP.
Power meter RTU address: when Modbus RTU is selected, enter a value between 1 and 255. The
default value is 30.
Power meter gateway address: when Modbus RTU is selected, enter a value between 130 and 162.
The default value is 130.
Procedure for modifying the parameters of the IEM 3155 meter
For power meter configuration, please refer to the Quick Start Guide S1B46602:
Step
1
Action
Action
The parameters to be modified in the
meter:
 Wiring\Type: 3PH4W (3 phases +
Neutral - 4 wires)
 Communication:
 Modbus address: 2
 Parity: None
 Speed: 19,200 bauds
–
 COM.Protection: COM.Protection:
Disable
2
Check that the Modbus communication
runs properly.
 Check that the measurement light
blinks after starting a charge with a
simulator or the vehicle.
 If the measurement light does not
blink, export then open the
maintenance report of the charging
station (see the Maintenance tab).
Refer to the ErrorStatus section
Bit 11: DI PowerMeter Comm
KO indicates incorrect connection or
incorrect configuration.
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Yellow measurement light blinking for active communication
Measurement and Configuration Display
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Parameters for the wiring of phases to the power terminal block and to the energy meter
These parameters are used to describe how the phases are balanced (or not).
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Chapter 5
Authentication
Authentication
Purpose of the Authentication tab

Display and manage the local list of authorized RFID badges in case of a charging station that is not
provided with a supervision via OCPP.
List of badge properties
Properties
Access rights
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Admin
User
Badge number
R
R
–
–
Badge number
Identifier
R
R
–
–
Unique identifier of the badge
Type
R/W
R/W
User
X
Defining the rights associated
with the badge
–
Additional information
associated with the badge
identifier. This comment will be
displayed in the Charge Data
Record.
VIP
Admin
Comment
R/W
R/W
0...50 characters
Rights associated with the type of badge
The badge Type (User, VIP, Admin) defines the rights associated with the badge. This Type must not be
confused with the account profile (Admin, User) of the person connected to the commissioning tool.
 User: Badge used to charge the electric vehicle in standard mode.


VIP(1): Badge used to charge the electric vehicle in priority mode. When the charging station operates
in a cluster with Energy management, the station charging a vehicle identified by a VIP badge does not
apply reduction or only partially.
Admin: Badge used to manually add or remove User badges (refer to the document HRB60015). It can
also be used to stop a charge underway started with another badge.
NOTE: An Admin badge cannot be used to charge an electric vehicle.
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Action buttons description
Legend
Action Category
Button Description
1
Manual creation/removal of badges:
 Add badges
 Remove badges
 Add/Delete button: select whether to add or remove badges
2
Individual badge management:
 Modify properties
 Remove badge
 Save changes
 Cancel modifications
 Start/Stop button: start or stop the addition or removal.

: allows modification of the badge properties

: removes a badge

: saves the new badge properties

: cancels modifications made to the badge properties
that have not yet been saved
NOTE:
During the modification of the badge properties:
3
4
 the
button replaces the
button
 the
button replaces the
button
Multiple badge management:
 Remove selected badges
 Remove all badges
 Change badge type
 Remove badges selection and Remove all badges: refer to
Management of a whole set of badges:
 Export all badges
 Import all badges
 Export: exports all badges with their properties in a
the above instructions for removing badges.
 Change badge type to User, VIP or Admin to modify the
associated rights.
.csv file
to create a backup of the list of badges or to copy this list to
another charging station..
 Import: creates a set of badges with their properties from a
.csv file. This function removes all the badges that existed
previously.
Adding one or more badges
Step
1
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Action
Toggle the Add/Delete button to the Add position.
2
Toggle the Start/Stop button to the Start position.
3
To add several badges, pass them in front of the RFID reader, one after the other. The charging station
beeps each time a badge is added.
4
Wait 30 seconds or toggle the Start/Stop button to the Stop position to finish adding badges.
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Modifying a badge
The following two badge properties can be modified:
 Comment
 Type
Step
Action
1
Click the
2
button.
Modify the Comment or Type badge properties.
3
Click the
button to save the changes.
Removing badges
There are three ways to remove badges.
To remove several badges with the RFID reader, proceed as follows:
Step
1
Action
Toggle the Add/Delete button to the Delete position.
2
Toggle the Start/Stop button to the Start position.
3
To remove several badges, pass them in front of the RFID reader, one after the other. The charging
station emits a beep each time a badge is removed.
4
Wait 30 seconds or toggle the Start/Stop button to the Stop position to finish removing badges.
To remove several badges with the multiple selection, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Select the badges to be removed by checking the boxes.
2
Select the Remove badges selection option in the drop-down list.
3
Click OK.
NOTE: Check the upper left box to select all badges of the current page.
To remove all badges, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Select the Remove all badges option in the drop-down list.
2
Click OK.
3
A dialog box appears.
Click OK to confirm the removal of badges.
Exporting badges
The Export function is used to create a backup of the list of badges in a .csv file or to copy this list to another
charging station.
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1
Click Export.
2
Select Save File and click OK. The file is saved in the web browser downloads folder.
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Import badges
The Import function is used to restore the list of badges or to copy this list from another charging station.
Step
1
Action
Click Import.
2
Click Browse, select the desired .csv file, and click Open.
3
Click the Import button.
NOTE: The import operation erases the existing list of authorized badges.
Caution: It is not possible to export the list of badges, to modify this list and then import it in the same
charging station or another charging station.
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Charge Data Record
Charge Data Record
Purpose of the Reporting tab :


Display or export information relating to the last charging sessions.
Configure the frequency and the transmission mode of the charging sessions.
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Charge Data Record
31
Publication settings sub-tab
32
Charge Data Record
Export button
The Export button inside the sub-tab is used to export all the charging sessions saved in the charging
station in a .csv file (up to 3000 charging sessions).
CDR description
CDR (Charging Details Record) refers to the charge log. This sub-tab displays the last thirty charge logs
of the charging station with the following data for each charge log:
 Charge number
 Charging station
 Socket ID
 Transaction ID (Transaction identifier from OCPP Supervision)
 Authentication system ID (UID)
 Type of charge detected by the charging station
 Start time of session
 End time of session
 Energy in kWh
 Type of socket-outlet or connector (attached cable)
 Charge duration
 Comment
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Publication settings sub-tab
This tab is used to configure how the charging session data is sent.
Parameter list
Setting
Report frequency(1)
Protocol
Field separator
Decimal separator
(1)
Access rights
Admin
User
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
Disabled
X
Daily
–
Weekly
–
Daily: Everyday at 0 :01
Weekly: Every Monday at 0:01
Monthly: Every 1st of the month at
0:01
Monthly
–
SMTP
X
FTP
–
HTTP
–
Semicolon
X
Comma
–
Tab
–
Comma
X
–
Dot
–
–
Information given by your network
manager.
–
All data already sent will not be sent again.
SMTP parameters (All these parameters are mandatory and given by your administrator)
Setting
Access rights
Admin
User
Server
R/W
Port
Authentication required
Username
32
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
R
–
–
Enter the URL or the IP address of
the server.
R/W
R
25...587
25
Enter the Port of the Server.
R/W
R
On
–
Off
X
Indicate whether or not
authentication is required by the
SMTP server.
–
–
R/W
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
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Setting
Access rights
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
–
–
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
R/W
R
–
–
The sender address should
contain less than 255 characters.
R/W
R
–
–
Several receiver addresses can
be entered and must be separated
by a semi-colon (no space before
or after). The entry should contain
less than 255 characters.
Admin
User
Password
R/W
Sender
Receiver
FTP parameters (All these parameters are mandatory and given by your administrator)
Setting
Access rights
Admin
User
Server
R/W
R
Authentication required
R/W
R
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
–
–
Enter the URL or the IP address of
the server.
Indicate whether or not
authentication is required by the
FTP server.
On
–
Off
X
Username
R/W
–
–
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
Password
R/W
–
–
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
FTP Port
R/W
–
1..9999
21
–
Passive mode
R/W
–
on
–
–
off
X
HTTP parameters (All these parameters are mandatory and given by your administrator)
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Admin
User
Server
R/W
R
Authentication required
R/W
R
Setting range
Factory
setting
Description
–
–
Enter the URL or the IP address of
the server.
Indicate whether or not
authentication is required by the
HTTP server.
On
–
Off
X
Username
R/W
–
–
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
Password
R/W
–
–
–
Displayed if Authentication
required is set to on.
HTTP Port
R/W
–
1..9999
80
–
Path
R/W
–
–
–
Path to copy the files. Should
contain less than 100 characters.
Field name
R/W
–
–
–
Should contain less than
50 characters.
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Chapter 7
Maintenance
Maintenance
Purpose of the Maintenance tab








Display the live status of the charging station
Display and export the maintenance report
Restore the factory settings of the charging station configuration (accessible to the administrator only)
Restart the charging station
Modifying the password of the selected account
Display the software version of the electronic board and the commissioning tool of each charge point
Display the version of the RFID reader software when applicable
Upgrade the software
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Status sub-tab
34
Report sub-tab
38
Control sub-tab
38
Password sub-tab
39
Firmware Update sub-tab
40
Status sub-tab
This sub-tab displays the live status (refreshed every 5 s) of the charging station, and contains
 Errors
 Status
Stop automatic refresh
This button allows the automatic refresh to be stopped in order to freeze the status.
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Force Refresh
This button is displayed only when the automatic refresh has been stopped. This button allows the status
to be refreshed once.
Start automatic refresh
This button is displayed only when the automatic refresh has been stopped. This button allows the
automatic refresh to restart.
If there are one or more several errors on the charging station, a message is displayed as follows:
If there is no error on the charging station, a messge is displayed as follows:
Cable State is the current capability of the cable connected to the charging point (max ampere value).
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The following table describes all possible values:
Value
Not_Plugged
13 A
20 A
32 A
63 A_OR_70 A
EV State refers to the communication state between the charging point and the electrical vehicle according
to IEC 61851standard.
The following table describes all possible values:
Value
Vehicle
connected
Switch
S2
Charge
possible
Va(1)
A_Not_Present_12V
No
Open
No
12 V(4)
B_Present_9V
Yes
Open
No
9V
(2)
B_Present_Asked_9V_M12V
C_Ready_6V
Vb = 0 V
–
Modulation 12 V
Yes
Closed
Vehicle
ready
C_Ready_6V_M12V
D_Ready_VR_3V
6 V(3)
–
Modulation 12 V
3V
(3)
D_Ready_VR_3V_M12V
R3 = 270 Ω ±3 %
Charging area ventilation not
required
–
E_ShortCut
Yes
Open
No
0V
Vb = 0: EVSE, utility problem or utility
power not available, pilot short to
earth
F_NotAvailable
Yes
Open
No
-12 V
EVSE not available
(1)
All voltages are measured after stabilization period, tolerance ±1 V.
The EVSE generator may apply a steady state DC voltage or a ±12 V square wave during this period. The duty
cycle indicates the available current.
(3)
The voltage measured is a function of the value of R3.
(4) 12 V static voltage.
(2)
EVSE Status describes the state of the EVSE module.
The following table describes all possible values:
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Value
Descripton
Simplified_Mode_3 or
Normal_Mode_3
–
Ventilation required
The EV requires an external ventilation to extract gas or
reduce temperature
Cluster_Mode
The Charging station is part of cluster
Single-Phase or Three-Phase
–
Domestic cable detected
–
VIP badge mode
–
Unavailable_OCPP_Cmd_Received
The charging station is unavailable due to an OCCP
command.
not_Enough_Energy_To_Start_Charge
The energy available is not enough to start the charge.
Charge_Postpone
The charging session is postponed by a Modbus command
Maintenance_Plc_Cmd_Received
The maintenance mode has been enabled by a Modbus
command
Booked_Plc_Cmd_Received
The reservation has been enabled by a Modbus command
Suspend_Plc_Cmd_Received
The charging session is suspended by a Modbus command
Unavailable_Plc_Cmd_Received
The charging station is unavailable due to a Modbus
command.
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Outlet Status is dedicated to Schneider Electric Experts.
The following table describes all possible values:
Value
OK_ChargeAuthorisationStarted
OK_ChargeAuthorisationDone
OK_ChargeContractStarted
OK_ChargeContractDone
OK_PlugProcedureStarted
OK_PlugProcedureDone
OK_ChargeLoopStarted
OK_ChargeLoopEnded
OK_UnplugProcedureStarted
OK_UnplugProcedureDone
OK_MaintenanceCity
OK_InitDone
OK_Unavailable
Not_Initialized
OutletStatusLastError provides information about the last error (even if error is not active)
Value
Description
ChargeAuthorisation error
KO_BadgeUnknown
RFID badge not authorized (local or supervised)
KO_BadgeIsNotTheBooker
RFID badge not authorized according to current
reservation
Plug error
KO_PlugOrShutterAbnormallyLocked
Lock mechanism is in an abnormal final state
KO_ShutterNotOpened
Link with Outlet Status state OK_PlugProcedureStarted:
Shutter not opened
KO_PlugNotDetected
Link with Outlet Status state OK_PlugProcedureStarted:
Cable not detected
KO_EvNotDetected
Link with Outlet Status state OK_PlugProcedureStarted:
Car not detected
KO_PlugOrShutterAbnormallyNotLocked
Link with Outlet Status state OK_PlugProcedureStarted:
Unlock Mechanism not working
KO_PlugProcedureError
Link with Outlet Status state OK_PlugProcedureStarted:
Other errors
Charge error
KO_BadgeIsNotTheCurrentUser
Current badge is not the one which has opened the
session
KO_UnlockPlugInCharge
Plug unlocked during charge
KO_OnStreetOpenShutterInCharge
City only: Shutter is opened during the charge
Unplug error
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KO_ShutterNotClosed
Shutter is not closed at the end of charging session
KO_PlugStillDetected
Cable is not removed at the end of charging session
KO_EVStillDetected
Electric vehicle is still detected after end of charge
request
KO_UnplugProcedureError
Other errors
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Report sub-tab
This sub-tab displays the maintenance report which describes the status of the charging station. The user
can export this report as an HTML file (Export button).
Control sub-tab
The Restart button restarts the charging station after a change to a parameter for example.
The Restore button restores the factory settings of the charging station parameters.
Only RFID badges are kept. All other data, as CDR, are lost.
The button is accessible to the administrator only.
NOTE: During a Back to factory settings the current software version is kept.
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Password sub-tab
Purpose of the password tab

Modifying the password of the selected account.
Action buttons in the list of users
Account
Button
Access rights
Action
Admin
User
User
R/W
N
Click the button to select the User account as
the account to modify.
Admin
R/W
N
Click the button to select the Admin account
as the account to modify.
Modifying the password of the selected account
Setting
Access rights
Description
Admin
User
New password
R/W
R/W
Click in the field and enter the new password (hidden
characters).
Confirm new password
R/W
R/W
Click in the field and re-enter the new password to confirm it
(hidden characters). Click Save to validate the password
change.
Protecting access to charging station parameters and data
NOTICE
Risk of incorrect parameter setting of the charging station and data violation


When the charging station is commissioned, replace the default password with a password containing
at least eight characters including upper-case, lower-case, numbers and special characters.
Ensure that only authorized personnel know the password.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage or incorrect operation.
In the event of loss of password
In the event that the password of the User account is lost, only the administrator can create a new one.
If the password of the Admin account is lost, it is not possible to retrieve it or to create a new temporary
password. The charging station must be restored to the factory settings using a manual procedure that
does not require the use of the commissioning tool. Refer to document DOCA0017 or contact your
Schneider Electric Customer Care to obtain this procedure for your charging station model.
Caution: A restore to factory settings automatically erases all data contained in the charging station (Only
RFID badges are kept).
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Firmware Update sub-tab
Purpose of the Updates sub-tab



Display the software version of the electronic board and the commissioning tool of each charge point.
Each charge point is identified by the last byte in its IP address.
Display the version of the RFID reader software when applicable.
Upgrade the software.
Parameter list
Setting
Access rights
Description
Admin
User
Socket-outlet
R
N
Designation of the charge point. This is the last byte in the IP
address of the electronic board of the charge point.
Electronic board
R
N
Software version of the electronic board of the charge point.
Commissioning tool
R
N
Software version of the commissioning tool of the charging
station.
RFID reader
R
N
Software version of the RFID reader.
Downloading a software update
Updates are available for download from the Schneider Electric Web site with by searching “EVlink
software”. They are in a compressed file in .zip format. The content and the update procedure are
described in a release note added to the compressed file that should be read before proceeding with the
update.
End of document.
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