Also available as TECHNIVOLT 100 with the same range of functions, but without a fixed 5m charging cable.
The TECHNIVOLT 101 has a type 2 charging cable permanently integrated into the charging station. The vast majority of e-cars in Europe can be charged with this, since the type 2 plug is now the European standard.
The TECHNIVOLT 101 is eligible for funding, depending on local subventions.
Installation of the 11 kW TECHNIVOLT charging station does not require a building permit. Unlike public stations, which are subject of inspections.
With the charging power of 11kW, you can also charge an electric vehicle with a larger battery capacity quickly and effectively. Use the simplified charging calculator to see the time in which the TECHNIVOLT 101 fully charges your vehicle from 0 to 100. The times determined are theoretical, maximum loading times. The common recommendation is to charge an e-car with a remaining battery capacity of approx. 20% to approx. 80% of the total battery capacity.
If the e-charging station is freely accessible in the driveway or carport, access protection is useful to prevent unauthorized persons from charging. You can use the supplied master card to register up to 20 user cards on the TECHNIVOLT 101. Two user RFID cards are already included in the scope of delivery to enable convenient and safe charging only after prior authorization. You can train any other RFID card as user cards at any time.
Now it's getting very technical, but also important! The TECHNIVOLT 101 already has an integrated electronic detection of smooth DC residual currents in the range of IΔn ≥ 6 mA, as prescribed by DIN EN 61851-1 for electric vehicles. It ensures that the vehicle's power supply is disconnected in the event of a DC fault current greater than 6 mA. For the electrician who connects the wallbox, this means that he only needs a type A residual current circuit breaker, which is significantly cheaper than a type B switch.
The wallbox may only be connected by a professional electrician or power grid operator. First of all, it is important to control the total electrical power of the connection. As some house connections allow a total power of up to 43 kW - charging via an 11 kW wallbox is usually possible without any problems. Often, however, connection to the house provides a total power of only about 22 kW. If, in addition to the charging station in the household, the current consumption is high, it will be difficult to charge the e-car with a constant charging power of 11 kW.
TechniVolt Stand 1
Cable and plug holder type 2