Charging management system
A technical means for managing the charging of electric vehicles.
With a charging management system, both vehicle fleets and communal garages and car parks can optimise the distribution of the output across all the electric vehicles being charged. Not only can high investment costs associated with expanding your grid connection be avoided, but peak loads can also be reduced or prevented entirely. Depending on your requirements, a charging management system can optimise the charging process in the following ways.
Static charging management
Equal distribution of the available charge output to all charging points.
|Connection capacity||215 kW|
|Installed capacity (all charging points)||233 kW|
|Charging capacity demand||211 kW||233 kW|
|Charging capacity used||211 kW||215 kW|
|Reduction of charging capacity (wall boxes)||18 kW|
Passive charging management
All vehicles can be charged with maximum capacity.
Active charging management
The charging capacity is distributed proportionally to all vehicles.
Dynamic charging management
With dynamic charging, the overall performance of the object is considered: alongside vehicle charge points, this system takes into account the demand of the building or property.
If, for example, the demand for power increases in the building, the available charge output for vehicles will be reduced.
Scheduled charging management
Depending on times of use, vehicles are charged at full output.
Vehicles at charging points with 150 kW and 50 kW at full output, full time
Vehicles A, B and C with 11 kW charge output in a defined time slot.
During the charging periods set out, charging of a vehicle at other charging points is not possible.
The charging periods can be flexibly configured at each charging point.