KEBA Wallbox 98.112 KeContact P30 e-series
- One Charging Station, Many Uses
- Up to 4.6 kW of charging power (charge 2x more quickly)
- Easily configurable charging power: 2.3 - 4.6 kW
- Integrated DC fault current sensor
- Suitable for all electric cars
The KEBA KeContact P30 x-series Charging Station Lets You Control up to 15 Charging Stations and Offers Everything you Need for your Electric Car Fleet
Do you want to build a small electric car fleet, and always make best use of the maximum available charging power? Then equip your car park, underground garage or hotel with a KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station for electric cars. Using the right backend system, you can also easily track charging processes for all electric cars, manage individual users or bill for electricity usage.
The KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station allows straightforward, functional and cost-effective load management. A KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station only needs to be programmed as a master once. It can then control up to 15 KEBA KeContact P30 c-series charging stations (slaves). The master charging station ensures that maximum power –as previously set – is not exceeded. If the potential charging power of individual electric cars exceeds the defined figure, the charging power of all charging stations is automatically reduced until sufficient power is available again. This saves you the cost of upgrading your power outlet, and makes best use of the available power.
OCPP for Communication with the Backend
The Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) controls communication between a charging station and a backend system. Thanks to OCPP, you can easily control one or more charging stations with a backend system (e.g. be.ENERGISED monitoring), allowing you to view individual charging processes, manage users, and bill for the electricity used.
Compatible With Many Energy Management Systems
KEBA x-series charging stations can be integrated into a wide range of smart home and energy management systems, and can be controlled via the ethernet interface which sets KEBA apart from the competition. It is also easy to connect a smart meter. This meter ensures smart optimisation of the charging station charging power, and adjusts the power to match the current domestic energy consumption. The charging station communicates locally via the modbus TCP and UDP communication protocol. The following brands are compatible with KEBA: The Mobility House, Loxone, Mygekko, smartfox, Solarlog, TQ-Systems.
Internet Connection via Mobile Data (3G), LAN & Wi-Fi
You decide whether to transfer data to and from the KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station via mobile data (3G), your LAN or Wi-Fi. You will need a SIM card to transfer data via a mobile data connection. These can usually be obtained from your backend operator. You must also make sure in advance that you have a mobile internet connection at the installation site. For successful communication via LAN or Wi-Fi, you may need to adapt the network settings to your internet router.
With the KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station, you can charge up to 10 times as quickly as at a standard domestic socket. Refer to our charging time summary, to see how quickly your electric car battery can be fully recharged, and so how fast you can get back on the road.
High-quality workmanship, easy to use
Whether indoors or outdoors, electrical parts enjoy reliable protection by way of high-quality materials, such as weather-proof and heavy duty plastics. The KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station is easy to operate, and always indicates the current operating status through multi-coloured LEDs.
Energy meter with LED display
The KEBA KeContact P30 x-series LED display indicates the exact amount of electricity used during the most recent electric car charging process. Total consumption is also displayed when the charging station is restarted.
Integrated Fault Current Sensor
The KEBA KeContact P30 x-series charging station comes with a DC fault current sensor as standard. All you need to do on installation is to fit a cost-effective type A RCD in the upstream protection device.
Configurable Charging Power
In order to prevent system overload and blown fuses, the charging power of the charging station must match the upstream installation and fuse protection. In contrast to other manufacturers, the KEBA charging station allows easy adjustment of the charging power via dip switches, to values between 2.3 and 22 kW.
Your charging station can only be used by users whose RFID card details are saved in the charging station. If an OCPP backend is used, new RFID cards can be programmed in the backend. Without a backend facility, RFID cards can be activated directly at the charging station with the help of the master card supplied. Drivers of electric cars use an RFID charging card to unlock the charging station and start the charging process. The station is delivered with the RFID function deactivated.
Continue to Charge Following a Fault
The Auto Recovery function automatically restarts the charging process in the event of a fault. This means you can reliably charge your electric car even after a power failure, thermal overload or residual current cut-off, so you can tackle your next journey with a full battery and no need for intermediate charging.
Charge Different Electric Cars
Whether your electric car has a type 1 or type 2 plug connection, with the right charging cable you can charge any electric.
A Quality Product from Austria
The KeContact P30 series from the Austrian electronic company KEBA makes it quick and easy to charge electric cars. KEBA has been developing and producing solutions for industrial, banking and service automation since 1968. As an innovative automation expert, KEBA has applied its wide-ranging expertise to energy automation since 2009, and offers an all-round infrastructure solution for electric mobility.
- Charging station
- Installation manual (for trained specialists)
- User manual (for the end customer)
- Drilling template
- 1x RFID card
- Installation material and fasteners (see Installation Manual Page 16)