go-eCharger HOME+ and HOMEfix

At home, on the go and incredibly smart

The smart wallbox for electric vehicles

The go-eCharger HOME+ is a wallbox for charging electric cars with high-end features. It is available in the variants 11 kW and 22 kW (maximum charging power). Due to the WiFi module included as standard, smart solutions such as PV surplus charging (via API) as well as load balancing are already integrated. The numerous safety functions include a built-in RCD protection module with direct current detection (30 mA AC and 6 mA DC).

Easiest installation – can be used mobile

The charger is Plug & Play capable: Simply screw on the wall mounting plate, hang in the charger and connect it to a three-phase socket. Different adapters for various sockets are available compatible with the go-eCharger HOME+. Thanks to its simple installation, the wallbox can be used as a mobile charging station if required.

go-eCharger HOMEfix – stationary wallbox

The go-eCharger HOMEfix has apart from mobility the same intelligent features as the go-eCharger HOME+ and is also available in the versions 11 kW and 22 kW. The stationary charging station is ideal for all car drivers who only receive a subsidy for a permanently mounted wallbox.

Easy installation by an electrician

An electrician is required to install the go-eCharger HOMEfix. All he has to do is connecting the charging station to any existing junction box (if applicable) – a time and cost saving advantage compared to other wall charging stations for electric cars.

The go-eCharger can use surplus electricity to charge an electric car via a photovoltaic connection.

Can be used anywhere – charge at any socket

With the go-eCharger HOME+ it is possible to charge anywhere where alternating and three-phase current is available (provided the appropriate adapter is used). Thanks to the built-in type 2 socket, the wallbox is ultra compact, as it uses any standard type 2 cable – goodbye to unnecessary cable clutter.

Absolutely compatible – for every electric car

Every go-eCharger of the HOME series charges all electric cars of all car manufacturers approved for the European market via the type 2 socket: e.g. Renault Zoe, Mercedes-Benz EQC, Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Ioniq, Kia Niro, eGolf, BMW i3, all Tesla vehicles, of course also Model 3.


  • Type 2
    Suitable for all vehicles with type 2, as well as type 1 plugs via adapters and special cables. >

    The go-eCharger can be used universally. It charges every electric car approved for Europe.

    All new electric vehicles are equipped with a type 2 plug (also called Mennekes plug). Older vehicles with type 1 plugs can also be charged with the go-eCharger by using a type 1 to type 2 adapter or cable.

    Type 2 forms the basis for CCS (Combined Charging System). The plug is also known under the name Combo Type 2. It has two additional contacts for fast DC charging.

  • Up to 11/22 kW*
    High charging capacity up to 11/22 kW*, freely adjustable via App or quick select button. >

    With the go-eCharger a high charging capacity of up to 11 or 22 kW* can be achieved. The desired charging power can be selected via the app or the button on the box. Any adjustment between 6 and 16/32 amperes* is possible. One LED of the LED ring on the charger corresponds to 1 ampere each.

    *maximum charging power depends on the go-eCharger variant

  • Mobile
    The charger you can take with you thanks to the quick-release function. (only go-eCharger HOME+). >

    Charge your electric car at home and on the road: The included quick release wall unit included in the scope of delivery makes it possible. At home, the charging unit is conveniently attached to the wall mount. The go-eCharger can be removed in one easy step. This turns it into a mobile charger for any electric car.

  • Adapter
    Various adapters for every situation: single-phase charging, multi-phase charging and charging at the household socket. >

    The go-e adapters enable to charge an electric vehicle with the go-eCharger HOME+ at any socket. Whether at home at the 16 A three-phase socket, in the harbour and on the camping site at CEE blue 16 A or when visiting relatives at a 16 A shockproof socket. When using a suitable original go-e adapter with the 22 kW go-eCharger HOME+ the charging current is automatically reduced to 16 A. When using a go-e adapter, the charging current is automatically reduced. This prevents the socket from beeing overloaded. The go-eCharger HOME+ 11 kW always charges with a maximum of 16 A.

    Note: Not all household sockets are suitable for a charging current of 16 A. In case of doubt, we recommend reducing the charging power manually to 10 A.

    Please note: Different adapter versions are required for the 11 kW or 22 kW version of the go-eCharger HOME+.

    Adapter set go-eCharger HOME+ 11 kW to CEE blue 16 A - CEE red 32 A - multiple domestic plugs 16 A
    Adapter set go-eCharger HOME+ 11 kW to CEE blue 16 A – CEE red 32 A – multiple domestic plugs 16 A
  • Plug & Play
    Easiest installation even without an electrician. For all common sockets in Europe. (only go-eCharger HOME+). >

    The go-eCharger HOME+ can be connected directly to an existing CEE red 16 A (HOME+ 11 kW) or CEE red 32 A (HOME+ 22 kW) socket. Using appropriate adapters, it can also be connected to almost all other common sockets in the EU.

  • Permanently installed
    Stationary charging station for the fixed installation. (only go-eCharger HOMEfix). >

    Once assembled, the go-eCharger HOMEfix has its durable home. The installation has to be done by an electrician. This charging solution is ideal to get subsidys for e-chargers intended exclusively for stationary mounting.

  • High performance plastic
    Extremely shock- and UV-resistant material made of high-quality plastic alloy. >

    The high-performance plastic ASA used for our Chargers is extremely break-proof even under extreme weather conditions (hail, heat, cold).
    The plastic used is also light-resistant, so the colour is retained for many years (does not fade/yellow).

  • RFID
    Personalized access via most RFID-capable cards (e.g. EC card) or RFID chips. 1 chip included in delivery. >

    The RFID function can be used to personalize access to the charging station. This means that no one can start a charging process without authorisation. In addition, all charging processes can be stored on up to 10 accounts. RFID allows to authorise access to charges, to control them, evaluate and export them as a CSV file.

  • WiFi & Hotspot
    Connection via Internet (integration into home network) or directly via hotspot. >

    The communication interfaces provide many additional benefits. If you wish, you can connect the go-eCharger to the Internet (integration into an existing network or directly via hotspot) and benefit from further functions (e.g. connection to the electricity price exchange, various timer settings via app).

  • App for Android & IOS
    Free App for detailed settings and control of your go-eCharger (alternatively also via Web-Browser). >

    The free app offers a lot of added value. You can use the app to check the charged kWh, regulate the current, configure the setting button on the charging unit or start charging. If you prefer the PC: Various settings at app.go-e.co can also be made via the web browser.

  • Charging control
    Information about charging current, export of kWh meter, adapter detection and type 2 cable detection. >

    All information about the charging process are available via app. Of course you can also stop charging, set charging currents and much more. The total counter reading per RFID card can be exported via the app or the website app.go-e.co/csv.php.

  • Load balancing
    Distributes the current load when charging several vehicles. >

    With several charging stations per household (per grid connection), load balancing will be indispensable in the future. When charging several electric vehicles at the same time, normal household connections overload.

    With the help of load balancing, the charging boxes communicate with each other. This ensures efficient and safe power distribution.

  • Electricity price exchange
    Obtain energy ecologically and economically sensible via electricity exchange prices (partner aWATTar). >

    Cost-effective charging when the price of electricity is lowest. We make this possible with our partner aWATTar (currently only available in Germany and Austria). With this function, the go-eCharger can dial into the electricity price exchange and sees 24 hours in advance how high the electricity price will be the next day.

    As there is an electricity surplus at certain times of the day (e.g. in the early morning hours), even negative electricity prices are possible. This ensures efficient and ecological use of electricity-surplus, and therefore contributes to reducing the impact we people have on our environment. On the same time, it allows you to reduce your electricity bill.

    Prerequisite to benefit economically: The end consumer must be an aWATTar customer. This is currently only possible in Austria and Germany.

  • Scheduler
    Pre-setting of charging time with start and stop, weekday and time. >

    Economically and ecologically elegant: Via the scheduler it is possible to define the start time for charging. This is optimal, for example, for charging at night or in the early hours of the morning (savings potential through night tariffs).

    This function also pays off for the environment, similar to the Electricity price exchange function. By not charging at peak times, voltage peaks can be reduced and the excess current can be used at night.

  • Personalized
    RFID card management with user accounts including consumption overview. >

    The go-eCharger app allows you to customize various settings. For example, the colors of the Charger’s LEDs. Bright or colorful – just as you like. The locking variant of the box can also be configured according to personal requirements.

    In addition, each RFID card can be assigned to a personal account, allowing the charged current to be read for each card/user.

  • Smart Home capable
    Can be integrated in networks for communication with other smart devices. >

    The go-eCharger can communicate with other smart devices/systems in the network and is individually adaptable. If the go-e Charger is connected to the WIFI, the charging station can be conveniently controlled via App. This is particularly interesting for photovoltaic connections and load balancing

  • Updatable
    Constant improvement and extensions of functions. Updates possible with the app. >

    Installing updates is a major advantage of chargers connected to the Internet. The go-eCharger does not have to be sent to the service to install updates. Updates are easy to initialize via the app.

  • RCD protection module (DC fault protection)
    Integrated direct current fault detection (30 mA AC, 6 mA DC): Only a type A RCD is required on the building side, unless local regulations deviate from this. >

    The type A RCD commonly used in buildings protects against sinusoidal and pulsating fault currents. However, due to the design of some on-board chargers in electric cars (e.g. ZOE), DC faults may also occur. Therefore, additional DC fault protection is required on the building side or in the charging station in the form of a type B RCD or RCD protection module. The RCD protection module integrated in the go-eCharger switches off the charging station in the event of a fault current generated by the car and thus ensures the highest possible level of safety. Therefore, only a type A RCD is required on the building side, unless local regulations deviate from this.

  • Secure
    Detailed safety functions provide protection against damage. >

    The go-eCharger HOME+ is first and foremost a stationary charging station, but is also ideal for use on the go. The go-eCharger offers safety in case of incorrectly installed sockets. If a phase (neutral conductor or earthing) is not properly connected, the system switches off and thus prevents damage to the vehicle.

  • Switchable grounding monitoring
    Also works with networks where no grounding can be detected, like e.g. in Norway. >

    The power grid is not grounded everywhere. Especially in areas with high safety requirements or in areas of permafrost soils, isolating transformers are used which eliminate the risk of electric shock at the end devices. So that the go-eCharger also functions in these regions, the earth detection can be deactivated.

  • IP54
    Protection against dirt and water, suitable for permanent outdoor use. >

    With protection class IP54, the Charger is suitable for permanent outdoor operation. The charger is protected against splashing water and can withstand heavy rainfall.

    The IP (International Protection) defines the protection of electrical equipment for different environmental conditions. For example, the ingress of foreign bodies (such as dust) and water.

  • Theft-proof
    Mechanical cable lock with car and charging box until released by the owner. >

    During the charging process, the charger is locked with the charging cable and permanently connected to the car until the plug is removed from the vehicle. The go-eCharger HOME+ is thus well protected from thieves when on the road. To protect the mobile wallbox from theft, a security clip is included to secure the cable (go-eCharger HOME+ only). This is screwed to the wall and locked with a lock.

  • Photovoltaics
    Uses surplus solar power for charging (API-connection necessary). >

    The go-e Charger can use surplus current from a photovoltaic installation (inverter with API interface required) via API (an open software interface) to charge the electric car. For this purpose, both devices communicate via the API interface (programming by qualified personnel required). The well documented API of the charging box for communication between the charging box and the photovoltaic inverter can be downloaded here.

  • API
    Open interface for combination with devices from other manufacturers. >

    With the go-eCharger you get a system with an open HTTP API interface (MQTT / REST). This is especially interesting if you want to connect your own applications. For example a photovoltaic system. The open interface ensures that other manufacturers can combine their devices with go-eCharger. The documentation of the HTTP API of go-e can be found here.

    In addition, in the go-eCharger the API Modbus TCP is integrated from firmware version 0.40. Like the go-e network operator API, this enables authorised access to the go-eCharger by the electricity network operator for the useful capacity control. What is this for? If a large number of people in a location charge their electric car at the same time (for example, after work in a residential area), the local power distribution network may occasionally reach its limit. In this case, it is important that electricity network operators can communicate with the charging stations to temporarily reduce their charging capacity. Therefore, for example in Germany, the operator of a charging station must grant the network operator access to his station in accordance with the TAR Low Voltage (VDE-AR-N 4100:2019-04). Via Modbus TCP or go-e’s network operator API, the electricity network operator can signal the desired power reduction to the charger if required. The power can be infinitely adjusted between 6 and 32 amperes. In order to allow the network operator to access the charger, it must be connected to the Internet. With the go-eCharger HOME+ or HOMEfix this is done by integrating it into the WiFi. The documentation for Modbus TCP and the network operator API can be found in our download area.

go-eCharger App

Free app for detailed settings, monitoring and control of the go-eCharger.

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