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 WLAN 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 against DC current faults ((RCD type B not required in house installation).
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 11 kW go-eCharger HOME+ or the 22 kW version. 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.
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.