Home charging

Take advantage of off-peak times in your home to fully and safely charge your electric vehicle.

One of the key aspects for electric vehicle owners to keep in mind is the choice of charging point, a choice that will depend on the type of vehicle and where it is parked. Normally, there are two different scenarios. The first involves users who have their own garage, and the second is those who park in community car parks where all the residents have their own parking space.

Circutor has a wide range of products for charging your electric vehicle, both for installation in your own garage and with a built-in authentication system to ensure that your vehicle can be securely charged in a community car park.

HOME CHARGING

Charging stations for the home

Circutor Solutions are designed to connect directly to any electric vehicle, either through a built-in connector or with a cable suited to your vehicle. We also offer options to recognise and block users to prevent fraud and ensure the safety of your vehicle during charging.

Charging in home settings

Charging stations for community car parks

Circutor Solutions are designed to connect directly to any electric vehicle, either through a built-in connector or with a cable suited to your vehicle. We also offer options to recognise and block users to prevent fraud and ensure the safety of your vehicle during charging.

MANAGING CONTRACTED POWER

Avoid having to increase the contracted power of your installation

Install the CirBEON device to prevent having to increase the contracted power of your installation. The device features setpoints to dynamically adjust your electric vehicle's consumption to the power available in the installation, avoiding exceeding the contracted power in your installation and tripping the shut-off breaker in your billing meter.

Optimise the contracted power

How can I avoid having to increase my contracted power?

Charging electric vehicles in homes is usually done at night to take advantage of the cheaper, off-peak rates. As a result, it is important to take into account the installation's peak power capacity, since connecting an electric vehicle to it can cause it to exceed the instantaneous power available, disrupting the supply.

To avoid this problem, we suggest installing a CirBEON controller. This solution features a transformer that dynamically adjusts the electric vehicle's consumption to the power available in the installation. Thus, if you connect several loads at night, in addition to the electric vehicle, the system will reduce the vehicle's charging power so as not to exceed the contracted power of the installation. This avoids both the interruption of the supply and the need to increase the contracted power of the installation as a result of connecting an electric vehicle to it.

Home recharging

What charging point should I install in my home garage?

Users with a garage in their home usually choose charging solutions with a built-in hose, as this makes it easy to quickly connect the vehicle for charging. As a result, when parking, the user only has to attach the charger hose to start the charging process.

The eHome range has been optimised to offer the best cost/quality ratio on the market. The result is a high-quality product that can conveniently charge all brands of electric vehicle on the market in Mode 3 with a single-phase connection of up to 7.4 kW, or a three-phase connection of up to 11 kW. It has a Type-2 base, or a hose with a type-1 or type-2 connector. It takes up a small space in your garage and is easy to install.

HOME

eHOME

Designed to be as easy to use as possible to help our customers recharge their electric vehicles. The eHOME is installed in the user's home. It has a small footprint and is easy to install.

eNEXT

The eNext range is the new generation of Circutor charging devices for household environments. The device is capable of recharging up to 22 kW in mode 3 and can be installed with a type-1 or type-2 cable, or a type-2 plug.

CHARGING IN RESIDENTIAL CAR PARKS

What charging point should I install in the parking space in my building?

Buildings usually have a residential car park where each resident has a parking space for their vehicle. When selecting the most suitable charging point, you have to decide whether to install a device with a built-in hose, depending on the type of vehicle you have, or one without a hose, using an external connection cable whenever you recharge your vehicle.

Avoiding fraud is another important aspect to consider. The charging point installed must ensure that no one else can charge their vehicle while you are not using it, to avoid surprises in your electric bill, or that they disconnect it while you are charging yours. Circutor’s eNEXT devices have wireless Bluetooth communications to unlock the connector when you are near the charging point, and lock it when you move away, thus preventing any external manipulation.

RESIDENTIAL CAR PARKS

eNEXT

Designed to meet the needs of electric vehicle users who install their charging point in a parking space in a shared garage. Since the device is accessible to other users, an authentication system is required to enable charging. eNEXT includes an app to detect and authenticate the user and configure the charging device.

ePARK

These devices are specially designed to be used in covered car parks. The ePARK series offers the maximum performance required by the market, with a monitoring and remote control system, and integration into platforms to invoice the individual consumption of each owner.

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PROTECTIVE ENCLOSURES

PROTECTIVE ENCLOSURES

Select the protective enclosure that best suits your needs and adequately protects your electrical vehicle charging installation.

· Type A, type A + 6mA DC or Type B protection
· MID certified meter
· Up to 40A circuit breaker
· Surge protection
· Security key