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- Charging electric cars puts an increased load on your electrical installation. You need to ensure that your installation can handle the altered load. The challenge is not just an increased load, but an increased load over a prolonged period. The charging station has an active integrated safety system which ensures, among other things, that the current is only switched on when all connectors have been connected.
- The installation has RCD protection and DC protection for your personal safety.
- A charging station should always be installed by an authorised installer.
Since charging electric cars puts a high load on the premises, load balancing is carried out. This ensures that everyone is able to charge simultaneously while also ensuring that the main fuse does not trip if you charge your car at the same time as running appliances such as an oven, a vacuum cleaner or sauna.
Please refer to our installation manual, which can be downloaded from our website.
All our products are designed and made in Sweden.
Mode 3 charging requires specific equipment both on the vehicle and on the charging station. This safety level means that the cable between the charging station and vehicle is not powered up until the vehicle and charging station have communicated with each other. Only then is the power switched on in the charging station. The EU has decided that Mode 3 should be standard from 2017.
These are two different types of sockets on cars.
Type 2 is the EU standard, which is required, for example, to obtain a grant from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Naturvårdsverket).
Type 1 is the standard used in Asia, which is found on Asian brands of car.
Halo is rated at IP 66.
Aura is rated at IP 55.
It then works as a normal charging station, so it will charge the car as normal without any control.
The generation of heat in the charging station is normal. We recommend that the charging station is not installed in direct sunlight to reduce the heat within.
Several of you can share a charging station, but there is a limitation of one user profile per charging station.
There is no limit to how long you can have your car on charge. Our charging stations will send power to the car as long as it requests charging. If the car is fully charged, charging stops automatically.
To create a new login, select “Sign up” in the cloud service. If the previous owner is registered on the charging station, they will have to deregister themselves first. You can access our cloud service via the app or via the link https://my.charge.space/userapp/#/login
f you need to reset your password, click “Forgot password” in our cloud service. A link will then be sent to your email address to allow you to reset the password. You can access our cloud service via the app or via the link https://my.charge.space/userapp/#/login
Check that you are connected to the charging station’s (Halo’s or Aura’s) WiFi network.
Then check that you have entered the address in an address field and not in a search field.
Note that when you open a web browser, a search field often pops up on the first page. To access 192.168.250.1, you need to enter the number in an address field when you are connected to the charging station’s WiFi.
The signal strength should be at least -90 dBm (minus scale) or lower. If you can’t find the network in the list, the signal strength is probably weak.
If you can find the network but get ERROR:Connection Timeout, the signal strength is too weak.
(There are mobile phone apps that you can use to measure the signal strength up to the Wallbox).
Check that the router is transmitting its SSID on the 2.4 GHz frequency. Some routers transmit the SSID on 5.0 GHz. Halo cannot connect to the 5.0 GHz SSID.
Check that port 80 is open.
Check the firewall settings.
The charging station (Halo or Aura) network is only visible for 15 minutes after booting up and then becomes invisible. To make the network visible again, you need to restart the charging station via the switch in the fuse cabinet.
Halo has a 7½ metre charging cable
Firstly, the charging station is connected to a network. Then you can use the RFID tag supplied to lock and unlock the charging station. You can also switch off the charging station via our cloud service – if you go on holiday, for example.
Charge Amps offers the user the option of obtaining reports on consumption data that can be used, for example, as a basis for receiving payment for the charging service in housing associations, companies or car parks.
Charge Amps’ cloud service can be used free of charge.
You can, of course, charge your car without connecting your Halo to the internet, but you will miss out on a lot of additional smart features so we always recommend that you connect your charging station to the internet to gain maximum benefit from the product.
Yes, all our charging stations have an RFID reader, and an RFID tag is also supplied with each charging station.
The RFID standard we use on our charging stations is MIFARE Classic.
Yes, a certified electrician is required to install the charging station.
All charging sessions that take place on a charging station are uploaded to the cloud service. If you would like to access the data that has been collected, you need to use our app or log in at https://my.charge.space/userapp/#/login
Yes, you can. It’s the car that requests charging from the charging station which can never supply the car with more current than it requests.
No, there is a temperature fuse in the charging station that prevents overheating.
Yes, if you connect your charging station to a network, you have the option to track and view your previous charging sessions.
It depends on which charging station you select. Type 2 sockets are available for our Aura charging station and fixed charging cables are available for our Halo charging station.
We offer a warranty of three years for all our products,
Assistance from Charge Amps support technicians
You will be assisted by a Charge Amps support technician. You can expect to receive professional assistance with your case and to be provided with a case number.
If your unit does not operate as expected, return it marked with your case number to your approved RMA reseller or local reseller – as indicated in the instructions in your support case.
Your approved Charge Amps RMA partner will repair or exchange the unit and return it to you. Alternatively your local reseller may send the defective unit to their distributor, and they will send the unit to Charge Amps to be repaired or exchanged. You will get back a fully functional unit.