This system has been developed as an electricity load management solution for locations requiring multiple EV charging points where the charging points have a higher collective load potential than the electricity supply available to them.
The Electricity Load Management system is initially set up by entering into the management software the number of charging points on site, including their collective load potential and the electricity supply available.
Once this information is fed into the software, the system calculates the most efficient way of managing the electricity across the EV charging points and thereby always protecting the power supply and so avoiding power cuts.
Once Electricity Load Management is operational, the system will constantly monitor the charging points and distribute / re-distribute electricity (amps) to the charging sockets as and when EV drivers connect or disconnect from the system.The Electricity Load Management system will also manage EV driver charging expectations by always initially informing them of the minimum charge (amps) available when they first connect, e.g.: if the system is under highoccupancy, the EV driver may be advised that the minimum charge available to them is 16 amps (3.6kW), however, during the charging cycle, if other drivers disconnect from the system, that EV driver’s charging supply may increase to 32 amps (7.2kW) automatically as and when electricity becomes available.