Go-e Chargerin uusinta mallia löytyypi varastosta

The latest model of the Go-e Charger can be found in stock

Go-e Charger's HOME series was an excellent product. It has now been replaced by its Gemini series. In practice, there is no other difference in the model apart from the aesthetics, other than the better protection class of the new one. So, in my laziness, I copied the blog post I made from the HOME template as it is :). At the moment, we have an 11kW plug-in version in our warehouse - if you need a permanently installed or 22kW version, please contact us! Here is the blog post:

The Austrian go-eCharger has succeeded in developing a product with an excellent price-quality ratio, which is now available at autonlaturit.com. Weighing less than two kilograms, the device contains almost everything you could wish for in an electric car charger.

First of all, the mobile application for managing the device is really versatile. Of course, you don't have to use it - plug in the cord and press the power button, you can leave the phone in your pocket if you want. But for those who are interested, go-eCharger gives a lot of possibilities. The device creates a WiFi network by itself, so after downloading the free application, it's all done except for pairing. If you want to control the device remotely, you can connect it to the property's network. So what can you adjust about it? Well, almost everything; charging timing, power, number of steps... The device can create its own profiles for different users, making it easy to monitor each user's consumption, for example at the workplace or in a housing association. The device can be locked so that power only starts to come in when you turn it on with a mobile device or by flashing the RFID card. It is also possible to install several devices and connect them all to the same network to "talk to each other". For example, you can define the maximum allowed total load for the devices. Example:

The company Jankon Betoni Oy acquires 3 go-eCharger HOMEfix 11kW devices for its parking lot. The company has a 3x35A main fuse, which corresponds to approximately 24kW maximum power (35A x 230V x 3 phases = 24150W). Jankko thinks that even during the worst consumption peaks, there would always be at least 15kW available for charging electric cars. So the devices are told that their combined power can be no more than that 15kW. When all three chargers have a fully electric car charging, the power of each charger is limited to 5kW. EXCEPT if it is known that one of these cars needs more power than the others; charging power can also be prioritized. So even though alternator #1 may be the one that always gets full power, the rest share the remaining reserve among themselves. For this parking lot, Jankko, if he is an authoritarian cartridge of the old union, can get a sign with the registration number of his own car.

go-eChargers are available with two maximum outputs: 11kW and 22kW. There is hardly any difference in price, not at all in appearance. However, the majority of fully electric cars (not to mention plug-in cars) can only use a maximum of 11kW charging. In addition, for example, the main fuse of a single-family house is usually 3x25A, which corresponds to a power of about 17kW. And since electricity is needed for other things in the property, usually that 11kW version is quite sufficient and currently the only one we have in stock. However, we can get any go-eCharger product with a delivery time of about a week, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you have different needs.

In addition to two different power versions, you can choose either a model with a power plug (HOME+) or a model intended for fixed installation (HOMEfix). The fixed installation version requires an electrician to install it (depending on the site, approximately one hour's work), the plug-in version can be installed yourself. The plug-in model is also easy to take on a trip (unless you want to attach the device to the wall with the supplied U-piece in case of thieves).

Unlike most home charging stations, the go-eCharger does not have a fixed charging cable, but just a Type 2 female head, like many public charging points. This has its pros and cons. The advantage is the versatility of the device; it scales equally well to cars with both Type 1 and Type 2 connectors. So you don't have to renew the charging station if you change to a car that uses a different connector type. In workplaces and housing associations, scalability is even more important. The disadvantage of not having a cable is the lack of a cable - it must be purchased separately. However, the price of the go-eCharger is so competitive considering the features, that even considering the absence of a cable, we are still very much on the plus side.