Pre-series: Energy management includes various solutions for the allocation of energy to different consumers in the home or public sector.
The charge controller of an AC or DC charging station should have three important capabilities so that it can also manage charging in future:
Energy management includes various solutions in the home or public sector. It is about the allocation of energy to different consumers.
Load Management at Charging Stations and within Charging Parks
The simplest energy management is local load management, which distributes power between connected charging stations. A charged car can release the charging port and the released power can be distributed to other charging points. The dynamic distribution of power ensures that the maximum connected load is not exceeded, but that the potential is fully exploited at the same time.
OCPP can also be used to set charging power from charging stations. In addition, charging plans can be created. These are used to charge cars, for example overnight.
PV guided charging
The goal of PV guided charging is usually to bring as much of the electricity generated via solar panels into the car as possible, while at the same time using little electricity from the grid for charging. The electricity can be generated locally and is less expensive than purchasing from the grid. Our Charge Control C allows to switch to single-phase charging while charging over three phases. In this way, an amount of electricity that is too low in three-phase charging can still be efficiently brought into the vehicle on one phase. Dynamic limitation of the charging power is possible.
The inverter of PV systems is suitable to distribute energy into the system.
Possible techniques to connect energy management systems:
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