OCPP 1.6 (Feature set OCPP 1.5)
With our new software we now also support OCPP 1.6 (with the feature set OCPP 1.5). This gives our customers complete flexibility in the choice of their backend. KEBA wall boxes are compatible with any OCPP-based backend, which also makes it easy to switch backends if desired.
Control options via web interface
KEBA customers now enjoy the option of controlling their wall boxes remotely via a web interface. Any device with an Internet browser can be used to do this. There is no need for a cloud or host connection, nor are there any running costs.
Session protocol with data export options
It is now also possible to view, download, filter and process the charging session data from the last three months in the web interface. In this way, the energy consumption can be assigned accordingly, for example, in apartment buildings or for the charging of company vehicles.
You will find all the details in our presentation, which can be downloaded here. We are also happy to help you personally - simply fill out the contact form or contact your sales representative directly.
New KEBA wall box software 1.9.2
Series production for a premium German car manufacturer
With the delivery approval and the start of series production of the new BMW i Wallbox manufactured by KEBA, cooperation between the Austrian automation specialist and the German premium car manufacturer is official.
Expo Energy 2018
With the strong increase in electromobility, it is no wonder that numerous wall boxes from KEBA can again be found at the Expo Energy in Wels (Upper Austria) this year. Visitors can for example charge their EV at 40 charging stations by Wels Strom. The KEBA charging station can also be found in a lot of energy management applications at the event to demonstrate how easily KeContact P30 can be integrated into a smart home.
Plug or wallbox?
The standard delivery of an electric car in Europe usually includes a Type 2 charging cable that can be used for charging at a public charging station or wallbox with a socket, as well as a so-called emergency power cable with a Type F plug for the standard 230 V power outlet. You can use this emergency power cable to charge your electric car (or PHEV) in your garage at home. But should you really do that? There are several reasons why you shouldn't.