Gebauer Elektrotechnik opens charging park near the A6 motorway

Gebauer Elektrotechnik opens charging park near the A6 motorway

Gebauer Elektrotechnik has inaugurated its first public charging park near its headquarters in Bretzfeld-Schwabbach on the A6 motorway. The site includes ten AC charging points and uses the "smopi - Die Ladeschranklösung" (smopi - the charging cabinet solution) system from the company's in-house startup of the same name.

The charging park is equipped with parking sensors that detect which charging points are available. The maximum charging power is 22 kW per charging point. The special feature is that the grid connection has neither been extended nor reinforced, the initiators say. A load, charging and energy management system controls the optimal charging speed and thus contributes to the ideal utilization of the existing grid connection. E-car drivers receive all the important information via a display at the respective charging point, and the startup Smopi, which operates under the umbrella of Gebauer, also provides extensive billing services, according to its own information.

"We are convinced that we want to make electric mobility available to as many people as possible as quickly as possible. With the new charging park on the A6, we can now offer our customers simple and fast charging of their electric vehicles," explains Lukas Schlipf, who is responsible for the project. The basis of the new charging park is a charging cabinet solution, which is characterised by the fact that there is only one simple charging point at the car park. The charging cabinet, which contains all the technology, including intelligent load control, is located in a secure operating room and supplies several charging points.

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