Ev-charging technologies

We have implemented all the latest technologies that allow you to keep your charger in optimal condition and earn more.
Open Charge Point Protocol
Open Charge Point Protocol is an open protocol for communication between the charging station and the management server. We support all OCPP versions
OCPP 1.2-1.5 are some of the first protocol versions used
in the charging stations released before 2017.
OCPP 1.6 SOAP is an updated version of the protocol 1.5
OCPP 1.6 Json is the protocol version that uses a websocket connection to the charging station, which does not require the public white IP address of the electric vehicle charging station.
OCPP 2.0 is the latest version of the protocol used in new charging stations.
Load balancer
Dynamic load balancing makes it possible to safely balance the energy usage between the station, the car and other electrical appliances
This will allow to make the most efficient use of all available power and free you from having to retool the network.
Billing and API tariff
Unified billing and API tariff classification for accepting payments from popular banks
The system is integrated with most popular banks, and we can also set up payment acceptance from charging stations directly to your bank.

- Payment for the used kWh
- Linking payment to the time of charge
- Linking tariffs to the station types
- Change of tariffs plans based on the location of the station
- Linking cost to the time of day
- Individual cost of "downtime" and station booking
- Setting tariffs for station groups or for individual charging stations
- Tariff classification by time and consumption
- Promotional days
Communication controller for electric vehicles
EVCC is a key component that supports communication between an electric vehicle and a charger for fast charging EVCC is a gateway for the mutual exchange of information between an external charger and a vehicle engine control unit (ECU).
Communication controller for electric vehicles
Different electric vehicles may have different charging requirements in terms of charging power, charging time, DC and AC charging. Therefore, several standards have been created to regulate the EV-EVSE interface, which help to automatically detect the vehicle and its technical features to regulate the charging process of the electric vehicle.
ModBus Protocol
Open communication protocol based on Master-Slave architecture. MODBUS Protocol © is a messaging framework widely used to establish master-slave communication between intelligent devices
A MODBUS message sent from the master to the slave contains the address of the slave, the “command” (e.g. “read register” or “write register”), the data, and a checksum (LRC or CRC).

Since the Modbus protocol is just a messaging framework, it is independent of the underlying physical layer. It is traditionally implemented using RS232, RS422 or RS485.