FIMER FLEXA AC Wallbox Future Net EV charger
As part of the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s strategy to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs), it recently announced a $20 million grant program to deliver up to 3500 EV chargers in regional NSW. The co-funded grants can range from $2000 to $40,000 per site for EV chargers across regional NSW, with up to 75% of the grant available to go towards the cost of the charger and installation costs.
The FIMER FLEXA AC Wallbox Future Net EV charger has been listed on the approved charger list for organisations looking to receive a grant from the NSW Government to install and manage a public EV charger.
Designed and manufactured in Italy, the charger is available in either single phase or three phase, with power ratings of 3.7, 7.4, 11 and 22 kW, with a Type 2 cord or socket version.
The Future Net model’s case is made from 100% recycled plastic and has advanced communication functionality, including 3G/4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, RS485 and ethernet connectivity.
The charger is compatible with OCPP, 1.6 Json communication protocol, enabling integration into third-party payment management software such as Everty and Chargefox.
Installation is easy as wall-mounted or mounted on a dedicated stand. If the site has multiple charging points, they can be configured to a master/slave arrangement and manage the load protocols to ensure the system is performing at its best 24/7.
The system has been designed to meet IK08 and IP55 standards, and constructed to be tamper-proof with backup functionality via SuperCap in case of a power loss.
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