Collective installations require joint control of the power demands of all chargers operating in each location, as well as management of the use made of the chargers by each of the authorised users. With the LITE Uno and LITE Kubo chargers, charging a group of vehicles can be optimised to enable optimisation of the community’s electrical installation and of the electricity supply contract.
Groups of chargers- Collective installations
Power management in groups of chargers
How does power control work in collective installations?
There are two modes: Static control y Dynamic control
Static control: The group of chargers optimises the distribution of an established amount of static (fixed) power within the group configuration according to the individual consumption of each charger.
Dynamic control: The group of chargers optimises distribution of the available power according to the individual consumption of each charger, the other consumptions of the location, and to the contracted power.