KEBA was the test winner for wall boxes up to 4.6 kW. The ADAC particularly emphasized the simple operation and reliability as well as the integrated DC fault current detection, which makes an expensive FI type B superfluous.
Gerhard Wimmer, Sales Electric Mobility at KEBA, on the test results: "We are extremely pleased with this positive test result from the ADAC and ÖAMTC, which confirms our many years of work, experience and know-how in this field. The result shows that our Wallbox KeContact P30 is a reliable system component for the intuitive, simple charging of electric vehicles".
Here you can find more recent test reports on KEBA wallboxes:
ADAC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30
ÖAMTC seal of approval for KEBA's KeContact P30
Excess PV Charging – What does that mean?
Installing photovoltaic (PV) solar panels on your roof allows you to generate not only power for your home or the grid. Solar electric energy can also go directly to your electric vehicle - and thereby significantly shorten the amortisation period of a PV system by reducing charging costs. We explain what excess PV charging is exactly and how it works.
KEBA at EVS 32 in Lyon
We at KEBA are convinced that the future of electromobility lies in smart charging stations. Our wall boxes are capable of not only charging, but also controlling, communicating and networking. Experience this first hand at the leading trade fair for electromobility, EVS 32, in Lyon, France. Come visit us at Booth C13 on May 19-22.
Trade Fair “ZANDER TRIFFT...” in the VELTINS Arena
In a location where normally top-class football teams or legendary music bands inspire thousands of people, the Zander Group invites you to a trade fair event of a special kind. KEBA will be presenting new products from the world of electric mobility from 22 to 23 March in one of the world's largest football stadiums - the VELTINS Arena in Gelsenkirchen.