Webasto Live

The intelligent Webasto Live charging station enables not only simple charging but also other smart functionalities such as back-end connectivity, local load management and integration into energy management systems.

Product Features

  • Scalable charging capacity up to 22 kW, choice of 4.5m or 7m cable length
  • For all electric cars and plug-in hybrids with type 2 connectors
  • MID-compliant meter for recording charges
  • Future-proof with software updates
  • Simple user authentication via RFID technology or Plug & Charge (ISO 15118)
  • Compatible with back-ends and external meters
  • Easy configuration using Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Local load management with up to 250 charging points
  • High quality manufacturing "Made in Germany"
  • Connectivity by Webasto: Smart additional functions through connection of any backend via OCPP. 1.6, for digital control of Webasto Live

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Dynamic Load Management

Webasto Live dynamic load management not only saves you money, it also helps you avoid peak loads and thus power outages. This is because it manages the phase-accurate control of the power load within a system. The total available power is adapted to the building's power consumption and the charging capacity is intelligently distributed to the connected electric cars. 

Key facts at a glance:

  • Efficient use of available energy and distribution between the charging stations
  • Central control of up to 250 charging points
  • Phase-accurate control: automatic phase detection at the start of the charging process
  • Avoiding peak energy loads prevents high costs 
  • Interfaces for connecting external meters
  • Numerous safety features such as overload protection and delayed switching on the wallbox following a power failure
  • Easy set up and control by using the Webasto Live configuration interface
  • Flexibility when adding more charging points as each charging station can be configured as a master or slave

Energy System Integration

Electricity and mobility will be connected in the future, because the installation of charging stations also means a new major consumer in the energy consumption of your building. An energy management system (EMS) can control all energy flows depending on the generation, consumption or battery storage and thus regulate the total load centrally. The Webasto Live charging station can be flexibly integrated into both commercial and private EMS thanks to its Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) and Modbus TCP communication interfaces. For example, excess power from the PV system can be used for the charging station.

Key facts at a glance:

  • Own power consumption monitoring and optimization
  • Intelligent charging with advanced power distribution
  • High cost savings by avoiding energy peak loads
  • PV-optimized charging
  • Demand-oriented control of multiple consumers
  • Interfaces for connecting external meters and software
  • Easy set up and control by using the Webasto Live configuration interface
  • Management of diverse EMS parameter for controlling self-generated energy
  • Compatible energy management systems: Beegy, Kiwigrid, TQ, Smart1, ChargePilot (TMH)

Technical Details

Electrical characteristics
Nominal current (A) (configurable connected load values)
16 or 32, 3-phase or single phase
Line voltage (V AC)
230 / 400 (Europe)
Grid frequency (Hz)
50
Grid forms
TN / TT / IT (only single phase)
EMV class
Emitted interference: Class B (residential, business, commercial areas); Immunity: Industrial areas
Overvoltage category
III as per EN 60664
Protection class
I
Protective devices
Country-specific residual current circuit breakers and circuit breakers must be provided for installation on site
Integrated power meter
MID-compliant, accuracy class B as per EN 50470-3 / class 1 as per IEC 62053-21
    • Mounting: Wall or stand mounting (permanently connected)
    • Cable feed: Mounted on-wall or in-wall
    • Connection cross section (wire dimension): Cross-section of the connecting cable (Cu) taking into account the local conditions and norms: 6 or 10 mm² for 16 A and 10 mm² for 32 A
    • Charging cable: Type 2 charging cable: up to 32 A / 400 VAC as per EN 62196-1 and EN 62196-2 Length: 4.5 m / 7 m – Integrated cable bracket
    • Output voltage (V AC): 230 / 400
    • Max. charging capacity (kW): 11 or 22 (depending on the variant)
    • Authentication:
      – RFID reader MIFARE DESFire EV1 and MIFARE Classic (ISO 14443 A / B)
      – “Plug & Charge” (ISO 15118)
    • Display: 8 RGB-LEDs, buzzer
    • Network interfaces:
      – LAN (RJ45) – 10 / 100 Base-TX
      – WLAN 802.11b/g - 54 Mbit/s
    • Mobile communications: Slot for SIM card (form factor 3FF / Micro-SIM), integrated 4G modem (LTE)
    • Firmware: Version 5.11
    • Communication protocols: OCPP 1.6, Modbus TCP
    • Other interfaces:
      – Modbus (RS485) (for reading external power meters)
      – USB 2.0 type A (for servicing only)
      – USB 2.0 type B (for servicing only)
    • Plug & Charge: ISO 15118-1, ISO 15118-2
    • Local charge management: Up to 250 charging points, dynamic, adjustment with no phase delay
    • Dimensions (W × H × D) (mm): 225 x 447 x 116
    • Weight (kg): 4,4 - 6,8 (depending on the variant)
    • IP protection class, device: IP54
    • Protection against mechanical impact: IK08
    • Operating temperature range (°C): -25 to +55 (without direct solar radiation)
    • Temperature behavior: A reduction in charging current or shutdown may occur in order to prevent the charging station overheating
    • Storage temperature range (°C): -25 to +70
    • Permissible relative humidity (%): 5 to 95 non-condensing
    • Altitude (m): Max. 2,000 above sea level
    • CE conformity– 2014/53/EU Radio Equipment Directive
    • 2011/65/EU RoHS Directive– 2001/95/EC General Product Safety
    • 2012/19/EU Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
    • 1907/2006 REACH Regulation

    Tested OCPP backends:
    Webasto, Allego, Chargecloud, Cleanergy, Driivz, E-Flux, Greenflux, has.to.be, Last Mile Solutions, Mobility+, Optimile, SAP e-Mobility, Smartlab Ladenetz, Virta

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