Dynamic load management lowers costs and improves the customer experience
EV drivers want their vehicles to charge faster, especially in public and semi-public scenarios. EV charging service providers also want to lower their electricity costs. Our unique dynamic load balancing meets these two goals by constantly monitoring and allocating the current feed across your charging points.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR NETWORK. TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR OPEX COSTS.
Chago dynamic load management assigns the maximum load for each charging station based on the maximum available power – automatically, based on your defined rules. Chago EV Cloud makes it easy to monitor and define load management, alongside network and user management.
Dynamic load management is available as option in our Chago Standard and Premium service packages:
- Standard Service: the customer manages the network and dynamic load balancing
- Premium Service: Chago manages the network and dynamic load balancing for the customer
LOWER EV CHARGING COSTS
Our cloud-based dynamic load management makes it possible to limit capacity during times with peak electricity costs and add capacity at times of low electricity cost, such as at night. You can also have several different charging points installed with a shared load, even if there is not the maximum electricity supply available.
LOWER EV CHARGING MAINTENANCE COSTS
Usage and available power is constantly monitored. The charging current for each charging station can be altered separately. This prevents burnt out fuses while still getting maximum benefit from the available power feed on site. Our remote management software also includes other preventive maintenance features, such as performance and operating temperature monitoring.
FASTER EV CHARGING
The Chago system includes EV charging station groups that can be easily configured with a defined maximum current for the group. Dynamic load management then automatically monitors the current consumption of the whole group and alters the charging parameters for each of the charging stations as stations are in use.