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- Equalizer optimizes the entire charging system against the intake in the building
- Provides load balancing on several protection levels and can communicate with several master units (current courses)
- Communicates with the charging station(s) via EaseeLink™ radio frequency or built-in WiFi
- Supplied with current transformers of up to XA which are attached over the power cables- for measuring consumption
- Easily attaches to a fuse box with its built-in magnets
- Plug & Play -1 click setup when the Equalizer is used with the Easee charging station
- Simply connects to the HAN port on your AMS meter
Equalizer Charge gives you the ability for dynamic load control/ balancing of your main fuse. The Equalizer (device) reads the electricity consumption in the house in real time and will automatically adjust the charging of the car(s) according to how much electricity is available in the house. This means that you can use all available electricity to your electric car charging when the power consumption in the house is low. This feature is extremely practical when you have a small main fuse, or if there is limited power capacity caused by other factors in the home that draw a lot of electricity.
The Equalizer makes it easy for you to monitor the energy consumption in the house and choose the right time to charge when electricity is cheapest, or when solar energy is available from solar panels.
Easee Equalizer is a small an light-weight sensor which fits in most places
Easee App- Use the Equalizer to monitor the electricity consumption in the home, cabin or building via the Easee App
The Equalizer simply connects to HAN port on your AMS power meter. With an easy 1-click configuration, the Equalizer communicates with the charging robot(s), via EaseeLink™ radio frequency or WiFi. The range of Radio RF is approximately 30-50 meters- dependent upon location and the building. It is developed and produced in Norway and is 100% compatible with AMS- power meters in Norway, and partially in Sweden. It attaches easily to the inside of your fuse box cabinet with its built-in magnets.
Smart power management
The Equalizer ensures your car(s) charging occurs at the most suitable time, (e.g. when the demand for power for other devices/ products is low in the home/building). Easee Link™ makes certain that the automatic dynamic load balancing continues to operate if the connection to the cloud is lost, or if there should be a problem with your wireless network.
Placement of the Easee Equalizer
Placement of the Easee Equalizer- Alternative 1
Inside the fuse box- the majority uses this solution, and it works just fine as long as it is possible to make contact with the charging robot(s). This provides feedback on the Easee App.
Placement of Easee Equalizer- Alternative 2
If it is not possible to establish contact, the Equalizer must be moved out of the fuse box! The Equalizer has built-in magnets, which make it possible to easily place on the magnetic door of the fuse box.
Placement of Easee Equalizer- Alternative 3
If there is still no connection, the Equalizer must be placed closer to the charging station. This can be done by using the "wall mounting disk". As seen in the image, it is placed above the fuse box to illustrate mounting on the wall. Although it is till close to the fuse box, it can be a a good option, as it will be easier to get in and out of the fuse box without worrying about the wire. An RJ-45 extension cable can also be used to place the Equalizer closer to the charging station.
Super simple installation- Pair, plug & play
(1) Hold the Equalizer over the light strip on your Easee charging box to pair the device (Equalizer) with the charging station. This sends Wifi information to your Equalizer using Easee Pairing™ (the Easee Charging Robot should beep and flash green one time)
(2) Connect the Equalizer to the HAN port on your AMS power meter. It will automatically connect itself to the same WiFi network as your charging station and begin to send real-time data to your charging station and Easee App. The HAN port must be opened in order for the Equalizer to receive incoming data. This is done by contacting your network company. The procedure with the various network owners can be found here- her.
What is a HAN port?
Home Area Network (HAN) is a separate physical output (port) on your new automatic power meter (AMS-meter) in your fuse box. On these power meters, there is a so-called HAN port which you can activate if the network company has enabled it. This port can give you detailed information about your power consumption. The Easee Equalizer is compatible with all new AMS power meters in Norway with a HAN port.
Where can I find the HAN port on the various smart meters?
There are mainly three different AMS/ Smart meters that are used in Norway. Below we have marked (red ring) where the HAN port is normally found on these three different models. Note that these different models and power meter images may differ from the exact model you may have.
According to regulations on electrical equipment §21, we are obliged to inform our customers that all electrical equipment intended to be part of a fixed electrical installation can only be installed by authorized and registered installation company installasjonsvirksomhet.
|Function||Automatic load balancing between the charging robots and the building/ main fuse|
|Measurements||131 x 131 x 39 mm (LxWxD)|
|Cable Length||1,5 meters|
|Connection||RJ 45 LAN - HAN port (Home Area Network)|
|Power Supply||Via HAN port|
|Wireless Connection||Wi-Fi / Radio RF (range of 30-50 meters depending on conditions)|
|Standards and Approval||Radio Equipment Directive 2014/ 53/EU
ROHS directive 2011 /65/EU
Questions and Answers
AMS Meters in Norway
Is the Equalizer suitable for all AMS power meters in Norway?
Yes, it is suitable for all Norwegian AMS power meters.
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