Updated by Leah
1. Standard connection diagram
The Climkit Mobility system consists of the installation of intelligent charging stations which communicate with the Climkit Gateway via the OCPP protocol.
Thanks to this communication and the installation of continuously read meters, the Gateway Climkit can regulate the available power allocated to the terminals and also manage the access of users who identify themselves via RFID badges.
2. Connection diagram - A parking lot and several introductions
When there are several network introductions available for the same car park, each flat cable departure (63A) is taken from each of the introductions.
Only one 4G gateway and router are required. The control meters for power regulation are connected to the gateway via an RS485 or IP-ethernet bus using RS485-Ethernet converters.
In the diagram below, there are 2 flat cable outlets taken behind the commons meter of each building.
3. Flat cable in collective car parks
For small installations, the few terminals can be connected individually to the building's electrical panel and connected via Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
However, for larger car parks, it is recommended to install a flat cable in order to bring electricity to each parking space and thus facilitate the installation of a charging station as residents wish. equip yourself.
This is what level C1 of SIA 2060 recommends.
The cable is attached directly with clamps to the wall or ceiling.
Thanks to the IP65 insulation-piercing junction boxes, the terminals are then easily connected without cutting or stripping the cable.
The flat cable is supplied via an LS 3P+N circuit breaker of max 63A from the electrical panel (supplied by the electrician installer).
Although the number of terminals per zone is unlimited, it is recommended not to connect more than 30.
Each terminal is then equipped with a type A FI from 16 (11 kW) to 32A (22kW) and connects to the management system via Wi-Fi.