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Load management of charging infrastructure

Intelligent energy management with dynamic load distribution

Load management for charging infrastructure offers operators of charging solutions numerous advantages:

  • Existing grid connection capacities can be utilized optimally

  • Expensive peak loads are avoided, including the load consumption of home consumers & producers

  • Additional charging infrastructure can be added at any time due to modular design

Load management for e-mobility charging solutions in action

Innovative companies rely on SMATRICS for the efficient energy & load management of charging infrastructure

Efficient power measurement & dynamic load balancing

Energy meters enable bidirectional power measurement directly at the measuring point - precise, continuous and in real time.

The power distribution is dynamically adapted to the respective power requirement:

  • If there is sufficient power, vehicles are charged with maximum power.
  • If less power is available, the charging system reduces the power.

The phasing of the charges thus avoids unbalanced loads and intelligently distributes the energy.

Intelligent load management briefly explained

Ronald Lausch, CSO SMATRICS, on the advantages of intelligent load management (in German):

Ronald Lausch erklärt Lastmanagement

Frequently asked questions about load management

You can find more information about our software solutions and e-mobility services in our B2B-FAQs.

Depending on the selected hardware, the available power can either be distributed over up to 40 or up to 200 charging points. These charging points can in turn be grouped into up to 15 charging groups/clusters. In this way you can easily and efficiently replicate the actual building installation.

Yes, you can set individual load limits for each cluster separately.

With the dynamic load management from SMATRICS you can create up to 15 groups of charging points.

The EM420 from TQ is used as energy meter.

Various versions of the KEBA M20 are used as the controller.

Yes, other (large) consumers can have a major impact on the charging capacity of charging infrastructure.

If the power available at the measuring point is not sufficient to operate all charging points at the minimum value (6 A per phase / 4.2 kW), charging is paused on a rotating basis at individual charging points.

In the event of connectivity problems between the wall boxes, the power of each charging point is automatically reduced to the minimum value, provided that the total available power covers this. In order not to exceed the available power, some charging points are otherwise regulated to 0 A.

Other software solutions for e-mobility

SMATRICS offers intelligent software solutions for all areas of electromobility

Get in touch

Are you interested in a tailor-made solution for dynamic load management?

 We are happy to advise & assist you:

Who will charge at your charging stations?
Guests and/or customers
Company & fleet vehicles (without billing)
Employees with a private e-car (billed by kWh)
Car park tenants (charged according to kWh)
Which and how many charging stations do you want to install?
AC (normal charger up to 22 kW): 5-10 charging points
AC (normal charger up to 22 kW): over 10 charging points
DC (fast chargers from 50 kW): From 1 charging station
Unclear yet
Who should install the charging stations?
My electrical service provider will carry out the entire installation of the charging stations.
My electrical service provider will carry out the pre-installation and SMATRICS will install and connect the charging stations.
SMATRICS will take full responsibility for the installation of the charging stations.
Is not yet defined / Is still unclear.
How many charging stations have you already installed?
Over 50
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