The next generation of the award-winning VersiCharge AC electric vehicle chargers is now available! The VersiCharge AC series, in its 3rd generation, is the result of continuous development and improvement of EV chargers for nearly ten years. This state-of-the-art product matches the needs and expectations of today's growing demand for fast, safe and efficient eMobility solutions.
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Siemens VersiCharge AC Series is perfect for any application
VersiCharge AC chargers provide numerous communication interfaces and can be connected to various backend systems. Thanks to its Modbus interface, VersiCharge AC chargers can directly interact with building management systems such as Siemens Desigo for dynamic load management. Through its parent-child configuration the chargers are scalable, while at the same time reduce the investment and operational cost. Compatibility with all common EVs and applicable charging standards, ease of use, and comfort functions, such as delayed and planned charging, ensure a high degree of customer convenience.
Benefits & features
Fit for all parking applications
Choosing your set up
VersiCharge AC chargers are providing numerous communication interfaces and an easily scalable parent-child configuration.
Child units can be connected to the local network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet and can communicate with a a parent unit. This central communication interface to OCPP backends provide additional communication capability via LTE, WCDMA (SIM card necessary).
Thanks to its Modbus interface, VersiCharge AC chargers can directly interact with building management systems such as Siemens Desigo for dynamic load management.
Various VersiCharge configurations are available to best fit the needs of the various charging locations.
The residential chargers are provided with a power plug option. An easy to use Mobile App allows commissioning and monitoring of both residential and commercial chargers
The VersiCharge comes with a 15118 ready hardware and provides load management via OCPP or via Modbus.
Further, an ANSI C12.20 metering option reports an accurate measurement of delivered electricity.
During installation, a switch allows to limit the maximum power to either 2.8 kW, 3.8 kW, 5.8 kW,7.7kW, 9.6 or 11.5 kW.