go-e shows at eMove360° charging technology of the next generation

From 15 to 17 October 2019, the e-mobility specialist go-e is going to present at eMove360° its latest charging and driving technology as well as new developments nearly ready for the market.

At the center of the go-e appearance at the international trade fair in Munich is the Europe-wide sales hit go-eCharger Home +. In addition to this mobile charging station for electric vehicles, the company is going to present the latest version of its ONwheel friction roller drive for the electrical retrofitting of bicycles. The trade fair visitors will also receive fresh information about the new developments go-eCharger PRO und go-eController. With these, the company launches a charging solution inter alia for garage operators and housing companies as well as a smart energy management for everyone.

go-eCharger Home+ with smart additional functions for flexible charging

The go-eCharger HOME+ is designed as an updateable high-end home charging station. Smart solutions such as photovoltaic surplus charging, electricity price exchange connection or load balancing are already integrated because of the standard built-in WLAN module and an open API. The go-eCharger Home+ can be even more conveniently controlled and monitored with the associated free app. In the case of a publicly accessible location of the charger (for example in the carport), also RFID chips can be used for access control. The Charger is compact, easy to mount and therefore also usable as a mobile charging station. Electric cars of all manufacturers can be charged with it.
With adapters, which are also available in the go-e product range, electric vehicles can be charged on almost any European power outlet.

go-eCharger PRO for professional use in parking garages and housing companies

The go-eCharger PRO is a stationary charger for public and semi-public parking areas. It is designed for professional use in multi-storey car parks and underground car parks, but can also be used in outdoor parking areas. All functions of the go-eCharger Home+ belong to the standard premium equipment plus additional professional functions. The charging process can be controlled, monitored and deducted by an individually customizable backend software. In addition, the charging box can be equipped with a calibrated meter, 5.5 inches touch display and fixed cable. A standard built-in ultrasonic sensor monitors the parking area and can send information via the standard OCPP. In addition to WLAN, data exchange is also possible via LAN or GSM.

go-eController: load balancing, energy management und photovoltaic surplus charging

The go-eController is an extension for intelligent energy management. The integrated load balancing monitors and regulates the total output of all connected electrical consumers in the building. This ensures efficient and safe energy distribution. Furthermore, surplus solar power of the own photovoltaic system can be specifically used. Depending on the available amount of electricity and the price of electricity, besides the go-eChargers, other smart devices can be switched on and off via the API and conventional bulk consumers via relays.

eMove360° visitors can personally try out the ONwheel friction roller drive for electrically assisted tailwind for the bike. The retrofit kit includes a powerful battery, latest SilentDrive technology, a 250 watt strong and 25 km/h fast engine. For countries with a higher permissible engine power and maximum speed, these can be adapted.

Fair visitors will receive additional information about charging and driving technology manufactured by go-e in hall A5 at booth no. 321 or on the Internet at www.go-e.co.

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