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Dynamic Load Management

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Load management for maximum charging experience

Electric vehicles are getting more popular and charging sites will have more chargers, especially in parking lots. In order to ensure excellent customer experience dynamic load management (DLM) is required.

 eMabler's cloud-based DLM also protects the electric system's limitations in multi-level and can be connected with external systems and meters.
 
MANUFACTURER INDEPENDENT DLM
Expanding sites is easier as you don’t need to stick to one charge point manufacturer.
 
EASY INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
Configuration is done remotely on our Charge Point Management System (CPMS).
 
CONNECT EXTERNAL INPUTS
Integrate other metering values into the load management to alter dynamically sites' max current.
 
MULTI-LEVEL DLM SETUP
You can specify multilevel hierarchies on your load management setup.
 
FAIL-SAFE SYSTEM
Should the connection with the cloud be lost there are fall-back parameters to protect the fuses.
 
ROUND ROBIN
Circulate the charging cycle between vehicles in high dense locations for a better user experience.
 
How it works

Dynamic Load Management

The basic idea of load management in electric vehicle charging is to install charge points so that the feeding cable from the nearest distribution cabinet to the charge point is sized with the rated current of the charge point. Then you set up a system that has a limit value of the distribution cabinets maximum current. 

 

The load management system monitors that if there are several vehicles connected simultaneously to this system the maximum individual charge point current is limited so that the sum of active current from these charge points won’t exceed the threshold of the distribution cabinet.  

How to set up

Cloud Dynamic Load Management

Chargers are installed on-site and connected to eMabler system with our Charge Point Management System
Load Management setup is done for the site on the eMabler CPMS system either thru its UI or APIs:
1
Install & Connect chargers
Install chargers and make note of the electrical groups and their fuse sizes, connect them to eMabler.
2
Create load management group
A load management group can be created by setting the site current limit, default current,  electricity network type (TN / IT) and then adding chargers.
3
Optional: Add energy meter
By now your load management group already works, but for sites with other electrical loads an external meter is essential to ensure the fuse size is not exceeded.

What problems our
Charge Point
Management System solves?

DLMHow to operate large scale EV charging sites?
Our state of art cloud-based Dynamic Load Management ensures fuses don't trip even when other loads are present.
How to manage drivers, chargers and sites?
The system has an easy to access user interface to manage services and networks.

Scale your EV charging service!

The eMabler Charge Point Management System has APIs to meet the needs of large EV charging hubs. APIs can be used to connect with the client base and business systems.

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