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Solutions for e-mobility

E-mobility is one of the megatrends of the future. But even with all its benefits, e-mobility also brings a number of major challenges. When, where and how can I recharge my vehicle? Is sufficient electricity readily available? And what about the necessary infrastructure? At the moment, the answers to these questions are still hazy.

But TQ Automation has already developed approaches to meet these challenges, and presents an innovative solution for the problem of realizing an effective charging infrastructure on a large scale.

Operating charging stations at businesses, industrial sites and public facilities

What to do when suddenly all your employees drive to work in electric cars and want to charge them while they are at work? If a business wants to install multiple charging stations, the maximum power supply might be very quickly exceeded, resulting in blackouts for the entire property.

TQ products can guard against this outcome. Modern charging equipment with 22kW three-phase AC charging can be made available, provided the electric current is priority-controlled or supplied on the basis of prioritized electricity loads. B-control automation components do just that, by measuring and steering the flow of energy.

 

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The B-control Energy Manager can be effectively coupled with the B-control BA automation component. With the help of the B-studio configuration system it can then be programmed to fulfill the user’s individual requirements.

Charge management as part of load management

Charge management can be realized as part of a comprehensive energy management system, making it possible to integrate additional consumption factors such as climate control, production machinery, etc.

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Being prepared for the challenges of tomorrow that come up with e-mobility. The TQ-Automation product solutions.

  • Existing energy ist distributed to individual consumption points
  • The maximum possible supply can be allocated to charging without adversely affecting other needs. 
  • Priority control of all connected consumption points / charging stations
  • High connectivity (ModBus TCP, OCPP 1.6 interfaces for charging station management)
  • Connection to back-end by means of RFID

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