WE INSTALL ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING POINTS
RSH Electrical Ltd can install an electric vehicle charging points in Southend and Basildon area’s at your home or business. As you can see from the correct installation process below this can be a complex and lengthy process which needs to be completed by a competent approved engineer or company with the correct test equipment, we use the Megger MFT 1741 + and the EVCA210-UK.
- Site survey/assessment
- Check list/risk assessment for simultaneous conditions annex B IET
- Type of preferred charger and charge rate/charge mode
- Type of car to be connected to the EV
- Connectivity to internet/router
- Load sharing requirements
- Applications to DNO (District Network Operator) UK Power networks
- Power assessment/max demand assessment as required under IET code of practice
- Grant application from OZEV
- Completion of EIC Electrical Installation Certificate
- Completion of part P of building regulations 2005
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OZEV APPROVED INSTALLERS
Currently we will be installing the following brands of Electric Vehicle Charging Points although the market will continue to advance with new chargers.
Zappi 7.0 Kw
Tesla 7.0 Kw
Easee 7.4 Kw
RSH Electrical Ltd are OZEV Approved Installers ref: EVHS9554 for home Electric Vehicle Charging Points and WCS9554 for workplace installations. The government grant for domestic chargers up to a maximum of £350 has now finished from 31st March 2022. But this only applies to single-unit properties such as bungalows and detached, semi-detached or terraced housing. Flats and rented accommodation the grant will remain open which we can claim on your behalf. We will carry out a free survey of your property to establish/advise the best options for you based on the outcome of the application to the DNO cable runs and power requirements/connectivity.
MAIN TYPES OF PLUGS USED
Type 2 plugs are the most used and we believe are the best option, but the type of plug you use depends which vehicle you have
Both types of plug can charge up to 32 amps but the type 2 plug also allows for 3 phase charging if your installation has this option. This enables faster charging in some situations unlikely in domestic houses.
Type 2 plug 32 Amp
Home charge single phase and three phase
Type 1 plug 16 Amp
Single phase only
CHAdeMo 400 Amp
Motorway super charge
Not home charger