Separate RFID tags? Connecting to wi-fi? There’s no need for any of that hassle. Innohome Charlie charging station is your reliable partner for everyday charging.

Plug in and charge. It really is that simple. Innohome Charlie charging stations are designed to make charging your EV easy while keeping it fast and safe.

“Our vision was to make a charging station that truly benefits the user. It should be very simple and easy to use but allow room for some customisation too, all while maintaining high standards and affordable prices,” says R&D director Riku Roine from Innohome.

The simple charging station is always ready for use and although it can be managed with different applications, it isn’t dependent on any kind of network. We all know how much the tiniest connection errors affect todays world. No bank access, no streaming your favourite series, and the list goes on. Innohome Charlie charges your car regardless of the network conditions.

Seamless cooperation for maximum ease

For the sake of simplicity, you can use the charger as is. It’s perfect for busy life: Just like you’d charge your phone or wireless earbuds, no need to worry about anything. Just plug in and charge. That’s all you really need.

For those who like having options, it is easy to manage the important functions like charging rate and time or utilise cheaper electricity using the app from your EV manufacturer, electricity company, or a third party like Tibber or Gridio. Innohome Charlie goes seamlessly together with different vehicles and applications.

Safe charging with Innohome Charlie

EVs need high power to charge, which makes safety a big factor in their charging and charging products. Innohome Charlie charging stations have been designed with safety in mind, and you can charge worry-free at any time of day.

“Our background is in fire safety and specifically in preventive solutions against electrical fires, so we really know how to make it safe,” says Roine.

Innohome Charlie charging stations have a built-in 6mA DC residual-current monitor, which in addition requires a Type-A residual-current device on the supply side, as described in our installation instructions. Together, these both cover the safety requirements for DC and AC residual-current protection.

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