Zappi Charger - Eco-Smart Charging Station
For Electric Vehicles
zappi is an EV charger with a difference. Not only does it operate as a traditional EV charger, it can also charge your EV using 100% FREE energy generated from your Solar PV or wind generation. Here’s the SMART bit. Zappi charger can charge for FREE using your PV during the day and be set to charge at the most economical times at night if you have preferred economy rates from your energy provider. All controllable by the myenergi APP. No PV? No Problem!! If you don’t have a PV system, zappi can still operate like an ordinary EV charging station importing from the grid. You can always add your solar/wind system later.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does A Zappi Cost?
Zappi chargers are eligible for the OLEV grant which can help bring the overall price of the zappi down by a considerable amount. Zappi charging points can cost between £500 and £1000 however with the olev government scheme the price can be reduced by up to £350. Some people may think the zappi charger is a lot of money when you can purchase chargers for slightly cheaper, however, you get value for money when it comes to zappi and spending a little extra is well worth the benefits available to you.
How Do EV Chargers Work?
Zappi is a smart device that works by using your own self- sufficient energy from your solar system and battery storage device to enable charging to your electric vehicle. The zappi charger operates with three modes included fast mode eco mode and eco+ mode. The zappi ev charger can go between all 3 modes to help maximise efficiency for what you require.
Is A Zappi Charger Right For Me?
If you have solar panels, you can use any surplus energy you generate to charge your vehicle, as oppose to sending it back to the grid. Zappi chargers give you the freedom to be in control of the energy your household is generating and make use of it with a positive impact on the environment. Zappi’s are particularly useful for people looking to charge their electric vehicles economically at fast charging speed. With zappi, you can charge your vehicle overnight leaving your car ready for a busy day ahead without the need to refuel in the day.
How Long Will My Zappi Charger Last?
Zappi chargers have a lifetime warranty of 3 years. This doesn’t, however, mean that once your zappi charger reaches the end of its 3-year warranty it will stop working but it does, however, mean it is no longer under the promised period where repairs are guaranteed. Despite this many homeowners have no trouble using their zappi charger efficiently even after its 3-year warranty life has come to an end. Many people experience products that are no longer effective after that warranty period is up, however, zappi chargers often shock customers with how robust and long they can live if looked after which is why we're proud to sell top of the market prpoducts like Zappi chargers.
Should I Charge My Electric Car Every Night?
The majority of vehicle owners don’t need to charge their electric vehicle every night. However, your vehicle is personal to your schedule and therefore, only you know whether it's necessary to recharge your vehicle every day. An owner who doesn’t use their vehicle for long and regular journeys day in day out could go days without charging because the amount of fuel one top-up provides should be enough for this, however, others that use their vehicle to drive to different locations all day long or typically venture across the country for meetings will need to charge their vehicle a lot more regularly to accommodate this. By working out how many miles you drive on average day to day means you'll have a good idea as to how often your vehicle will need recharging.
Is It Safe To Charge An Electric Car In The Rain?
Using your zappi charger to refuel your electric vehicle is just the same in the rain. People often think that because water and electricity can cause issues that charging your EV in the rain wouldn’t be viable or safe but that’s not the case. Ev chargers are perfectly safe to use in weather conditions such as heavy rain because zappi charging devices are constructed with various layers so poor weather won't affect their efficiency and more importantly they won’t electrocute anybody.
How Long Will It Take To Charge My EV With A Zappi?
Your EV charging time can vary depending on the amount of charge your vehicle requires. Charging time can take as little as half an hour but could also take over 10 hours. On average an electric car takes just over 8 hours to fully charge from empty. However, this charging time can differ depending on the chargers speed, zappi’s charge quickly and efficiently. Quick chargers can give you 100+ miles with just 30 minutes of charging time much like the zappi these products are perfect for last-minute and unexpected journeys where you don’t have time to spend hours refuelling. Charging time is also determined by the capacity of your EV. For instance, if your electric vehicles capacity is 3.5kwh or 7kwh using an EV charger with 18kwh won't speed up your charging time and the same If your vehicle has a high capacity but your EV charger has a lower capacity. This is because your vehicle can only perform to the maximum charging speed your EV accepts.
Are Zappi Chargers A Good Investment?
Zappi’s work by using excess energy from solar systems to fuel electric vehicles. They’re an intelligent way of helping the environment whilst giving customer benefits at the same time. Zappi chargers are top of the range products that co cooperate with my energi hub too communicate their app. The Zappi EV charger has an outstanding reputation for being a reliable and efficient device that can be installed at a competitive price.
Available As 7kW Single Phase & 22kW 3-Phase
- Programmable timer function
- Dynamic load balancing for maximum installation flexibility
- Pin-code lock function
- Tap operated display back light
- Built-in RCD protection
- Integral cable holster
- Charge and event logging
- Remote control and monitoring add-on option
- Supplied with clip-on grid current sensor
- X3 charging modes: eco, eco+ and fast
- Optimises micro generation self-consumption
- 18th edition ready
- Available in 7kW or 22kW (3-phase)
- OLEV (Home Scheme) Approved – Hub device required
- 3 year warranty
|Rated Power||7kW (1-ph) or 22kW(3-ph)|
|Rated Supply Voltage||230V AC Single Phase or 400V AC 3-phase (+/-10%)|
|Supply Frequency||50 Hz|
|Rated Current||32A max|
|Standby Power Consumption||3W|
|Earth Leakage Protection Integral||30mA Type A RCD (EN 61008) + 6mA DC protection (EN 62955)|
|Economy Tariff Sense||Input 230V AC sensing (4.0kV isolated)|
|Wireless Interface||868 MHz (proprietary protocol) for wireless sensor and remote monitoring options|
|Grid Current Sensor||100A max, primary current 16mm max, cable diameter|
|Cable Entry||Rear, bottom or side|
|Enclosure Dimensions||439 x 282 x 122|
|Protection Degree||IP65 (weatherproof)|
|Operating Temperature||-25°C to +40°C|
|Circuit Breaker||40A curve B (2-pole 1-ph or 4-pole 3-ph|
|Earthing Arrangement||can be connected to the PME supply. Complies with BS 7671:2018. 722.411 (iii)|
|TT||earth resistance <200 Ω according to BS 7671:2018, or < 100 Ω for some vehicles|