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E-mobility:The sun in the tank

Integrate the e-car charging station in the energy management of your Smart Home

Using the Smart Home applications, drivers can utilize the self-produced electricity for their electric car.What’s more:the e-Mobility charging station can be connected to the intelligent networked home automation.When you leave the house and get into the car, you can be sure that you will drive off with a sufficiently charged battery.The e-Mobility charging station, integrated in the energy and building management of the Smart Home, makes it possible.
myGEKKO’s charging station
myGEKKO’s charging station can be easily integrated in the energy management.
“The current produced with the PV system can be used without problems for the e-Mobility charging station”, explains Hartwig Weidacher, CEO of myGEKKO | Ekon GmbH.But only when the charging station is connected to the energy management of the building, it is possible to get the most out of the available energy resources and the possible additional features for the communication of the charge status or the current supply.

House and car communicate with each other

“Using a central intelligent controller, as the myGEKKO Slide, the user can create rules for the charging management or homecoming scenarios”, says Weidacher.When you connect the car to the charging station, the battery receives exactly the previously defined quantity of energy.In alternative, the current of the PV system can be used for other electronic appliances such as the washing machine or the dryer.The central controller is the device manager.The Slide distributes the sustainable energy according to customized rules and ensures an efficient and cost saving charging management and building automation.
In addition, the connection of the car to the charging station when you return home can activate other predefined comfort actions in the Smart Home:start lighting scenarios, play the programmed music, turn on the coffee machine or open the blinds.

The Smart Home user can monitor the charging status of the e-car at any time on the display of the central controller or via app on tablet or smartphone and perform changes if necessary.Weather and current production:At the same time, in combination with the weather forecast the central controller creates a prediction for the energy production of the photovoltaic system for the following days.The electricity flow is regulated automatically, and the car receives exactly the assigned quantity of energy it needs to be ready for the planned drives.Concretely:When the energy produced by the PV system exceeds the current needed for the household appliances, the surplus is supplied to the car battery.This way the energy surplus can be used efficiently.When the weather is bad and the photovoltaic plant produces less, the electricity for the e-car is picked from the other household appliances or, if necessary, from the electricity grid.The e-car is always ready to start.
 
 
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