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Load sharing EVSEs


Active Member
Apr 6, 2013
Tokyo, Japan
Hi, I know Tesla Wall Connector offers load sharing among up to four units, and also there are products out there from Clipper Creek and WattZilla. However when it comes to billing both products lack universal solutions. It seems for Clipper Creek units I have to build my own hardware, and for WattZilla it seems to work with Nayax units but it is highly integrated and we need to modify Nayax microcode to make it work in Japan.

My question is - there are a lot of single unit AC EVSEs with Open Charging Point Protocol (OCPP) but I'd like to know multi-cable (like two cables with one unit), OCPP compliant, load sharing EVSEs. Somehow I remember somebody mentioned a norwegian company makes one but I couldn't recall its name.

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