|Frequency (Input)||50 Hz|
|Mains supply types||TT / TN / IT|
|Grid connection||5-pin cable / 200 cm including neutral conductor|
|Nominal voltage||230 V (1-phase) / 400 V (3-phase)|
|Nominal current (configurable)||6-32A 1-phase or 3-phase|
|Charging socket||Type 2 infrastructure socket with mechanical lock|
|Residual current device||20 mA AC, 6 mA DC|
|Supply line cable cross-section||6 mm²|
|Maximum charging power||22 kW|
|Weight incl. packaging||3,46 kg|
|Protection class||IP 55|
|Installation||Indoors or outdoors|
|Ambient temperature range||-25 °C to +40 °C (without direct sunlight)|
|Humidity||5 % – 95%|
|Max. altitude||2000 m|
|PV optimisation||Dynamic PV surplus charging from 1.38-22 kW (automatic 1-/3-phase switching)|
|Type of installation||Hanging upright|
|Average ambient temperature over 24 hours||Max. 35° C|
Designed to move.
The Fronius Wattpilot is the electric car charger that always provides the cheapest charging. Not only can it be connected to your own PV system to charge your vehicle with your self-generated solar power – the Fronius Wattpilot always seeks out and charges at the lowest price when used in combination with variable electricity tariffs.
The Fronius Wattpilot comes in two versions and the 11 kW and 22 kW power categories: Home – the fitted charger for use at home – and Go, the transportable solution for when you’re on the road. The charger can be operated with ease via the Solar.wattpilot app, which also allows you to choose between Eco and Next Trip mode.