Components for your e-mobility charging stations

Request a consultation now

Are you a manufacturer, system integrator, or operator of charging infrastructure?
We will be happy to advise you.


Volkswagen ID. Buzz being charged at an HPC charging station with Phoenix Contact components

Innovative charging technology from a single source

Equip your charging points with CHARX from Phoenix Contact: As a component manufacturer, we supply all the equipment for your charging infrastructure – whether an AC home charger, DC fast charging station, or HPC charging park, whether in PCB, DIN rail, or 19" rack mounting. Our broad portfolio – from CCS charging cables through to load management – forms the basis for a high-performance charging network for electric cars.

Discover our broad portfolio Our products cover all functional areas of modern charging stations

Interactive image map: Charging technology product portfolio
Control and monitor
How do I optimally control and monitor the charging process?
To the products
Charge
How do I charge vehicles with total safety, and as quickly and gently as possible?
To the products
Power reliability
How do I reliably supply my charging station with power and protect it against failure?
To the products
Network and communicate
How do I network my charging station with the various stakeholders?
To the products
Install and mark
How do I optimize the installation steps for my charging station and ensure order and clarity?
To the products
Connectivity
How do I efficiently connect all the components of my charging station?
To the products

Pure e-mobility is a key factor on the path to the All Electric Society. A convenient and carbon-neutral charging process not only requires a fast charging network for electric vehicles, but also coupling with other sectors. With our high-performance and intelligent CHARX products, we will ready you for the e-mobility of the future – sustainable, networked, and practical.

Joachim Pucker, Senior Director Market Segment Infrastructure, Phoenix Contact E-Mobility GmbH
Joachim Pucker
Products for the functional area “Charge”

Charge

Our product recommendations for safe, fast, and convenient charging of electric vehicles in all everyday situations:

Products for the functional area “Control and monitor”

Control and monitor

Our product recommendations for optimal control of the charging process and monitoring of electrical parameters for safety and billing purposes:

Products for the functional area “Network and communicate”

Network and communicate

Our product recommendations for reliable and secure communication between your charging stations and users, operators, and backend providers:

Products for the functional area “Power reliability”

Power reliability

Our product recommendation to protect your charging stations against failure and to ensure a reliable power supply for 12 V and 24 V components:

Products for the functional area “Install and mark”

Install and mark

Our product recommendations for optimizing your installation steps and creating order and clarity in the charging station:

Person charging their Tesla electric car at a home charger using an NACS charging cable

NACS is coming – and we’re prepared The first NACS charging cables will be available in Q4/2024

The North American Charging Standard (NACS) is gaining momentum and will replace the CCS type 1 charging standard in the long term. NACS will therefore play a central role in the electrification of the transport sector and the ramp-up of charging infrastructure in North America.

As a specialist in e-mobility charging technology, we of course want to satisfy the changing requirements of our customers and therefore offer SAE-compliant and UL-certified NACS charging cables that meet the particularly high demands.

Find out more in the e-paper
The new e-mobility brochure
Discover our extensive charging technology portfolio for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure on over 160 pages. You can also find out everything you need to know about our company and learn the basic principles of charging technology.
View the e-paper
E-mobility brochure in printed form and as an e-paper on a tablet

Our current commercial spot

From a home charger to a fast charging park Our scalable portfolio allows you to realize any charging solution

Interactive image map: Landscape with typical fields of application for charging infrastructure
Companies
Charging opportunities for employees, guests, and the vehicle fleet require load management and are often integrated into the building and energy management system. The typical charging powers here are 22 kW AC and 150 kW DC. Operation is usually via a central terminal with user authorization. The billing of charging processes and remote maintenance of the charging stations can be implemented as an option.
Towns and municipalities
A comprehensive charging network in urban areas serves to reduce emissions and thus improve the quality of life. The typical charging powers here are 22 kW AC and 150 kW DC. User authorization, billing of charging processes, and remote maintenance of the charging points are required. A touch panel or buttons can be integrated into the charging stations for operation as an option.
Hotels, shops, and restaurants
Charging opportunities provide added value for guests and promote customer loyalty, especially if charging is offered free of charge. Due to the longer duration of their stay, charging is usually performed with 11 or 22 kW AC. For customers who are in a hurry, DC charging with, e.g., 50 kW can be offered as an option. A load management system is required in the case of multiple charging points. Various billing and remote maintenance options as well as integration into the building management system round out the charging solution.
Rental apartments
Charging stations for tenants usually offer 11 kW AC. So as not to overload the building connection, an energy management system is used in the case of multiple stations. Direct billing of individual charging processes is not necessary if the electricity consumed is read on separate energy meters and paid via the annual service charge settlement. To prevent electricity theft, however, it makes sense to restrict access or authorize users.
Private residential buildings
Home chargers for garages and carports usually charge with 11 kW AC. However, there is also a trend towards DC home chargers with 22 kW, which can use the direct current of a photovoltaic system with only minimal conversion losses. As an option, the home charger can be integrated into a smart home system to which the photovoltaic system and energy storage system are also connected. This enables intelligent, PV-optimized charging.
Parking lots and parking garages
There are several charging points in a small space and an operator terminal for user authorization. Charging is typically performed with 11 to 22 kW AC and optionally with DC. Functions such as dynamic load management, precise billing of charging processes, and the option of remote maintenance in the event of faults are essential for smooth operation. Integration into an energy management system also makes sense if there are other loads in the building or there is a photovoltaic system on the roof.
Vehicle fleets
When it comes to the fast charging of passenger, transport, and utility vehicles, the focus is on cost-effectiveness and thus the capacity utilization and tight scheduling of the vehicles. This requires short charging times and high charging powers of typically 22 kW AC and 400 kW DC. User authorization, load management, remote maintenance, and building integration are required for safe, reliable, and smart operation.
Fast charging parks, service stations, and rest areas
These public charging stations are usually located on highways and main transport hubs and offer High Power Charging (HPC) with up to 400 kW DC to enable fast onward travel after a few minutes of charging. Each charging station has its own screen for convenient operation. Authorization and billing are performed via an app, charge card, or credit card. Dynamic load management and remote diagnostics are essential for safe and reliable 24/7 operation.

With CHARX, our charging solutions can be used flexibly in different environments in charging parks. We can use it to offer our growing customer base a complete solution, from analysis, planning, and implementation, all the way to operation.

Jonas Elbroend and Piet Gömpel, Product Developers, GP Joule GmbH
Jonas Elbroend and Piet Gömpel from GP Joule
Fast charging enters a new dimension
High Power Charging
Charge for a driving range of 100 km in just 3 to 5 minutes: We are revolutionizing fast charging technology with our High Power Charging technology (HPC). Long charging times for electric vehicles are therefore a thing of the past. Learn more about how this technology works.
More information on High Power Charging
HPC charging park with electric vehicles
E-mobility customer meeting with 3D product view on a tablet

We will be happy to support you Our services and support services at a glance

  • Professional product selection and engineering consultation
  • Provision of practice-based example documentation for typical charging stations
  • Support for connection to backend, building management, and energy management systems
  • Support for grid integration and the use of renewable energies for environmentally friendly charging
  • Production of charging connectors and charging sockets with your logo – for the consistent branding of your charging stations
  • Preparation of the charging cable in accordance with your requirements – with a step cut, assembled, or compacted
  • Development of customer-specific solutions or new technologies if needed

Your personal contact person

For all queries regarding our products and solutions

Customer service
Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG
+49 5235-300
I will be happy to advise you on your charging infrastructure project.
Phoenix Contact E-Mobility GmbH headquarters in Schieder-Schwalenberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Phoenix Contact E-Mobility Your powerful and reliable partner

We have been the specialist for e-mobility charging technology within the Phoenix Contact Group since our founding in 2013. With more than 1,000 employees worldwide and 25 production lines over an area of 33,200 m², we offer more than 500 products for the development of a networked charging infrastructure and for the electrification of all types of vehicles. To do this, as an IATF-certified company, we meet the high requirements of the automotive industry.