Charging controllers

Charging controllers

Electric charging – safe and flexible

Our charging controllers can be used to operate any charging station – whether for private, semipublic or public use.

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Control and monitoring components from Phoenix Contact enable the setup of AC and DC charging stations and systems in accordance with current standards and requirements. Thanks to the extensive product range, a vast array of infrastructure concepts can be implemented to cater for the specific requirements of residential, commercial, and public applications.

Your advantages

  • Standard-compliant products for setting up your charging stations
  • Smart charging infrastructures using standardized communication protocols
  • Coordinated system blocks for your requirements
  • High flexibility, thanks to extensive configuration options

AC charging controllers

Charging controllers for AC applications  

Charging controllers for AC applications

The charging controllers from Phoenix Contact monitor and control the charging of electric vehicles in accordance with applicable international IEC, GB/T, and SAE standards and requirements. A suitable controller solution is available for every E-Mobility application.

Residual current monitoring

Modules for residual current monitoring of one or two charging points  

Single and two-channel module for residual current monitoring

Residual current monitoring modules detect AC and DC residual currents based on the requirements of IEC 62752. In combination with existing residual current devices, the modules increase the voltage protection level required by the standard when charging electric vehicles.


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Setting up a simple AC charging station

From the installation to the operational charging station.

Surge protection in charging stations

We have tested what happens when a wallbox gets an overvoltage.

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