BPE’s Liffey 22kW is designed to efficiently
and effectively charge electric vehicles
Personal EV Charging points like BPE’s Liffey 22kW are faster at charging batteries from empty to full when compared to using a regular socket
The BPE Liffey 22kW EV charger offers integrated a Type A RCD and PEN Fault detection devices; this eliminates the need for expensive external RCDs and earth rods
After the initial costs of installation, the cost of running your Electric Vehicle is cheaper – dependent on the car and electricity tariff, a full charge can cost as little as £5
BPE Liffey 22kW
Our AC charge point is designed for cost-effective, aesthetically pleasing, smart charging for fleets, workplaces and commercial environments powering up to 22kW for any vehicle in any business.
Liffey 22kW Main Benefits:
- Sleek & Stylish
- 2 different fascias included as standard
- Automatic Load Balancing
- Set Charging schedules
- Packed full of features
- Free mobile App
Dynamic Load Balancing
Dynamic Load Balancing regulates the charging power to harmonise with other household loads to avoid current overloading the main breaker. This is achieved by reducing the current draw of the EV charger so the system operates smoothly below the house’s limit. This optimises home power usage and avoids tripping the breaker which would cause a power outage.
Use 1 of the 5 included RFID cards to authorise a charging session to prevent unauthorised charging if RFID mode is enabled.
Matte Black and Space Grey covers included as standard.
Quick and safe way to abort a charging session in an emergency.
3 Year warranty as standard.
BPE EV chargers are compatible with PV installations, allowing you to charge your vehicle for free using solar energy to maximise your savings while reducing your carbon footprint.
As agile tariffs become more and more popular, our EV charger range capitalises on this by allowing you to set charging periods, meaning you can charge your vehicle at the lowest available tariff rate.
Dynamic load balancing
DLB regulates the charging power to harmonise with other household loads to avoid current overloading the main breaker.