Getting to know your EV charger
Tash Horn | 24/01/2022
Get to know your new Egg charger with our quick and easy guide.
At a Glance
Learn how to get the most out of your new Egg charger
Enjoy all its exciting features, including instant boost button and clever cable storage
1. & 2. Status Lights
All the lights provide information about what your charger is doing and if it’s connected or not - for more detail on what these lights mean, click here
3. Charging Connector
This is where your charging cable connects
4. BOOST Button
Just what it says on the tin… press BOOST on the unit or in the App to charge instantly and give your car a “boost”
5. Cable Storage
When you’re not using your cable, you can keep it in your car or wrap it around the charger to keep it nice and tidy
The 7.4 kW Egg charger does not come with a cable but you’ll probably have one of these when you got your car.
Our charger can be used with most charging cables, so long as at least one end of the cable is fitted with a connector that looks like this (it’s an IEC 62196 male connector).
Make & model: Indra Smart Pro
Mode 3: Type 2 socket or Type 2 tethered cable
Overall dimensions: 200mm x 130mm x 420mm
Operating temperature: -20°C to 50°C
Operating humidity: 10% to 85%
Installation: Garage / Outdoor wall-mounted
User interface: Membrane panel, App
Charging cable length (attached cable charger only):5 metres
Max. output power: 7.4kW (Single Phase)
Input voltage: 230V, AC ± 10% (Single Phase)
Output current: Variable up to 32A
Now that you know a bit more about your EV charger, find out how to get it set up here.
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