Remote control in electric charging stations
Charging stations for electric vehicles are a crucial element in the promotion and adoption of electric mobility. However, these stations can present some challenges in terms of remote monitoring and control of their status, especially in terms of charging availability.
On occasions, users may find charging stations out of service or with connection problems that prevent them from charging their vehicles. This can lead to user dissatisfaction and a poor image of the EV charging infrastructure.
To address these issues, a telecontrol and telemetry system can be implemented for electric vehicle charging stations. Noxium's RAXOM CP would allow station operators to monitor station status in real time, including charging availability, power consumption, connector status, and other important data. The data collected could also be used to plan preventive maintenance and schedule loads efficiently, allowing for greater efficiency and reducing station downtime.
In addition, the telecontrol and telemetry system could also help improve the user experience by alerting station operators to any problems with the station, such as connection problems or charging system failures. This would enable faster and more efficient repair, which in turn would reduce station downtime and increase user satisfaction.
In summary, the implementation of a telecontrol and telemetry system for electric vehicle charging stations can address the issues of remote monitoring and control of station status, allowing for greater efficiency and availability of the charging infrastructure.