Each ZapCharger Pro charging station measures delivered energy through a built-in energy meter. A system administrator can generate consumption reports for each charging station or each individual user to share costs accurately.
Pricing and invoicing can be adapted to the customer’s specific needs. A combination of price per kWh plus instalments for the shared infrastructure can be accommodated.
The ZapCloud, our cloud service will register every charge cycle on your ZapCharger Pro. This way you will become aware of the power needed and cost for charging your EV. In ZapCloud you have an overview of your charger and how much power you have been using.
If the charging station is shared with multiple users authentication can be set up with RFID or the ZapCharger app to get individual charge history. This also gives the possibility to only allow certain users access.
To be allowed access, you need to be a registered users for the actual installation. Registration is done by the system administrator.
Reports per charging station is always possible, so if the charging station is not shared, identification is not needed.
If a single charging station is shared by multiple users, user authentication can be configured using RFID tags, charge card or the ZapCharger App. This means access can be limited to only selected users and allows tracking of their individual charging and consumption history.
ZapCharger Pro supports the most common tags, including Elbilforeningens RFID tag. It will also support the most common access cards if it has Mifare Classic (Type a) standard.