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Plug into an electric future.
Introducing Blue NRG Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions
Get smart and fast EV charging at your business premises or home office.
You pay a low monthly rental fee plus the cost of electricity.
The Chargemate is optimised for compatibility and flexibility, delivering hardware for use with any EV or OCPP-compliant software.
|Mounting Mode :||Wall-mounted|
|Rated Supply Voltage :||415 V AC 50/60 Hz|
240 V AC 50/60 Hz
|Socket Type :||1x Type 2 IEC-62169|
|Physical Communications Interfaces :||Ethernet LAN connection|
Modbus-485 Interface RS-232
|Input Type :||Binary power limitation closing contact|
Binary delayed charging closing contact
|Control Type :||Chargefox App and /or 3 push-button|
|Local Signalling :||1 LCD screen: status indication|
|Server Communications Protocol :||OCPP 1.6J|
|Operating Mode :||Networked/Standalone|
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Frequently asked questions
The charger that will be installed is Blue NRG’s Chargemate. It will operate at both single phase and three phase supply. Chargemate is a smart charger with full industry (OCPP) compliance and is compatible with Chargefox and industry-standard software worldwide. Chargemate’s Type 2 socket is compatible with all EVs sold in Australia via lead or adapter. It features an interactive user interface with live charging status display. Chargemate is rated all the way up to the maximum single-phase charging power of 7.2kW to 22kW.
Yes, Chargemate can be installed on your business premises and home office.
Yes, the Installation fee is not included in the monthly rental amount.
Standard ChargeMate installation fee is $750 but it is subject to change based on the location of the premises.
Monthly rental will be added to your Blue NRG invoice.
Only around 1% of owners currently have a smart fast charger. The majority of electric vehicles are sold with a standard charger.