Chargers

Accelev Type 1, Type 2 & Tesla US 2-phase charger 6kW & 8kW

Accelev v2 EVSE is a processor-controlled, advanced AC wall box with features not available in other chargers. Beside of grid monitoring (power shedding) and BatteryCare™ unique charging modes it gives an opportunity to equally load 2 phases at 3-phase 400V source to give more power to the car with single phase on-board charger, and thus – to charge much faster.

It is updatable and expandable via USB port and can be flexibly completed according to customer wishes (both cables are detachable/replaceable).

We believe that Accelev v2 is the most modern EVSE home station of our times.

Standard features

  • Grid monitoring (immediate load reduction while grid overload detected – no more fuse switches keeping turning off)
  • BatteryCare™ - unique full charging / no full charging modes with maximum life protection for your battery
  • Updateable via micro USB extension port
  • Portable (some restrictions apply, see “Precautions & Installation”)
  • Detachable cables (both – input and output side). Use one charger in all situations.
  • 2.8 inch TFT human interface with „geek mode” - you can monitor all parameters while loading
  • Overload and over-temperature protection and advanced safety solutions implemented

Charging speed

Accelev EVSE tries to optimise your charging speed and load automatically, therefore, the following situations may occur:

  • your AC network is not loaded, the car battery is not full – charging speed is maximised
  • your AC network is overloaded – charging speed is reduced by Accelev
  • your car battery is almost full – charging speed is reduced by car.

Below you can find time estimates for some popular cars, which can be used to predict charging your car from 5% to 95% state of charge. Notice, that car may charge slower or faster due to battery temperature and power supply voltage & load. This table does not cover all car models and your car is compatible even if it is not listed. Estimated charging speed in hours is presented.

Notice: If speed of charging is limited by low onboard charger amperage, Accelev still can be faster than other charger due to higher voltage operation (voltage boost). This applies especially to cars with 3,3kW or weaker onboard charger. Notice, that „16A charger” may load your phase up to full 16A, but faster, fully loaded Accelev 6kW will load it with 13A per 230V phase (230V x 13A x 2 phases = 6kW) or with 7,5A per phase only while doing exactly same speed as 16A charger does.

Geek info: 7,5A x 2 = 15A, and not 16A, but the voltage at Accelev input will stay higher due to much lower load, so powers will be equal.

Vehicle

Max rate (kW)

Battery size (kWh)

Charger included with car (h)

16A charger (h)

Accelev 6kW (h)

Accelev 8kW

(h)

Audi A3 E-Tron

3.3

8.8

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

BMW 330e

3.6

7.6

3.9

2.2

2

2

BMW 530e

3.6

9.2

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

BMW 740e

3.6

9.2

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

BMW ActiveE

7

32

16.1

9.2

5.5

4.5

BMW i3 2014-2016

7.4

23

11.6

6.5

4

3

BMW i3 2017 (60 Ah battery)

7.4

23

11.6

6.5

4

3

BMW i3 2017 (90 Ah battery)

7.4

32

16.1

9.2

5.5

4.5

BMW i8

3.6

7.1

3.5

2.2

2

2

BMW X5 xDrive-40e

3.6

9

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Cadillac CT6

3.6

18.4

9.1

4.9

4.5

4.5

Cadillac ELR

3.3

16.5

8.4

4.9

4.5

4.5

Chevy Bolt

7.2

60

30.1

17.4

10.5

8.5

Chevy Spark

3.3

23

11.6

7.6

7

7

Chevy Volt

3.3

16.5

8.4

4.3

4

4

Chevy Volt 2016-2018

3.6

18.4

9.1

4.9

4.5

4.5

Chevy Volt 2019 LT

3.6

18.4

9.1

4.9

4.5

4.5

Chevy Volt 2019 LT Upgrade

7.2

18.4

9.1

4.9

3

2.5

Chevy Volt 2019 Premier

7.2

18.4

9.1

4.9

3

2.5

Chrysler Pacifica

6.6

16

8.1

4.3

3

2.5

Coda

6.6

31

15.4

8.7

5.5

4.5

Fiat 500E

6.6

24

11.9

7.1

4

3.5

Fisker Karma

3.3

20

10.2

5.4

5

5

Ford C Max Energi

3.3

7.6

3.9

2.2

2

2

Ford Focus EV

6.6

23

11.6

6.5

4

3.5

Ford Focus EV 2017-2018

6.6

33.5

16.8

9.8

6

5

Ford Fusion Energi

3.3

7.6

3.9

2.2

2

2

Honda Accord

6.6

6.7

3.5

2.2

1.25

1

Honda Clarity EV

6.6

25.5

12.6

7.1

4.5

4

Honda Clarity Plug-In

6.6

17

8.4

4.9

3

2.5

Hyundai Ioniq

6.6

28

14.0

8.1

5

4

Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in

3.3

8.9

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Hyundai Kona

7.2

64

31.9

18.5

11

9

Hyundai Sonata

3.3

9.8

4.9

3.3

3

3

Jaguar I-Pace

7.0

90

45.2

25.5

15.5

13

Karma Revero

6.6

21.4

10.9

6.0

3.5

3

Kia Niro

3.3

8.9

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Kia Optima

3.3

9.8

4.9

3.3

3

3

Kia Soul

6.6

27

13.7

7.6

4.5

4

Mercedes B Class B250e

9.6

28

14.0

8.1

5

3.5

Mercedes C350 Hybrid

3.3

6.2

3.2

2.2

2

2

Mercedes GLC 350e

3.7

8.7

4.2

2.7

2.5

2.5

Mercedes GLE 550e

3.3

8.8

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Mercedes S550 Hybrid

3.3

8.7

4.2

2.7

2.5

2.5

MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4

3.3

7.6

3.9

2.7

2.5

2.5

Mitsubishi i-MiEV

3.3

16

8.1

5.4

5

5

Mitsubishi Outlander

3.3

12

6.0

3.8

3.5

3.5

Nissan Leaf 2011-12

3.3

24

11.9

8.1

7.5

7.5

Nissan Leaf 2013-16 
(3.3 onboard charger)

3.3

24

11.9

8.1

7.5

7.5

Nissan Leaf 2017 
(3.3kW onboard charger)

3.3

30

15.1

9.8

9

9

Nissan Leaf 2017 
(6.6kW onboard charger)

6.6

30

15.1

8.7

5

4.5

Nissan Leaf 2018

6.6

40

20.0

11.4

7

6

Nissan Leaf S 2013-15

6.6

24

11.9

7.1

4

3.5

Nissan Leaf S 2016

6.6

30

15.1

8.7

5

4.5

Nissan Leaf S 2016 
(6.6kW onboard charger)

6.6

24

11.9

7.1

4

3.5

Porsche 918 Spyder

3.6

6.8

3.5

2.2

2

2

Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid

3.6

10.8

5.3

3.3

3

3

Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid 
(upgraded charger)

7.2

10.8

5.3

3.3

2

1.5

Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid

3.6

14.1

7.0

4.3

4

4

Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid (upgraded charger)

7.2

14.1

7.0

3.8

2.5

2

Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid

3.6

9.4

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid (upgraded charger)

7.2

9.4

4.6

2.7

1.5

1.25

Range Rover P400e

7

13.1

6.7

3.8

2.25

2

Smart Car

3.3

17.6

8.8

6.0

5.5

5.5

Smart Fortwo ED 2017

7.2

17.6

8.8

4.9

3

2.5

Subaru Crosstrek PHEV

3.3

8.8

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Tesla Model 3 Long Range

11.5

70

35.0

20.1

12

9

Tesla Model 3 Standard

7.7

50

24.9

14.1

8.5

6.5

Tesla Model S 100 & P100D

17.2

100

50.1

28.8

17

13

Tesla Model S 60 Dual (USA)

19.2

60

30.1

17.4

10.5

8

Tesla Model S 60 Single (USA)

9.6

60

30.1

17.4

10.5

8

Tesla Model S 70 Dual (USA)

19.2

70

35.0

20.1

12

9

Tesla Model S 70 Single (USA)

9.6

70

35.0

20.1

12

9

Tesla Model S 75 & 75D

11.5

75

37.5

21.2

13

9.5

Tesla Model S 85 Dual (USA)

19.2

85

42.4

24.4

14.5

11

Tesla Model S 85 Single (USA)

9.6

85

42.4

24.4

14.5

11

Tesla Model S 90 Dual (USA)

19.2

90

45.2

25.5

15.5

11.5

Tesla Model S 90 Single (USA)

9.6

90

45.2

25.5

15.5

11.5

Tesla Model X 100 & P100D

17.2

100

50.1

28.8

17

13

Tesla Model X 60 Dual (USA)

17.2

60

30.1

17.4

10.5

8

Tesla Model X 60 Single (USA)

11.5

60

30.1

17.4

10.5

8

Tesla Model X 75 Dual (USA)

17.2

75

37.5

21.2

13

9.5

Tesla Model X 75 Single (USA)

11.5

75

37.5

21.2

13

9.5

Tesla Model X 90 Dual (USA)

17.2

90

45.2

25.5

15.5

11.5

Tesla Model X 90 Single (USA)

11.5

90

45.2

25.5

15.5

11.5

Tesla Roadster

17.2

56

28.0

15.7

9.5

7.5

Toyota Prius EV

3.3

4.4

2.1

1.6

1.5

1.5

Toyota Prius Prime EV

3.3

8.8

4.6

2.7

2.5

2.5

Toyota Rav4

9.6

41.8

21.0

11.9

7

5.5

VIA Motors Truck

17.3

23

11.6

6.5

4

3

VIA Motors Van

17.3

23

11.6

6.5

4

3

Volvo S90 T8

3.6

10.4

5.3

3.3

3

3

Volvo V60

3.3

11.2

5.6

3.8

3.5

3.5

Volvo XC60 T8

3.6

10.4

5.3

3.3

3

3

Volvo XC90 T8

3.3

9.2

4.6

3.3

3

3

VW e-Golf 
(3.6kW onboard charger)

3.6

24

11.9

7.1

6.5

6.5

VW e-Golf 
(7.2kW onboard charger)

7.2

24

11.9

7.1

4

3.5

VW e-Golf 2017 
(7.2kW onboard charger)

7.2

35.8

17.9

10.3

6

5

 

Main Screen

Values, Statuses (from top left):

BatteryCare – BatteryCare option status
NoFull – no full charge option status
GridM – grid monitoring (shedding) status
234/250V – voltage of shedding / actual voltage
24/12.8A – actual max. amperes / actual amperage
25C – core of charger temperature
02:12:34 – total charging time
3.569kWh – total kWh charged
3.2kW – actual charging power
Battery symbol – shows phase of charging and if BatteryCare is on or off
MAX 24A – max. amperes permitted
­ [+] - change max. amperes: 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24
Start – starts charging or idle, resets counters
Setup – opens Setup screens.

BatteryCare(TM) – enables and disables BatteryCare routines and functions
No Full Charging – self described, perfect for battery life.
ReVive Balancing – a special pulse balancing of battery to cure and recover lost capacity.

 

Grid Mon – enables and disables grid monitoring (shedding)
More Sens – more sensitive grid monitoring
­ [+] - sets level of grid monitoring
234V – actual prediction for power shedding start
01 – tolerance of grid monitoring (01 = smallest gap, quickest reaction)

Grid monitoring depends on actual voltage in your electric grid. It is a good idea to set it more conservative. 08 is a factory setting, good for most situations. It will give about 15V gap between idle and reaction to load at 240V, and an approximately 8V gap at 210V. Increasing tolerance is increasing the gap by 1-2V (depending on actual voltage). A higher step can be observed at higher voltages, as this method of grid load control based on actual voltage to estimate load. Decreasing reduces the gap by 1-2V. In the case of electric fuses turned off please decrease tolerance first. If you see, that charger reacts to load and reduces the speed of charging, but this amperage reduction is not enough for your fuse system - please switch “More Sens” on to increase the amount of amperage reduction by twice.

S/N: F2610001 – serial number of charger
F/V: 2.0 – firmware version installed
Total Energy – global energy counter
Reset – resets global energy counter
Firmware Update – switches to boot mode, waits for update via USB port
Umax – highest voltage ever measured
Imax – highest amperage ever measured
Tmax – highest temperature ever measured

FAQ

1. What is a typical setup of charger you suggest?
We highly suggest to use BatteryCare with No Full Charging for everyday use and commuting, and BatteryCare without No Full Charging for occasional, long trip occurrences. Charging battery full, along with it’s high temperature reduces usable capacity and State Of Health of your battery.

2. Can I restart ReVive balancing again after it finished to balance and cure my battery even more?
Yes, this is ok and it will work for you.

3. Can I use Accelev with 230V 3-phase network (like in some parts of Norway).
No. It won’t work. Or better to answer – it will work with a reduced speed to 4 kWh and show an error.

4. Can I use Accelev outdoors?
No, it designed to use indoor, sheltered. You can use it as a portable charger, but restrictions apply – see paragraph “3. Precautions & Installation”.

5. Can I charge Type1/Type2/Tesla US cars with one charger?
Yes. You need just cables we provide. Tesla US connector, Mennekes (Type 2) and J1772 (Type 1) are available. Your charger is delivered with one of these types. If you want more – ask us.

6. Can I have longer/shorter cables for supply/car connection?
Of course. Just tell us what do you need and we will produce that.

7. Do you plan to expand this charger to be 3-phase? Why don’t you offer 3-phase chargers?
Yes, we plan do add third phase extension as separate module, but without oblige. Charger is ready to have an extension module to 3-phase.
3-phase charger with such power in single housing will be heavy or inefficient.

Specifications & Technical Data

Parameter

Accelev v2/6kW

Accelev v2/8kW

Dimensions (in mm)

330 x 240 x 130

380 x 270 x 130

Weight (net, in kg)

15

18

Human interface

2.8 inch colour TFT screen with touchscreen

Update/extension port

USB micro B (USB 2.0 or higher)

BatteryCare

Installed, factory disabled (refer to manual)

Housing

PC + GFS, steel

Installation method

Indoor wall mounted

Application allowance

Indoor or sheltered place, min. 1m over the ground, no direct sun.

Portability

Yes, restrictions apply. Refer to manual.

Input plug type

IEC 60309, 3P+N+E (red plug, 5 pins). Contact if you need other standard. Replaceable.

Input voltage range

200 ~ 240 V (AC) per phase

Input cable length (in m)

4 (other options available)

Typical power

6,0 kW

8,0 kW

Rated max. power

6,25 kW

8,40 kW

Rated max. current (release ver)

24 A

32 A

Max. current (future firmware updates, not guaranteed)

26A

35A

Output plug type

Type2 (IEC 62196) or Type1 (J1772). Replaceable.

Output cable length in m

4 (other options available)

Output voltage range

210 ~ 250 V (AC) single phase

Charging standards / modes

Mode 3 (with power shedding), Mode 2.

Protection

Overvoltage, undervoltage, overload, grounding, over temp.

Efficiency

≥95%

Power factor

≥0.99

Working temperature

 -30 ° C ~ +50 ° C  

Working humidity

 5% ~ 95% (no condensation)

Housing protection level

IP42

Cooling

Active, fan, processor controlled

Measuring accuracy (power)

1%

Standards met

 

Branding

Possible, contact us for MOQ

 

Standard delivery includes Type 2 EVSE-to-car cable. If you need Tesla USA plug or Type 1 plug, please inform us or your distributor. You can also order two or all three types of plugs, with additional fee.