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Dynamic load-control
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Individual design
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Choice of socket or cable
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Efficient charging
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Integrated counter

dynamic

 

efficient
& fully integrated

With a charging power of up to 22 kW via the type 2 connection and the option of dynamic load control, the neoom BOXX is equipped for the future. Higher charging capacities with lower connected loads save on grid connection and operating costs. Already integrated meters and circuit breakers ensure smooth operation.

Das Unternehmen Neubacher setzt auf eine verbesserte CO2-Bilanz mit grünem Eigenstrom durch neoom Produkte

Electric fleet

with green own electricity

The Neubacher company has decided to change its vehicle fleet. The electric vehicles make an important contribution to improving the CO2 balance. By means of a 22 kW BOXX. charging station, the vehicle fleet is efficiently charged with its own electricity. Thanks to dynamic load control, the energy flows can be optimally and efficiently controlled.

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Are you interested in innovative neoom energy and charging solutions? Then get in touch with us and our neoom experts will be happy to advise you.

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Are you interested in innovative neoom energy and charging solutions? Then get in touch with us and our neoom experts will be happy to advise you.

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