Whether it is a charging station, wallbox or home charging station, any charging solution will need to fulfil stringent requirements before it is launched onto the market. In order to test these systems, REO is able to provide reliable solutions for charging systems that comply with stringent certification requirements, which can be optionally used both in private as well as commercial and public applications.
Tests are also carried out on the link and connectivity between the charging system and vehicle, namely the plug. They involve plug connectors (Type 1 and Type 2 plugs, etc.) and socket combinations under international standards for trade, construction and industry.
REO’s test systems allow providers of connectivity and e-mobility charging solutions to configure and test all mains voltages commonly found at home and abroad. A good example of this is the REOLAB 330 three-phase AC supply voltage system, a popular choice for many customers.
The system typically consists of a power unit, which may be installed in the cellar, for example, and the mobile and ultra handy REO PowerFormer controller with its 9“ touch screen panel, enabling flexible and rapid testing without taking up a huge amount of space in the laboratory.