The main difference between Home and Charge is the scalability on one line. Easee Home can have up to three chargers in a network. Easee Charge supports up to 101 chargers in a network.
You can not mix the Easee Home and Charge on the same installation.
Easee Home is more suitable for private use, where load management up to 40A on one line is possible.
- Easee Home supports locking to 1-phase or 3-phase charging
- Easee Home supports 1-phase and 3-phase scheduled charging
- Delayed charging (schedule) can be set by the product owner and admin
- The charging process in "Auto" mode directly starts with the maximum available power
- Easee Home access can be handled via the app or the Easee cloud
Easee Charge is intended for semi-public or public charging locations. Load management in Easee charge is supported up to 80 Amps, divided over 101 chargers per network. For optimal charging performance when all cars are charging simultaneously, we recommend 25 chargers on each circuit per 63A / 400V (TN mains) and 15 chargers on each circuit per 63A 230V (IT mains). Each location is different and requires different needs so it is up to the installer to decide what the best possible installation will be.
- Easee Charge supports locking to 1-phase charging
- Easee Charge supports 1-phase scheduled charging
- The charging process in "Auto" is more gradual and starts with low power
- Easee Charge access can be handled via the Easee cloud only
- Delayed charging (schedule) can only be set by the owner
- Access for site users can be done via the app & RFID tags
- Access for administrators and owners via the Easee cloud and app
More information can be found at the Easee Charge Specifications page.