There can be many reasons why you would want multiple Easee keys set up on your charger. In this example, we will go through the process of setting up two keys, using one for personal use and one for work use, and viewing the consumption report for each key.
The first step is setting up the Easee keys.
This example will use one method of adding from the app.
- Open the app menu.
- Press Easee Keys.
- Press the + in the top right corner.
- Press Scan with phone.
A tab will slide up, telling you the device is ready to scan your RFID keytag.
- Scan the keytag.
- Type a Key name for your Easee Key to quickly and easily identify it, like "Car keys".
- Click Add.
Repeat these steps for the second key.
For more information on adding Easee keys via the app, see Adding an Easee Key (RFID keytag) from the Easee app. For information on adding keys from Portal, see How do I add an Easee Key (RFID keytag) to my profile?
Next, set the access on the charger to Private.
Your operator must be either Easee or Tibber to use this feature. If you have a different operator, ask them if they support setting access levels.
- On the charger screen, press Access.
The Access card comes up.
- Press Private.
A confirmation will display at the bottom of the screen.
Your security level is active.
Now you use each key as you need.
To use each key, tap the appropriate key against the charger before you charge. The charging time and amount of power used is stored to the key ID. If you add a price per kWh, then the final report will also calculate the amount based on the power used.
After using the keys, you can generate the reports. You do not have to use both keys in order to generate a report.
To generate the report or reports necessary to view how much each key was used, this example will use the app. To use Easee Portal to view reports, see Site Page: Consumption.
- From the charger card in the app, press Charger consumption.
- You will then see the Consumption screen.
By default it will show the current month and the total energy consumed for all users.
A circle showing in the chart means a charging session is still in progress.
For more information on filtering users and dates for reports in the app, see Consumption Reports.