The Installer app lets you easily set up a new charging site. It doesn't matter if you have a Easee Home, Charge, One or Equalizer, this works for them all. The purpose is to give the installer a tool to easily configure everything before transferring it to the owner. From the app you can create new sites, update existing sites and check/erase backplates. Once you have uploaded your site to the cloud, you can work offline and upload everything later.
The Installer app is only intended for approved electricians. Easee chargers can not be installed without a registered installation company.
The app has some limitations, like adding new users. If you need more features, you will have to use the easee.cloud portal. Login is the same as on the app.
Creating an account
To use any of the Easee applications, you need to make an account. The account is used throughout the Easee ecosystem, so you don’t need to make another account when you are switching between mobile and desktop. You can do this by either pressing Create an account on the mobile app or following this link on desktop, https://www.easee.cloud/auth/signup
Step by step guide: Creating an account
Creating a new site
A site is a physical location with one or multiple charging circuits. The site has a Site owner and Site administrators. If you are the installer, you will still have administrative privileges when the ownership is transferred to the owner. Users can only be administrated through the Easee desktop portal.
Creating a site requires a internet connection.
Step by step guide: Creating a new site
Adding a circuit to a site
You will have to add a circuit to the site. The circuit has basic information like name and fuse size. If you have a big charging site, you might have multiple circuits. The circuits distinguish what chargers are on which fuse. Keep this in mind when you are adding backplates later in the process.
Step by step guide: Adding a circuit to a site
Adding backplates to a circuit
The backplates retain the information of the circuit inside an NFC tag. This way you can install all the backplates without adding Chargeberries. The user can install a Chargeberry if it is needed, and all the information will be added automatically. Note that if information about circuit, breakers or WiFi changes in the app after the site is set up, you will have to configure the backplates again. If you program a backplate which is already programmed, the backplate will be moved to the new site.
Step by step guide: Adding backplates to a circuit
Transferring the ownership
When you are done with adding everything to the site, you can transfer the ownership to the customer. The customer will be able to add additional users through the Easee desktop portal.
Step by step guide: Transferring ownership of a site
Lookup and Erase backplate
With the Installer app you can check and erase backplates. By using Check backplate, you can see if the backplate is already configured towards a site or not. By choosing Erase backplate, you can remove the backplate from any circuit it is a part of in the cloud.
Step by step guide: Check and Erase backplate