11kW Charging station with 16A CEE connector

    Includes wall mount, screws and dowels

    Optional* mountable cable protection (theft protection)


  • 15 x 25 cm

  • 2.0 kg


  • CEE red 16A, 30 cm

  • with Adapter (optional):

           CEE blue 16A

        multiple domestic plugs (grounding plug, T23,...) (domestic socket) 16A max.

  • output: 11 kW (16A 3-phase)

Car connection:

  • Type 2 plug; requires own Type 2 cable (not included in package)

  • Lock with anti-theft protection

  • max. output 11 kW (16A 3-phase) Charging power adjustable between 1.4 kW and 11 kW [depending on the number of phases (1- or 3-phase) and selected amperes (adjustable in 1 ampere steps between 6 A and 16 A)]

  • Type 1 vehicles can be charged with an adapter cable.

  • Ampere and status indicator via LED ring

  • Charging power adjustable via button and app

Safety features:

  • RFID access control

  • RCD with DC fault detection, 30 mA AC, 6 mA DC

  • Phase and voltage checking of input voltage

  • Post-contactor phase checking

  • 3-phase current sensor

  • Customer-replaceable fuse for internal electronics (tripped by incorrectly connected supply line)

  • Adapter detection with 16A reduction


  • can be used locally (configured as WiFi hotspot) or worldwide (connected via home WiFi)

  • charge monitoring (voltage, current, output, energy use)

  • Start/Stop function

  • RFID card management

  • Electricity meter (total kWh und per card)

  • Electricity exchange connection with intelligent charging management

  • Update capability for future functions (Smart Home)

Shipping time: 2 - 5 workdays (covid-19 period 20-25 days)

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Charger HOME+ 11kW

  • Brands go-e
  • Product Code: go-eCharger HOME+ 11kW
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 678.99€

  • Ex Tax: 561.15€

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