Keba 3.7/7.4/11/22kW Chargers

Keba 3.7/7.4/11/22kW Chargers

SKU: 366615376135191

The Keba KeContact P30 series of charging stations is Europe's leading charger brand with over 9 years of proven efficacy & 35,000 charging stations worldwide. Keba is known in the industry for its market leading design, innovation & versatility. This 3rd generation Keba Universal Wallbox features modern styling and advanced safety features to ensure in a fast safe charge every time.

 

Car Guide- Compatible with all electric vehicles

 

Want to spend more time on the road than in the garage? Then fast charge your electric vehicle with the Keba 22kW wallbox in your home, business or commercial car park. The advanced B-series allows you to charge at 12x regular household socket speeds at 22kW. Incorporating energy metering and temperature regulation & as well as advanced safety features such as DC Fault protection ensures KEBA remains the fastest & safest EV charge that money can buy. This charger can be wired as a single-phase 3.7 or 7.4kW charger, or as a 3-phase 11 or 22kW charger.

  • PRODUCT INFO

    • Conforms to Worksafe NZ Standards
      • 22kW 32Amps -415V (3 Phase)
      • 7.4KW  32Amps- 240V (1 Phase)
      • Compatible with all electric vehicles
      • Warranty- 2 years
      • Indoor and Outdoor Rated
      • Dimensions- (240 x 495 x 163 mm)
      • Weight- 4.8 kg
      • Meets both European & NZ standards
      • RCM Mark, CE compliant, UL / VDE certified to IEC61851-1 and -22 Individually protected electric components inside the wall box casing. 
      • DC Protection for increased safety 
      • Overload integrated protection 
      • Coloured LEDs indicate operating status 

     

    Keep this in mind when installing:
    For your safety, installation must only be carried out by a licensed and qualified electrician familiar with NZ industry standards, fully responsible for the installation. The Keba P30 comes with an inbuilt DC fault sensor for added safety and reduced installation costs, but a Type A RCD switch is still required for single phase domesti