Recharging NSW is proud to announce that it is now a retailer of Keba KeContact P20 charging points and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).
Keba AG is an Austrian company with its headquarters in Linz, that develops and produces industrial, bank, and service industrial products. (source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KEBA)
Which e-vehicles will be able to be recharged ?
KeContact comes in 3 variations Type 1 J1772 (cable), Type 2 Mennekes (cable) and Type 2 Mennekes socket.
Type 1 J1772 (cable)
- BMW i3 and i8
- Brammo Empulse and Empulse R (e-motorbike)
- Holden Volt
- Mitsubishi i-MIEV (2012 or newer) and Outlander PHEV
- Nissan LEAF
Type 2 Mennekes (cable)
- Tesla Model S
Type 2 Mennekes Socket
- All of the above with either a Type 2 to Type 1 cable or a Type 2 to Type 2 cable. This is the universal option best for when you want to be able to support as many cars as possible with a single unit.
Where can I find a KeContact P20 ?
The KeContact is available worldwide, if you would like to see some pictures of some units installed I’ve found the following on plugshare and uppladdning.nu