Introducing the Zura

Introducing the Zura

Today, we're excited to shine the spotlight on one of our premier products: the Zura charger. Let us show you what makes the Zura a game-changer in the world of electric vehicle charging.

The Zura charger isn't just a piece of electrical equipment – it's a statement piece. With its sleek design and never-seen-before customisable aesthetics, it blends seamlessly into any environment. Whether you want to feature your family's portrait, your business's brand, or simply add a touch of style to your home, the Zura lets you do it.

Despite its good looks, the Zura is a powerhouse when it comes to performance. With charging outputs up to 7.4kW or 22kW, it ensures that EVs are charged up and ready to travel. It comes with the option to have single or dual outlet units, designed to suit both home and business charging requirements. This is particularly beneficial for small businesses that want a charger but also want the ability to expand as they grow. It’s also ideal for holiday homes that might see an increase in visitors with multiple electric vehicles. Homeowners can benefit too – if you currently have one EV but anticipate adding another in the future, you can add another socket when you’re ready. The Zura is a charger that lets you future-proof.

The Zura features dynamic load balancing and is equipped with PME (Protective Multiple Earthing) fault detection. Dynamic Load Balancing (DLB) is a feature that allows you to safely balance the power consumption between your electric vehicle, the charge point and your other electrical appliances. For example, if a dishwasher is turned on, the charger will calculate the available power and if necessary, reduce the output to the electric vehicle to ensure an overload isn’t caused and the property's fuse is protected.

The PME enhances safety by monitoring potential faults in the earthing system. Unlike many other chargers, the Zura does not require an earth rod for installation, significantly reducing installation costs and complexity. This built-in safety feature ensures compliance with electrical safety standards, providing peace of mind for both residential and commercial users.

Next, the Zura offers seamless integration with solar systems, enhancing its flexibility and sustainability. With solar integration, Zura can use the power of the sun to charge electric vehicles, making use of renewable energy and saving money.

Finally, the Zura unit offers plug-and-charge or pay-to-charge solutions via a mobile app or RFID operation through any OCPP back-office management system. With a chargepoint management platform, operators can deploy and self-manage their electric vehicle chargers. This is particularly beneficial for small businesses and holiday homeowners who want to offer charging services to their customers. With the Zura, owners can conveniently schedule their charging times and select preferred prices if adding the charger to a holiday home or small business. 


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