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Full range of e-mobility products from one place.

WALTHER offers you the full program required to connect a vehicle to the power grid. Besides several charging cables with plug and coupler the product range includes charging stations for various application areas, wall-mounted charging sockets - so called wallboxes, and many other e-mobility-related custom solutions.

All products comply with the requirements of the relevant standards IEC 61851, IEC 62196 etc. On the following pages you can see for yourself and learn about the variety of solutions. We are at your entire disposal for a personal discussion at any time.

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Electrical Vehicle Charge Station


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Charging plugs and sockets
Charging cables
Charging stations

New energy schemes and sustainable mobility strategies will shape the 21st century.

The worldwide demand for energy is growing disproportionately. It is estimated that today‘s energy consumption will increase by another 50 % during the next 20 years - and during the next 50 years it will even double. In future, our society will have to deal with new energy schemes to a far greater extent. A sustainable mobility strategy will take an important role here, especially against the background that in Germany the traffic accounts for approx. 20 % of the total energy consumption.

In its coalition agreement, the German Federal Government has therefore setitself a clear objective and formulatedin its “National Electromobility Development Plan” that it wants to bring onemillion electric vehicles onto the streetby 2020, thus advancing to becomethe worldwide lead market for electromobility.eMobility Example

The first electric series-produced vehicles for the German market have already been produced in 2010. From 2011 on, many more will follow. In parallel, both automotive and battery manufacturers are doing researches with enormous efforts and considerable financial means on the further development of their electric vehicles. All these vehicles will be equipped with charging plug and socket devices which enable the quick and safe charging of the vehicle.

This requires the establishment of acharging infrastructure on the largest possible scale in order to guarantee the security of supply for the electric vehicles.Therefore the charging infrastructure has to be integrated into the networkingand controlling of the entire power network - from the energy supplier tothe network operator up to the consumerand the battery storages. In short: the charging infrastructure is an actively controlling element of a smart grid. Thefunction of the charging infrastructure is- among others - to charge electric vehicleswhen there is an over capacity inthe power grid and to feed it back into thegrid at times of peak demand. But thereis more: Besides miscellaneous safetyaspects for users, the charging station has to identify users, activate them and interact with them. Fleet managers may want to assign charging priorities, energy providers need consumption transparency for invoicing. Others may want to ensure a hundred-percent utilization of renewable energies when charging.

The charging infrastructure can be placed in public or private areas and is thus subject to different requirements. Furthermore there are of course solutionsfor simple wall mounting. This still to be complete range of applications requires a lot of technical know-how and expertise.

WALTHER - your experienced market partner for e-mobility.

Since 2008, WALTHER has been intensively working on the electromobility topic. Due to its 100 years plus of tradition as manufacturer of plug and socket devices, power distributors for outside areas, control, communication and billing systems, the topic has a technically well founded background at WALTHER. Because of this experience, and being member of the essential standardization committees for charging plug and socket devices and charging infrastructure (DKEand VDE for Germany and CENELEC and IEC on the international level),WALTHER was able to actively shapeand drive forward the developments. Projects with worldwide leading automotive manufacturers, energy suppliers and other partners in development haveled to the fact that today, WALTHER has built up a leading technological positionon the market and is thereby specialising on the entire range of products between the vehicle and the power grid.