Easy management and fair usage
Easy monitoring of power consumptionEach ZapCharger Pro charging station measures the energy delivered through a built-in energy meter. As system administrator, you can generate consumption reports for each charging station or every individual EV user in order to share costs fairly.
Pricing and invoicing can be adapted to specific customer needs. For example, you can invoice a combination of price per kWh and instalment payment for the shared infrastructure.
PAYMENT SOLUTIONSGet consumer reports per user or charging station in our ZAPTEC Portal portal or use one of our partners’ automatic payment solutions.
Free management toolWe think it’s only fair to offer our customers a free management system. As an administrator of a ZAPTEC charging system, you can use our management tool ZAPTEC Portal for free. Here you can see the status of all charging stations in your system, view consumer reports per user and update the charging station with the latest firmware.
If you don’t want to manage the system personally, you can use one of our partners’ payment services. Everything from support to payment is taken care of for you, so you can channel your energy elsewhere.
Automatic payment solutions
Automated payment solution for public parking
Automated payment solution with RFID or charge card
Automated payment solution with app, charge card or text message
Automated payment solution with a management system
The charging cost is determined by the board of the housing cooperative.
Monitor the system’s power usage with ZAPTEC PortalEvery time a resident or user charges an EV, it is registered in our cloud service, ZAPTEC Portal. This lets you monitor both power usage and costs for EV charging.
Even if users share the charging station with others, you can still view the charge history for every individual user. To access individual charging history, you establish authentication with an RFID card or use the ZapCharger app. This also enables you to allow access to specific users. To be allowed access, you must be a registered user for that particular installation. The system administrator takes care of registration.
Reports for every charging station are always possible, so if the charging station is not shared, identification is not required.
How to establish authentication with RFID tagsSeveral users may share a single charging station. User authentication can be configured using RFID tags, a charge card or the ZapCharger app. You can then limit access to selected users and view the individual charging reports and power usage.
ZapCharger Pro supports the most common tags, including Elbilforeningen’s RFID tag. It also supports the most common access cards with a Mifare Classic (type a) standard.