- Fully Electric
Compatible with all plug-in vehicle brands
Speeds of up to 7.2 kWh available
The power rate of a charger is effectively a measure of how fast it can charge. It’s measured in kWh, kilowatt hours. Home chargers are typically available at two power ratings: 3kWh and 7kWh. Depending on the charge point and your power supply you can actually achieve rates of 11kWh or even 22kWh, but this is uncommon at home and usually possible at commercial properties instead.
Available as a tethered or socketed unit
The connection type refers to how you plug your car into the charger. There are two connection types for home chargers: Tethered and Socketed. Tethered chargers have a cable permanently attached and socketed chargers require the cable to be connected each time
Start, stop and schedule your charging sessions from their smartphone app
Can connect to your solar panels to charge using solar energy. This optional extra can be included during the installation process for an additional £60.00
Has power balancing capability to avoid exceeding your electrical supply.
Dimensions of 175mm (H) x 125mm (W) x 125mm (D)
Weighs 23 kg
One of the smallest and most compact units available
Available in colours White, Blue, Red or Black
Comes with a 3 year warrantee as standard
Eligible for the government's £350 grant
The government's Office for Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV) offers a grant called the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) worth £350 towards support the purchase and installation of a charge point. The EO Mini Pro 2 is eligible for the grant. The £350 will be discounted from the price by your installer, they will take care of your grant application for you, you simply need to provide them with some details.