Ensto Chago – Charge and go!

Ensto introduces the Ensto Chago product family, continuing on its way to becoming the leading supplier of electric-vehicle charging points


Ensto Chago: Because green sounds better

Ensto introduced the Ensto Chago product family and the new Ensto Chago marketing concept, envisioning green and effortless electric motoring, at the industry-leading eCarTec trade fair in Munich, on October 23–25.

“The name of the electric-vehicle charging product family, Ensto Chago, refers to easy electric motoring and charging: Charge and go! To emphasize the ecological side and the quietness that comes with electric motoring, the name is complemented by the promise ‘Because green sounds better.’ We think that the name and the new marketing concept capture the idea of our products splendidly,” says Allan Ahlgren, director of Ensto EV Charging Solutions.

Green traffic revolution

Electric motoring will change the behavior of road-users: electric vehicles are charged whenever they are parked. People driving electric vehicles require several charging points along their daily routes. Besides at home, charging should be possible where people work, at shopping centers, and at other commonly used parking facilities. Charging stations on the streets and for parking spaces will be a visible sign of the green revolution.

Besides being ecologically sound, electric vehicles are the quiet choice. These quietly running vehicles reduce noise pollution in big cities, leaving more room for other, more natural sounds. The low local carbon dioxide emissions of the electric vehicles make the environment greener, too.

Ensto Chago charging offering for normal and fast charging

The Ensto Chago product family offers stylish, easy-to-use, and safe solutions for normal and fast electric-vehicle charging for public and private parking areas alike.

Ensto Chago Pole

Ensto Chago Pole is a charging solution for normal electric-vehicle charging (16 A). The poles, available for both ground and wall mounting, are of durable, easy-to-clean stainless steel structure. A pole includes one or two 16 A power outlets and a watt-hour meter to measure the amount of energy obtained. As standard, the pole can be controlled remotely from, for example, a parking-ticket machine.


Ensto Chago Station

Ensto Chago Station is a stylish charging station for charging for a fee. It can be used for both normal (single-phase, 16 A) and fast charging (three-phase, 32 A). The station is made of robust materials, such as acid-proof steel, and it is easy to clean. This makes it ideal for demanding street-side installations.

The basic features of the Ensto Chago Station include the possibility of user identification (via an RFID card or a cellular phone) and a data link to external information systems over a GPRS connection or a RS485 cable.


Ensto Chago Point

The compact, wall-mounted Ensto Chago Point is ideal for locations that require multiple charging points, such as large workplace and apartment-building parking facilities and parking garages. It is a great choice for This charging point was awarded the Red Dot design award in 2012.


The fixed charging cable offers added user-friendliness for the Ensto Chago Point.


Ensto Chago Master and Ensto Chago Server

The Ensto Chago product family includes also Ensto Chago Master, an easy-to-use and cost-efficient master unit for installations of 5–20 charging points, and Ensto Chago Server, a browser-based charging-point management program.

Ensto Chago Master offers an economical and easy-to-implement solution for controlling small local installations of 5 to 20 EV charging points. It works as well in public parking garages as in corporate and residential parking spaces.

Web based charging point management software for small systems with less than 100 charging points. Functions include user management, charging point management, event logging, reports on charged energy, fault alarms and reports. Compatible with EVC charging stations.

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