The new Webasto pure charging station guarantees flexibility and extended warranty

The new Webasto Pure charging station makes charging at home even more user-friendly. The central LED display now indicates that charging is active with a flowing, gently pulsating colour transition. The unit is available in 4.5 or a 7m long permanently attached cable with a type 2 charging plug. This offers electric car drivers greater flexibility when selecting the location for their charging station.

Plus, Webasto is now providing a five-year guarantee promise at no extra cost, thereby significantly exceeding the statutory guarantee period of two years. A further benefit of the new Webasto Pure is the factory-integrated DC residual current device. This means that it is completely unnecessary to install a separate ‘Type B RCD’ circuit breaker, which saves costs and installation effort.

“Webasto is synonymous with high-quality and user-friendly products. With the new Webasto Pure we are specifically addressing customer wishes relating to EV charging. We are also offering consumers safe and reliable access to electromobility with our extended Webasto guarantee,” explains Heike Niehues, who is responsible for the global aftermarket business at Webasto.

Just like its predecessor, the new Webasto Pure is available in the two power variants 11kW and 22kW to meet individual charging performance requirements. A new feature is that the installer has further available amperages when commissioning the EV charging unit. This enables the installer to better match the charging current to the infrastructure already available on-site. In addition, the universal key switch is retained, which blocks access to the charging station for unauthorised users, as is the simple installation, fast commissioning and ease of operation of the charger (plug and play).

An important feature for electricity transmission system operators is that the new Webasto Pure allows remote access via a ripple control receiver for ensuring grid stability.

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