Why choose the Easee One?
Easee One is intelligent and adapts to all electric vehicles, power supplies and mains. With our home charging solution there is no need to think about technical specifications – the Easee One will automatically detect what power the vehicle requires.
Designed to provide convenient and efficient charging for EV owners at home, the Easee One comes with both integrated RCD protection (AC 30mA / DC 6mA) and open PEN conductor protection.
Compact and versatile – smaller than an A4 page & only weighs 1.5kg
Smart EV charging with dynamic load balancing and overload protection
Smart, Safe & Quick
Tethered or untethered – control with app
Available in five different colours
Smart Cable Management: Choose whether you want your charger to be tethered or untethered by locking the cable through the app
SEAI grant approved
Charge up to 3x times faster than with a regular outlet
Compatible with our electric vehicle and hybrid vehicle brands
3 year warranty
The Easee App gives you full control over your charger. Use it to schedule charges when the electricity is the cheapest, adjust charging power, manage who can access your charger, and so much more.
Full control over who can charge and when they can charge
Access to the latest firmware updates
Schedule charging sessions for charging during off peak hours
built-in energy management system
Connectivity: – Built-in eSIM (LTE Cat M1/ 2G /GPRS) WiFi 2.4 GHz b/g/n connection. Lifetime free subscription or WiFi connection
Available to download on both IOS and Android
Input electricity rates to calculate cost of charging at home (Split billing from household consumption)
Download charging costs in pdf format. Convenient for invoicing the charging sessions for your company car to your employer
easily lock the cable permanently in the Charging Robot through the app
Are you eligible for the Electric Vehicle Home Charger Grant?
The SEAI scheme provides a grant up to the value of €600 towards the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle charge point for a homeowners property. The applicant must be the owner of an eligible new or second-hand electric vehicle. For more information click here.
- You must be a private owner who bought an eligible EV from 01/01/2018
- You must have dedicated off-street parking
- The property can not be associated with a previous EV vehicle grant and charge point offer.
- The vehicle has to be registered to the applicant and to the address of the property where the home charger is being installed (unless this is a Company Vehicle application)