MAXOAK Mobile Wallbox 11kW Charger, Type 2 Charging Cable with Adapters for Electric Vehicles
- [Electric Vehicle Type 2 Charging Cable]: The EV charging cable is equipped with a socket Type 2 with an indicator box to check the charging status at any time. It is 5 meters long and offers 11Kw power and can be connected to a CEE socket.
- [High-qualified Portable Charging Cable]: The charging cable is IP65 waterproof rated, making it tough enough for durable use and against water and dust.
- [Ultra-Fast EV Charging]: Our EV charger features Type 2, 3- phase max 16 A, and 11kW power, enabling you to charge your car much faster than the 1-phase EV charger, and it is also faster than most original chargers that come with your car, saving you tons of time in the long run.
- [Wide Compatibility]: Our MAXOAK mobile wall box is widely compatible with electric cars and plug-in hybrids with Type 2 and CCS2 connectors, including Hyundai IONIQ 5，Mercedes-Benz， EQA 250, BMW iX3，BMW i4 eDrive40， Porsche Taycan，Volvo C40，BYD e6 EV，Volkswagen ID.4，New Fiat 500， Mazda MX-30, etc.
- [What You Get]: MAXOAK 11Kw wallbox charger, cable holder, wallbox hiking bracket, user manual, warranty card, and 12-month warranty.
The Faster, Smarter, Cleaner EV Charger
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Remote Moniter & Control Box Management
Easy Portability, Endless Possibility
A Must-have E-car Partner
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I got this wallbox mainly for mobile use for my girlfriend's new electric car, as another JuiceBooster is too expensive for me.
Important for all Tesla drivers: The description states (as of 02.07.2023) that an adapter is required for Teslas. In Europe, however, TESLAs are already equipped with a Type 2 plug and charging works directly .
First of all, all the components are well packed in the carrying bag. What I like very much is that a CEE socket and a fixed holder for the wallbox are included, as well as the Type 2 plug for the garage wall when it is not needed. With other manufacturers, these are directly expensive accessories - not here :-). An adapter from Schuko to CEE is also included. Once all the additional components are out of the bag, the wallbox can be easily stored in the bag.
As with any other simple charger, plug-and-play applies here. Plug it in, select the amperage and, if necessary, a desired start time, and plug it in. Then the amperage and the timer cannot be changed until the plug is removed from the car. This is important for me, especially in public areas, so that no one can "play around" with it when I am charging!
For mobile use, the most commonly found sockets in Germany are the plugs enclosed: CEE with 16A and Schuko. I also find the meter reading on the display practical when I'm charging at a friend's house and want to pay them for the electricity I've used. I also find the cable length of 5m well chosen: Not too long and therefore not too heavy, but also not too short, so that you have a certain flexibility to the next socket.
The selected max. charging power is reliably recognized by the vehicle. Since I only have one earthed socket at home, single-phase charging naturally takes a while.
The "app connection" is realised via an AccessPoint. You connect to the device and can then call up a local website. I would like to see a "real" app or the possibility of integrating the wallbox into my WLAN at home. Maybe the manufacturer will add something here, which would be the icing on the cake for a mobile wallbox ;-)
All in all, the MAXOAK is a sufficiently equipped and well-made mobile charger. It is intuitive to operate and offers everything you need for everyday use.
Q1: Can this connect to a home router or do I have to connect my phone directly to the charger to use the app?
The unit has internal WiFi, so you can connect your device to that network and control and monitor the charger through a web page.
Q2: Would this work for a BMW x5 45e that only supports 16A max? Looking for future flexibility for other vehicles, but also expecting it to step down to 16A.
Yes, it supports 8, 10, 13, and 16 amp charging.
Q3: Can it charge a Tesla?
Yes, it can charge a Tesla, but you need to purchase the SAE J1772-to-Tesla adapter separately.
Q4: Can I plug this into my wall by myself?
The charger is designed to either be plugged into an outlet (which is not the standard household outlet) or to be hard-wired to the electrical panel. Installation should be handled by a licensed, qualified electrician.