Installation manual
Business Pro & Lite 3.0


UK English - Original instructions | 19SREN11 | 12/2021
Shell EV Charging Solutions B.V. | Rigakade 20, 1013 BC | Amsterdam, Nederland | +31880109500
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Table of content
1. Preface
1.1. Original instructions
This manual has been translated into multiple languages. The original manual is written in UK English. All other language versions are translations of the original manual.
1.2. Copyright
The content of this manual is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. The content of this manual may only be copied, modified, reproduced, translated with express written permission from Shell EV Charging Solutions B.V. This manual may only be published, transmitted, displayed or made available to a third party with express written permission from Shell EV Charging Solutions B.V.
1.3. Disclaimer of liability
This manual is created for you with care.
We, however, do not guarantee that all information is complete, accurate and correct. Please check our website shellrecharge.com for the latest version of this manual. Our product must be installed by certified professionals. How our product should be installed and used depends on local circumstances and local and national regulation, which are not mentioned in our manual. Shell Recharge is not responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever caused – including without limitation, any indirect, personal or consequential loss or damage - arising from or in connection with the use of this manual. Nor does Shell Recharge accept any liability for any such loss or damage arising out of your reliance on any information contained in this manual. The manufacturer reserves the right to modify this manual without notification beforehand. If you find any unclarities or mistakes in this installation manual, or if you have any feedback or suggestions in general about this manual, please inform us at installationmanualfeedback@newmotion.com and mention the document version in the subject.
1.4. About this document
This manual contains technical descriptions and instructions for the following product:
Category of product
EVSE compatible with IEC 61851 Mode 3
Product name
Business Pro 3.0 Type 2 socket (603S020100L)
Business Pro 3.0 Cable (603C020100N)
Business Pro 3.0 Type 2S socket (603H020100L)
Business Pro 3.0 Type 2S socket and managed Schuko (603H020100L)
Business Lite 3.0 Type 2 socket (603S220100L)
Business Lite 3.0 Cable (603C220100N)
Business Lite 3.0 Type 2S socket (603H220100L)
Business Lite 3.0 Type 2S socket and managed Schuko (603H220100L)
This manual contains all instructions and safety information for installation and commissioning of the product.
This manual is intended for the qualified technician that installs the product.
1.5. Used symbols in this document
This manual contains safety warnings that may result in injury when ignored. Each safety warning is indicated with a signal word. The signal word corresponds with the level of risk of the described hazardous situation.
WARNING
Indicates that serious injury that may possibly lead to death can be sustained or that the product can suffer serious damage if the instruction is not followed correctly.
CAUTION
Indicates that minor to moderate injuries may be sustained or that the product may suffer damage if the instruction is not followed correctly.
_NOTICE_
Indicates that there is additional emphasis on the instruction, without direct risk for injury or damages.
1.6. Used abbreviations / terminology in this document
AC supply
Alternating current supply. Electrical device that supplies electric power to an electrical load, delivered by alternating current
cm
Centimeter
dBm
Decibel
DC
Direct current
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DIN-rail
A DIN rail is a metal rail of a standard type widely used for mounting circuit breakers and industrial control equipment inside consumer units or distribution boards.
Distribution board
A component of an electricity supply system that divides an electrical power feed into subsidiary circuits, while providing a protective fuse or circuit breaker for each circuit in a common enclosure (source: Wikipedia)
Dynamic Power Management
Dynamic Power Management
(D)SMR
(Dutch) Smart Meter Requirements
Electricity grid
An interconnected network for delivering electricity from producers to consumers
EV
Electric vehicle
EVSE
Electric vehicle supply equipment
EV-Ready
Born under the lead of automobile manufacturers Renault-Nissan EV-Ready mark is the result of a technical quality work done at numerous workshops with representatives of the all the players in this industry
GND
Ground
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
H × W × D
Height x Width x Depth
hPa
The abbreviated name for hectopascal (100 x 1 pascal) pressure units which are exactly equal to millibar pressure unit (mb or mbar)
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
kg
Kilogram
kW
Kilowatt
LED
Light-emitting diode
mA
Milliampere
MCB
Miniature circuit breaker. Can break a low voltage electrical circuit, in order to protect against overloading or short-circuiting.
MID certified
Measuring instruments directive certified. Required for energy meters that are used for billing purposes
mm
Millimeter
NFC
Near-field-communication
Nm
Newton meter
OCPP
Open charge point protocol
PCB
Printed circuit board
RCBO
Residual cirquit breaker with overcurrent protection. Protects an electrical installation against both excessive leakage currents and overcurrents caused by overloading or short-circuiting.
RCD
Residual current device. Monitors an electrical installation to detect any leaking current caused by overloading or short-circuiting.
RMS
Root mean square
TCP
Transmission control protocol
UTP
Unshielded twisted pair
V
Volt
W
Watt
ZE-Ready
ZE Ready is a mark registered by Renault. You can find all the information on the ASEFA and LCIE websites
2. Safety
2.1. Introduction
Observe the instructions in this manual before you start working with the product. If you fail to follow the instructions from this manual you can put yourself and others in danger.
Always comply with the information, such as labels and the nameplate, attached directly to the product and keep the information in a legible condition.
Comply with the most stringent of either the applicable laws and regulations or guidance from this manual.
2.2. Intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse
Business Pro & Lite 3.0 are charge point models intended for charging electrical vehicles compatible with IEC-61851 Mode 3 definition and requirements. Electrical vehicles and cables used with this charge point should always be undamaged and in their original state.
The Business Pro & Lite 3.0 are especially suited for larger parking areas where multiple charge points are needed. The Business Pro & Lite use Smart Charging solutions to evenly distribute the energy consumption throughout the connected charge points.
Dynamic Power Sharing can be realised by connecting multiple charge points with ethernet cables in a daisy-chain or star configuration. Every group of charge points consists of one Business Pro and up to 40 Business Lites, depending on the configuration used.
See chapter 3.6. Creating a project plan for more information.

The product must only be operated within its performance limits and under the permitted ambient conditions, see chapter 3.3. Technical specifications.

Use of adaptors, conversion adapters, or extension sets for cables is not allowed.

The following is considered foreseeable misuse:
use of adaptors, conversion adaptors or extension sets for cables.
use in an environment that varies from or exceeds the given environmental conditions.
use that varies from or exceeds the given operating conditions.
failure to comply with the instructions in this manual.
failure to eliminate faults, malfunctions or defects of the product that impose safety risks.
unauthorized removal or modification of parts or safety devices of the product.
use of spare parts or accessories that have not been approved by the manufacturer.
operation in a flammable and/or explosive environment.
2.3. Qualification of installer
Only authorised technicians are allowed to perform installation and maintenance of the product. They must possess the following qualifications:
are familiar and abide by the safety instructions and sections of this manual related to installation of the product;
are familiar with and abide by the applicable local, national and international laws and regulations;
are able to recognize the possible dangers of the product and take the necessary measures to protect persons and property.
2.4. Protective measures
2.4.1. Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Always wear PPE in line with the manuals of the tools you use.
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Wear insulating gloves while installing wires and electrical components to avoid damages from static discharge.
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Wear S3 class antistatic safety shoes.
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Wear safety goggles/glasses while drilling holes to protect your eyes from dust or other particles that may damage your eyes.
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Wear safety earmuffs while drilling holes to protect your ears from loud noises.
2.5. Residual risks
Despite the safe design and construction of the product and the prescribed protective measures, the product possesses residual risks. This manual provides safety messages to indicate these risks. The formatting and appearance of safety messages that are dedicated to a particular section or sentence is explained in chapter 1. Preface. For the overall safety messages see chapter 2.7. Safety precautions.
2.6. How to handle in case of an emergency
Look after your own safety first. Only if possible, cut the power as soon as possible.
2.7. Safety precautions
2.7.1. Electricity
WARNING
Always cut the power to the circuit before installing the product. Inform the customer about the power cut beforehand.
The electrical system must be voltage-free during the entire installation procedure. Failing to do so can lead to serious injury or even death.
The installation procedure must be carried out by a trained electrician who works in accordance with all relevant local laws and regulations.
Do not install in potentially explosive atmospheres and/or zones with high electromagnetic radiation and/or in flood-prone areas.
The charge point is connected to the electricity grid and even if the equipment is switched off, hazardous voltages may be present at the input terminals.
Do not carry out any work in rainy conditions or when the humidity is above 95%.
The safety guidelines are intended to ensure correct installation and usage. Any failure to comply with the valid safety guidelines or instructions provided in this manual may result in fire, electrocution or severe injury.
The charge point is a product in safety class I and is supplied with an earth terminal for protection purposes.
The AC input terminal blocks must be fitted with an uninterruptible earth for protection purposes. Ensure that the connection cables are fitted with fuses and circuit breakers.
Never replace a protection component with another type that decreases the safety level. First check the full installation to determine if that component can be used with the existing installation components.
Before you switch on the charge point, check that the available power source matches the configuration settings of the product, as described in this manual.
Tripping of the MCB, RCD or RCBO could be caused by an earth fault, leakage or a defect contactor. If, after resetting the MCB, RCD or RCBO, the device cannot be activated or immediately trips again; please contact Shell Recharge or your installer.
Do not use tap offs on live wires.
2.8. Labels
The warning labels and information signs on the product must be followed. The warning labels and information signs must be kept legible and must be replaced if necessary. For this purpose, contact the manufacturer.
3. Description of the product
3.1. Main parts
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1. RFID reader
2. LED status indicator
3. Identification label with serial number
4. Product details
5. Type 2 EV plug socket and cover lid, or dummy socket for tethered cable
3.2. Internal connections
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1. Terminal blocks
2. Phase L1 connection
3. Neutral connection
4. Earth connection
5. Earthing pole
6. Earthing point for pole mount
7. Ethernet port
8. Phase L2 connection
9. Phase L3 connection
10. Power cable clamp
11. Inlet for power cable

3.2.1. Internal connections for accessories
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1. Ethernet port
2. Additional isolator connector
3. Earthing tethered cable
4. On/Off-peak module connector
5. Tethered cable connection. Keep the same order as the connection above the contactor
6. Data cable inlet with grey rubber grommet
7. Data cable inlet with grey rubber grommet
8. Tethered cable clamp
9. Tethered cable inlet
L1 = connector 2
L3 = connector 6
L2 = connector 4
Neutral = connector 8
3.3. Technical specifications
Maximum of Business Pro charge points in one group
1
Maximum of Business Lite charge points per group
Daisy chain configuration: 15
Star configuration: 40
Models allowed in group
Business Pro & Lite 2.0 / 2.1 / 2.2 / 3.0
Max charge capacity
1-phase 32 A (7,4 kW)*
3-phase 32 A (22 kW)*
Factory configured charge capacity
1-phase 16 A (3,7 kW)**
3-phase 16 A (11 kW)**
Fail-safe current during data connection failure
8 A per phase
Electric safety category
Class I
DC fault current protection
According to IEC 62955
Built-in 6 mA fault current protection (≤ 10 sec.)
Dimensions (H × W × D)
503.5 × 200 × 137 mm
Weight
± 4.4 kg
IEC-62262 IK code (robustness)
IK10
IEC-60529 IP code (protection class)
IP54 (for indoor and outdoor use)
Max wire cross section
Solid wires: maximum 10 mm2;
Stranded wires: 6 mm2 with end ferrules.
Max length of tethered cable
7,5 meters
Diameter of tethered cable
16 mm
Certificates
IEC-61851-1
IEC-61851-22
EV-Ready 1.4 G & ZE-Ready 1.4 G
IEC-62262 -> IK10
IEC-60529 -> IP54
IEC-62955 -> 6 mA DC fault protection
kWh measurement
MID certified
A-weighted emission sound pressure level
<70 dB(A)
Connector type (socket model)
Type 2
Connector type (shutter model)
Type 2S - socket with shutter
Function for ventilation according to IEC-61851
Not included
Stand-by consumption
3-5 W
Operating temperature range
-30 °C to +50 °C
Operating humidity range
5% to 95%
Operating air pressure range
860 hPa to 1060 hPa
Mounting
Maximum socket mounting height
1.5 meter above ground
Advised socket mounting height
1 meter above ground
Mounting orientation
Vertical and upright position only

* The maximum charge capacity of the charge point depends on several factors. This includes; local rules & regulations, the type of EV, the grid connection at your location and the electricity usage of your building
** Contact Shell Recharge for changing charge capacity
*** Contact Shell Recharge for further information: +44 20 3868 1036 and press option 1

Communication
User interface
Multicolor LED
Authorization
RFID (NFC) Mifare 13.56 MHz
IEC 14443A
IEC 14443B
AutoCharge (through online portal)
Communication back office Business Pro 3.0
GPRS 2G / 4G LTE Cat 1 (minimal -80 dBm Vodafone partners)
Ethernet connection CAT5/CAT6 (DHCP, TCP 443, TCP80, TCP21)
GPRS 2/3/4G with mobile router***
Built-in Wi-Fi | Wi-Fi 5
Communication back office Business Lite 3.0
Ethernet connection with Business Pro CAT5/CAT6 (DHCP, TCP 443, TCP80, TCP21)
Backoffice protocol
OCPP 1.6-JSON
Communication mobile application
Bluetooth 5.0 (Bluetooth® Low Energy)
3.4. Networking
All charge points will need to be connected to the backoffice. The preferred option is to use a 2G/4G cellular connection on the Business Pro charge point. Because of the built-in SIM card, the Business Pro charge point will automatically connect to the Shell Recharge backoffice when powering up.
If no sufficient signal is available (minimum -80 dBm) a mobile router needs to be installed. The preferred option is to use a Wi-Fi connection between the charge point and the mobile router. Alternatively, an Ethernet cable can be used.
3.5. Smart Charging services
3.5.1. Phase rotation
Business Pro & Lite 3.0 charge points can be installed using a 3-phase power connection. However, many electric vehicles only use the first phase when charging. To avoid all 1-phase electric vehicles charging on the same phase, apply phase rotation to evenly distribute the energy consumption among all three phases. Phase rotation means alternating the order of the phase wires inside the charge point, at the bottom of the kWh meter. There are three possible phase rotation options. Good practice is to make sure that all three options are evenly distributed across all charge points.
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3.5.2. Dynamic Power Sharing
The Business Line uses Dynamic Power Sharing to evenly distribute the energy consumption throughout the connected charge points.
Dynamic Power Sharing sets a static maximum allowed current consumption for all the charge points within a group of a Business Pro. It can be realised by connecting multiple charge points with Ethernet cables in a daisy chain or star configuration. Every group of charge points consists of one Business Pro and up to 40 Business Lites, depending on the configuration used.
See chapter 3.6. Creating a project plan for more information.
The Business Pro & Lite charge points can use Dynamic Power Sharing to evenly distribute the energy consumption throughout the connected charge points.
Dynamic Power Sharing sets a static maximum allowed current consumption per phase for all the charge points within a group of a Business Pro.
It can be realised by creating a network configuration of multiple charge points with Ethernet cables in either a daisy chain configuration, star configuration or a combination of the two.
Every group of charge points consists of one Business Pro and up to 40 Business Lites, depending on the configuration used.
See chapter 3.6. Creating a project plan for more information on network configuration.

3.5.3. Dynamic Power Management for Business
Set a dynamic maximum current for all the charge points within a group of a Business Pro, by measuring the energy consumption of the building.
The Business Pro & Lite charge points can be equipped with Dynamic Power Management for Business for optimal use of the available power.
The EMpro power meter measures the entire energy consumption at the main grid connection and the Business Pro is instructed what the maximum grid capacity is during the commissioning of the system.
The Business Pro aggregates all the charge points within the charge point network to make sure that the total energy consumption does not exceed the grid capacity limit.
Dynamic Power Management for Business sets a dynamic maximum current for all the charge points within a group of a Business Pro, by measuring the real-time energy consumption of the building and subtracting it with the total energy consumption being used by the charge points.
It can be realised by creating a network configuration of multiple charge points with Ethernet cables in either a daisy chain configuration, star configuration or a combination of the two.
Every group of charge points consists of one Business Pro and up to 40 Business Lites, depending on the configuration used.
See chapter 3.6. Creating a project plan for more information on network configuration.
See chapter 7. Dynamic Power Management for Business (optional) for more information on installing the Dynamic Power Management for Business system.
3.6. Creating a project plan
Before installing the Business Pro & Lite 3.0 charge points, set up a project plan to make sure all the charge points are installed and interconnected correctly to realise the Smart Charging services, as described in chapter 3.5.
A project plan should contain at least the following information:
A blueprint of the parking lot with designated locations for all charge points;
A blueprint of the site with designated locations for all charge points, electrical wiring and protection and data cables;
Location of the Business Pro charge point;
Mounting method for each charge point;
Which charge points need to be 1-phase or 3-phase connected;
Backoffice connection method for the Pro charge point(s), there are three possibilities:
1. Cellular connection using the built-in SIM-card;
2. Ethernet connection to a nearby enabled internet router;
3. Ethernet connection to a separately available mobile Wi-Fi router.
Necessity of Dynamic Power Sharing, determine the maximum current per phase per charge point and the maximum current per phase, all charge points combined;
Configuration of phase rotation for each charge point, if applicable;
Necessity of Dynamic Power Management for Business, determine the maximum current per phase per charge point and the maximum current per phase of the grid connection;
Distance between each charge point, for cable length calculations;
Interconnectivity configuration for all charge point groups. The charge points must be interconnected in groups to enable Dynamic Power Sharing or Dynamic Power Management for Business. There are multiple network configurations possible:

Star configuration (preferred)
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Daisy-chain configuration*
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* Not advised for installations using Dynamic Power Management for Business. If Dynamic Power Management for Business is added to an existing daisy-chain configured installation, connect the Business Pro charge point, the first Business Lite charge point, and the Dynamic Power Management for Business module to a dedicated unmanaged network switch. (see figure 111).

Combination of daisy-chain and star configurations
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3.7. Nameplate
The product is marked in accordance with the applicable legislation requirements (see figure 8). The nameplate/marking is located on the right side of the product.
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4. Transport and storage
4.1. Transport
Do not drop the product and avoid bumping when transporting the product. Excessive vibrations during transport can lead to loosened connections and can influence proper functioning of the product.
4.2. Storage
Disconnect the product from the power supply when storing the product.
Always store the product in environmental conditions that fall within the ranges as stated in chapter 3.3. Technical specifications. Place the product back in the shipping box or cover the product to minimize exposure to dust, moist and protect it from damages.
5. Installation
5.1. Package contents
5.1.1. Business Pro & Lite 3.0
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1. Charge point (1×)
2. M8 × 12 mm PZ3 head bolt (5×)
3. M8 washer - small (5×)
4. M8 × 35 mm Allen bolt (4×)
5. M8 washer - big (4×)
6. Coloured grommet 10 - 22.5 mm (6×)
7. M4 × 12 mm Torx bolt (6×)
8. M4 × 20 mm Torx bolt (1×)
9. Plastic spacer (2×)
10. Earthing wire (1×)
11. Wall mounting bracket (1×)
For wall mount (use only if applicable)
12. Fuse box labels (2×)

5.1.2. Optional accessories
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1. Mounting pole
2. Concrete base
3. Tethered cable with dummy socket and grey socket plug
5.2. Installation materials (not provided)
5.2.1. Power cable
The electrician is responsible for selecting the power cable type and size & safety components appropriate for the specific situation and according to local regulations;
Wire for the current at the maximum charging speed of the charge point under continuous load;
Calculate with a power factor of 0.8;
Calculate with a maximum allowable voltage drop over the cable that is specified by local regulations.*;
Use shielded cable for underground cabling;
Cable thickness: Ø 10 - 22.5 mm;
Wire cross section
Solid wires: maximum 10 mm2;
Stranded wires: 6 mm2 with end ferrules.
_NOTICE_ The charge point can be limited between 6 A and 32 A, as described in chapter 8.3. Switching on the charge point.
*Shell Recharge is not responsible for voltage fluctuation in the grid. The electric vehicle may be more sensitive to voltage drop.

5.2.2. Data cable and network switch (optional)
Ethernet cable: Standard CAT5 or CAT6 UTP ground cable with T568B-wired RJ45 connectors;
_NOTICE_ When using a network switch, make sure you use an unmanaged switch. The Business Pro charge point is a DHCP server and works best when connected to an unmanaged network. Managed switches could be a possible solution, but are more prone to faulty networks.
The maximum length of data cables between two devices is 100 meters.
_NOTICE_ Install underground data cables in PVC conduits.

5.2.3. Earthing
The electrician is always responsible for selecting a cable cross-section appropriate for the specific situation and according to regulations;
TN-system: PE-cable (PEN conductor is not allowed);
TT-system: separately installed earthing electrode < 100 Ohm spreading resistance.
IT-system: only 1-phase compatible. Transformer required for 3-phase.

5.2.4. Required nominal input voltage at charge point
Single phase*: 230 V ± 10 % - 50 Hz
Triple phase*: 400 V (3 × 230 V + N) ± 10% - 50 Hz

* 3-phase charge point can also be connected to a 1-phase installation. In this case the charge point can only charge on 1-phase. Only connect L1 on the terminal block of the charge point;
* Some electric vehicles can have a smaller voltage tolerance than 10%. If you experience charging issues and see that the voltage is around the edges of the 10% voltage tolerance, check if the electric vehicle type is compatible to charge on your measured voltage.


5.2.5. Electrical protection
MCB
B- or C-characteristic*;
The installer must select a suitable MCB to match the charging limit of the charge point, taking into account MCB manufacturer specifications, selectivity rules, and EV-Ready guidelines.
_NOTICE_ Due to rising temperatures that occur under continuous load, derating of the overcurrent protection can happen. This causes the breaker to trip sooner than the rated current when temperatures within the consumer unit rise above 40 ºC, which is practically always the case when charging a vehicle. Therefore, it is advised to set a lower charging limit of the charge point than the rated current of the protection of the charge point:
Set the limit at 80% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into an existing consumer unit between other electrical components.
Set the limit at 90% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into a dedicated enclosure with sufficient cooling, or when a simultaneity factor of 1 has been used in the design of the consumer unit.

MCB requirements for EV-Ready according to EV17
Each charge point shall be individually protected by a circuit-breaker for overcurrent protection.
The circuit-breaker curve shall be:
curve B or C for single-phase charge point and mode 2 installations;
curve C for three-phase charge point.
Whatever the conditions of use (temperature,...), the design of the distribution of the installation will have to allow the supply of the power corresponding to the gauge of the charge point.
Overcurrent protection shall have a gauge of not less than 125 percent of the gauge of the charge point or the gauge of the supply in mode 2.
The charge point shall be protected by a circuit-breaker with a gauge:
20 A for a 16 A single or three-phase charge point;
25 A for a 20 A single or three-phase charge point;
32 A for a 25 A single or three-phase charge point;
40 A for a 32 A single or three-phase charge point;
80 A for a 63 A three-phase charge point.
RCD
According to IEC 60364-7-722:2015, this charge point must be installed with at least an RCD type A**
IEC 60364-7-722:2015, paragraph 722.531.2.101:

Except for circuits using the protective measure of electrical separation, each connecting point shall be protected by its own RCD of at least type A, having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30 mA.
Where the EV charging station is equipped with a socket-outlet or vehicle connector complying with the IEC 62196 series, protective measures against DC fault current shall be taken, except where provided by the EV charging station. The appropriate measures, for each connection point, shall be as follows:
RCD type B; or
RCD type A and appropriate equipment that ensures disconnection of the supply in case of DC fault current above 6 mA.
RCDs shall comply with one of the following standards: IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1, IEC 60947-2 or IEC 62423.

_NOTICE_ When installing according to EV-Ready guidelines, every type A RCD shall have a high immunity: type HPI, SI, HI, KV … depending on the supplier.
_NOTICE_ Use an RCD with neutral

RCBO
With overcurrent- and residual-current detection as described above.
_NOTICE_ The charge point is supplied with a DC fault detection device certified according to IEC 62955.
_NOTICE_ The charge point can be limited between 6 A and 32 A, as described in chapter 8.3. Configuration.

* B characteristic is advised due to the maximum allowed cable length and cost perspective;
** The electrician is responsible to select a suitable RCD to match the local rules and regulations. Please note that these may be different from the international rules and regulations.


5.2.6. Accessory cable for EV- and ZE-Ready installation
Use a power cable for the additional isolator with the following specification:
3 x 1,5-4 mm2 - L1, N + PE;
Use shielded cable for underground wiring.
5.2.7. Additional isolator for EV- and ZE-Ready installation
This charge point supports the connection of an additional isolation function, as described in the EV-Ready 1.4 G regulation (EV3). In the event that the contactor of the charge point should be welded, the built-in welding detection will trigger a signal to which an external additional isolator can be connected.
Four different additional isolators are advised, but are not exclusive:
ABB S2C-A2
Schneider IMX A9A26946
Legrand DX3 406278
Hager MZ203

5.2.8. Charge point mounting
For wall mounting, use 4 × coach screws (6 × 50 mm), washers and plugs.
For pole mounting on a concrete base, use fill sand to cover the hole of the concrete base for optimal stability.

5.2.9. Installation tools and materials
Make sure to have a basic electricians toolkit when installing a Shell Recharge charge point.
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Description
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Cabled ethernet connection.
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Data cable tester (RJ45).
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Ethernet connection - incoming data such as a Business Pro, upstream Business Lite or (mobile) router.
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Ethernet connection - outgoing data such as a downstream Business Lite or DPM for Business module.
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Fill sand.
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Cellular signal strength measuring tool.
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Pencil.
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Plug for mounting in wall (if applicable).
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Power drill and drill bits.
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RJ45 crimp tool.
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Spirit level.
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Tape measure.
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This is optional.
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Voltage tester.
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Caliper.
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PZ2 torque screwdriver.
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PZ3 screwdriver.
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Torx screwdriver (T20).
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Small slotted screwdriver.
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4 mm Hex screwdriver.
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Do not use screws.
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Power cable.
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No power.
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Retractable knife.
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Scissors
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Steel anchor.
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Wire stripper.
5.3. Preparation
Cut the power to the circuit on which you plan to install the charge point.
1. Apply proper lockout-tagout equipment for personal safety.
2. Prepare the cabling, RCD and MCB according to local rules and regulations. It is also possible to use an RCBO if local rules and regulations allow it.
3. Apply labelling to the used circuit on the consumer unit for future reference.
4. Update the schedule of circuits to include the charge point installation.
5. Check the project plan for the selected network connection method of the Business Pro charge point. If the method is not cellular, prepare an Ethernet cable from an internet enabled (mobile) router to the Business Pro charge point location.
_NOTICE_ Do not strip or attach a connector to the Ethernet cable on the charge point side yet.
6. Label the Ethernet cable on the charge point side for reference during installation.
7. Check the project plan for the interconnection configuration and distance between every charge point.
8. Check the project plan for implementation of Dynamic Power Management for Business. If Dynamic Power Management for Business is implemented in the setup, prepare an Ethernet cable from the main circuit board of the building to either the Business Pro charge point or the unmanaged network switch, depending on the interconnection configuration.
9. Label the Ethernet cable on the charge point side for reference during installation.
10. Prepare Ethernet cables between every charge point location.
_NOTICE_ Do not strip or attach a connector to the Ethernet cable on the charge point side yet.

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11. Twist the socket lid counterclockwise and pull it from the cover (see figure 11 1 2).
12. Pull the cover from the casing to open the charge point and access the internal components (see figure 11 3).
13. Check if all the connected wiring and internal components of the product are properly fastened.
Check the applicable method of installation and continue to the assigned chapter.

Wall mount
Pavement mount
Soil mount
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Go to chapter 6.3.1. Wall mount
Go to chapter 6.3.2. Pavement mount
Go to chapter 6.3.3. Soil mount

5.3.1. Wall mount

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NMA Wall mount - mount the wall bracket v2.ai
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1. Use a cable- or stud detector to determine that you will not hit anything when drilling into the wall.
_NOTICE_ Make sure the wall is strong enough to withstand the weight of the charge point.
2. Drill two Ø8 mm, 60 mm deep holes in the wall with 10 cm space in between (see figure 15).
3. Remove any excess dust from the holes in the wall, using a vacuum cleaner.
4. Insert the provided wall plugs into the holes, if applicable (see figure 15 1).
5. Secure the wall bracket to a wall at the appropriate height (± 90 cm) (see figure 15 2).
_NOTICE_ Use a spirit level to ensure the wall bracket is level.

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NMA Wall mount - Place the casing on the wall mount and mark the locations v2.ai
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6. Place the casing on the wall mount and mark the locations for the bottom fasteners (see figure 16).
7. Remove the casing from the mount and drill two holes for the bottom fasteners.
_NOTICE_ Check the fastener package for the correct diameter and depth.
8. Insert two wall plugs into the holes (if applicable).

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9. Remove the rear cable clamp (see figure 171).

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10. Punch a hole in the grey grommet(s) for the data cable(s) using a screwdriver.
11. Feed the Ethernet cable for incoming data through the right grommet, as seen from the back. (see figure 18)
_NOTICE_ For Business Pro charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Pro charge point is connected to the backoffice via Ethernet cable or cellular connection. In case of cellular connection, there is no Ethernet cable for incoming data.
12. Feed the Ethernet cable for outgoing data through the left grommet, as seen from the back.
_NOTICE_ For Business Lite charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Lite charge point is connected to a next Business Lite charge point. If this charge point is the last in the configuration, there is no Ethernet cable for outgoing data.

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BL3.0 Wall mount - secure the casing to the wall.ai
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13. Secure the casing to the wall using two provided M8 × 12 mm bolts, four M8 washers, and two 6 x 50 mm screws (not provided) (see figure 19).
_NOTICE_ Secure the supplied earthing cable between the casing and the bottom right screw, if required by local rules and regulations.

5.3.2. Pavement mount
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NMA Pavement mount - Mark holes on the pavement.ai
HA2.1. Pavement mount - Feed cabling through the pole.ai
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HA2.1. Pavement mount - Mount pole to floor v2.ai
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1. Place the pole on the pavement and mark the locations for the holes (see figure 20).
2. Remove the pole and drill holes into the pavement for the wedge bolts or chemical anchors.
_NOTICE_ Check the fastener package for the correct diameter and depth.
3. Secure the fasteners into the holes. Allow the chemical anchor to dry, if applicable.
4. Feed the power cable and data cable(s) through the pole (see figure 21).
5. Secure the pole to the fasteners using 4 washers and nuts (not provided) (see figure 22).
6. Remove any excess threaded rod, if necessary.

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BL3.0 Electrical connection - Insert power cable - no spacers - temp.ai
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7. Remove the rear cable clamp (see figure 231).
8. Insert the coloured grommet matching the power cable thickness into the rear input hole (see figure 232).
_NOTICE_ Use a caliper to measure the thickness of the power cable and determine the correct coloured grommet.
9. Feed the power cable approx. 15 cm through the coloured grommet. Lubricate if necessary (see figure 233).

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BL3.0 Insert UTP cable(s) no spacers.ai
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10. Punch a hole in the grey grommet(s) for the data cable(s) using a screwdriver.
11. Feed the Ethernet cable for incoming data through the right grommet, as seen from the back. (see figure 24)
_NOTICE_ For Business Pro charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Pro charge point is connected to the backoffice via Ethernet cable or cellular connection. In case of cellular connection, there is no Ethernet cable for incoming data.
12. Feed the Ethernet cable for outgoing data through the left grommet, as seen from the back.
_NOTICE_ For Business Lite charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Lite charge point is connected to a next Business Lite charge point. If this charge point is the last in the configuration, there is no Ethernet cable for outgoing data.

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BL3.0 Wall mount - secure the casing to the pole.ai
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13. Secure the casing to the pole using 4 provided M8 × 12 mm bolts and washers (see figure 25).
_NOTICE_ Secure the supplied earthing cable between the casing and the bottom right screw.

5.3.3. Soil mount
HA2.1. Soil Mount - Dig a hole
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1. Dig a 55 cm deep hole of approx. 25 × 40 cm wide (see figure 26).
CAUTION
There may be elements in the ground that you want to avoid hitting. check for any underground utilities before digging.
_NOTICE_ Do not dig much deeper than necessary, because this will loosen the soil and could decrease stability over the years.

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2. Place the pole on the concrete base.
3. Secure the pole to the concrete base using 4 provided M8 × 35 mm Allen bolts and washers (see figure 27).
4. Feed the power cable and optional data cable(s) through the pole (see figure 28).

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HA2.1. Soil mount - Fill up the hole with fill sand v2.ai
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5. Place the concrete base into the hole (see figure 29).
_NOTICE_ Ensure there is at least 5 cm distance between the top of the concrete base and the earth surface.
6. Fill up the hole with fill sand (not provided) (see figure 30).
_NOTICE_ Make sure the pole is level using a spirit level.
7. Pack the sand down around the pole to ensure that the pole remains stable over time.
_NOTICE_ Use a plate compactor to pack the sand down, especially when there have been civil works.

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BL3.0 Electrical connection - Insert power cable - no spacers - temp.ai
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8. Remove the rear cable clamp (see figure 311).

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BL3.0 Insert UTP cable(s) no spacers.ai
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9. Punch a hole in the grey grommet(s) for the data cable(s) using a screwdriver.
10. Feed the Ethernet cable for incoming data through the right grommet, as seen from the back. (See figure 32)
_NOTICE_ For Business Pro charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Pro charge point is connected to the backoffice via Ethernet cable or cellular connection. In case of cellular connection, there is no Ethernet cable for incoming data.
11. Feed the Ethernet cable for outgoing data through the left grommet, as seen from the back.
_NOTICE_ For Business Lite charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Lite charge point is connected to a next Business Lite charge point. If this charge point is the last in the configuration, there is no Ethernet cable for outgoing data.

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BL3.0 Wall mount - secure the casing to the pole.ai
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12. Secure the casing to the pole using 4 provided M8 × 12 mm bolts and washers (see figure 33).
_NOTICE_ Secure the supplied earthing wire between the casing and the bottom right screw.
5.4. Electrical connection
5.4.1. Power connection for TN and TT grid systems
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NMA Electrical connection - Strip power cable wires.ai
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1. Ensure you have ± 15 cm of free power cable, measured from the inlet grommet (see figure 34).
2. Remove ± 10 cm of the outer insulation from the power cable.
3. Strip ± 1 cm of the insulation from the five wires.

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BL3.0 Electrical connection - Insert power cable wires.ai
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4. Insert the stripped PE, N and L1 wires into the matching terminals (see figure 35).
_NOTICE_ Apply a torque of 2.4 Nm.
_NOTICE_ The L1 cable must always be connected to the grey terminal block.
To make optimal use of the available power of 3-phase connections, use phase rotation when installing multiple charge points. There are three possible phase rotations (see figures 36, 37 and 38).
CAUTION
If phase rotation is not correctly applied, Dynamic Power Sharing will not work correctly and could result in overloading the grid connection.
All charge points must be installed and connected in accordance to the installation procedure of this manual.
Always apply phase rotation at the bottom of the kWh meter.
Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
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BL3.0 Electrical connection - rotation option 2.ai
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BL3.0 Electrical connection - Insert phase 2+3 wires.ai
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5. Insert the stripped L2 and L3 wires into the bottom of the kWh meter. Apply a torque of 2.4 Nm (see figure 39).
6. Write down the applied phase rotation on the installation form on the back of the Quick Installation Guide. See chapter 8.5. Configuration.

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NMA Electrical connection - Insert earthing cable wire + power clamp.ai
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7. Secure the power cable with the cable clamp (see figure 40).
8. Insert the earthing wire into the earth terminal.

5.4.2. Power connection for IT grid systems
WARNING
This connection method is only suited for IT grid systems. Please note that this charge point can only be installed in 1-phase to an IT grid system. For a 3-phase installation a transformer needs to be applied. Follow the steps from chapter 5.4.1. Power connection for TN and TT grid systems if you have a TN or TT grid system.

IT and TT grid systems are mostly used in Norway and Albania, but also occur in Belgium, France, and Spain. These systems have no neutral connector and use 3 live conductors only, therefore they can only provide 230 Volt.

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NMA IT connection - Strip power cable wires.ai
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1. Ensure you have ± 15 cm of free power cable, measured from the inlet grommet (see figure 41).
2. Remove ± 10 cm of the outer insulation from the power cable.
3. Strip ± 1 cm of the insulation from the wires.

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BL3.0 IT connection - Insert power cable wires.ai
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To apply phase rotation the charge point installed on an IT grid system:

Phase rotation - Option 1 (see figure 43)
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connect L1 of the grid supply to L1 of the charge point terminal
connect L2 of the grid supply to the charge point N terminal
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Phase rotation - Option 2 (see figure )
connect L3 of the grid supply to L1 of the charge point terminal
connect L1 of the grid supply to the charge point N terminal
connect PE

Phase rotation - Option 3 (see figure )
connect L2 of the grid supply to L1 of the charge point terminal
connect L3 of the grid supply to the charge point N terminal
connect PE

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4. Secure the power cable with the cable clamp (see figure 44).
5. Insert the earthing wire into the earth terminal.
5.5. Tethered charging cable (optional)
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BL3.0 Electrical connection - Insert tethered cable - temp.ai
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1. Remove the front cable clamp (see figure 45 1).
2. Insert the coloured grommet matching the tethered cable thickness into the front input hole (see figure 451).
_NOTICE_ Use a caliper to measure the thickness of the tethered cable and determine the correct coloured grommet.
3. Feed the tethered cable through the coloured grommet. Lubricate if necessary (see figure 452).

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NMA Electrical connection - Insert tethered cable wires 2.ai
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4. Connect the red car-communication wire (see figure 46 1).
5. Insert the earthing wire into the PE terminal block (see figure 46 2).
6. Insert the tethered cable wires into the contactor (see figure 46 3).
_NOTICE_ Apply a torque of 3.5 Nm.

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NMA Electrical connection - Attach tethered cable clamp.ai
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7. Secure the tethered cable with the cable clamp (see figure 47).
5.6. EV- & ZE-Ready installation
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1. Remove the front cable clamp (see figure 48 1).
2. Push the grommet inside out (see figure 48 2).
3. Cut the front grommet to the correct size using a pair of scissors, matching the tethered cable thickness (see figure 48 3).
_NOTICE_ Use a caliper to measure the thickness of the accessory cable and determine the correct cut for the grommet.
4. Feed the accessory cable approx. 15 cm through the grommet. Lubricate if necessary (see figure 48 4).

5.6.1. Additional isolator
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NMA Electrical connection - Insert additional isolation cable wires.ai
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1. Remove ± 30 cm of the outer insulation from the accessory cable.
2. Strip ± 1 cm of the insulation from the wires.
3. Connect the L1, Neutral and Earth (PE) wires of the accessory cable to the charge point (see figure 49).

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NMA Electrical connection - secure additional isolation cable clamp.ai
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4. Secure the accessory cable in place with the cable clamp (see figure 50).
5. Follow the instructions supplied with the additional isolator for connecting the isolator in the consumer unit.

5.7. Wired interconnection
1. Take the Ethernet cable for incoming data coming from the left grommet, as seen from the front.
_NOTICE_ For Business Pro charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Pro charge point is connected to the backoffice via Ethernet cable or cellular connection. In case of cellular connection, there is no Ethernet cable for incoming data.
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2. Strip ± 2 cm of the outer insulation from the Ethernet cable.
3. Cut the wires in a straight line and insert the wires into an RJ45 connector in the T568B-standard order, matching the image (see figure 51).
4. Secure the connector to the wires using an RJ45 crimp tool.
5. Repeat steps 2 – 4 on the other side of the cable.
_NOTICE_ For interconnection between charge points: Make sure the other side of the cable is inserted through the grey grommet in the other charge point before securing the RJ45 connector.
6. Check if you have properly installed the connectors on both sides using an RJ45 cable tester.

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7. Plug the Ethernet cable for incoming data into the left Ethernet port of the charge point (see figure 52).
8. Repeat steps 2 - 6 for the Ethernet cable for outgoing data coming from the right grommet, as seen from the front.
_NOTICE_ For Business Lite charge points: Check the project plan to see if the Business Lite charge point is connected to a next Business Lite charge point. If this charge point is the last in the configuration, there is no Ethernet cable for outgoing data.
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9. Plug the Ethernet cable for outgoing data into the right Ethernet port of the charge point (see figure 53).
10. For Business Pro charge points: Plug the other Ethernet cable into a free Ethernet port on the router.
For Business Lite charge points: Plug the other Ethernet cable into the left Ethernet port on the next Business Lite charge point.
5.8. Finishing installation
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1. _NOTICE_ If there is no tethered cable installed, insert the black grommet in the front cable inlet (see figure 54).

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NMA Electrical connection - Attach cover.ai
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2. Ensure that the rubber seal on the edge of the casing is properly in place.
3. Place the cover on the casing (see figure 55).
4. Secure the cover to the casing by hand with 6 provided M4 × 12 mm Torx bolts, using a T20 screwdriver (see figure 55 1 & 2).

CAUTION
Do not use an electrical screwdriver to secure the bolts, this can damage the cover or casing.

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5. Place the grey lid slightly tilted counterclockwise into the socket hole on the cover (see figure 56).
_NOTICE_ In case you have installed the tethered charging cable, place the dummy socket instead (see figure 57).


6. Secure the grey lid to the cover by hand with the provided black M4 × 25 mm Torx bolt, using a T20 screwdriver (see figure 97).
_NOTICE_ In case you have installed the tethered charging cable, also insert the dummy lid screw cap (see figure 98).
CAUTION
Do not use an electrical screwdriver to secure the bolts, this can damage the cover or casing.

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7. Identify and place the provided fuse box labels under each installed protection device of the charge points in the distribution unit (see figure 58).
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6. Dynamic Power Management for Business (optional)
If the customer has purchased Dynamic Power Management for Business along with the charge point, install the Dynamic Power Management for Business equipment in the distribution board, following the steps below. If Dynamic Power Management for Business is not included in the project plan, proceed to chapter 8. Commissioning.
_NOTICE_ In chapter 5.3. Preparation, you have laid out a DPM data cable for this connection.
6.1. Package contents
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1. EMpro power meter
2. Rogowski current sensor
6.2. Internal connections
BL2.1. DPM-B connection - EMpro overview.ai
RC1, RC2, RC3
Current measuring input, Rogowski current sensor
W1, W2, W3
White signal cable of the Rogowski current sensors
B1, B2, B3
Blue signal cable of the Rogowski current sensors and shielding of the signal cable
U12, U23, U31
Voltage measurement from each Rogowski current sensor
L, N(L)
Power supply
V1, V2, V3, VN
Voltage measuring input
ETH
RJ45 Ethernet connection
PE
Functional ground
6.3. Technical specifications
6.3.1. EMpro power meter
General
Display
LCD display with two-color backlit
Voltage measurement range
100-230V AC or 150-250 V DC
Dimensions (H × W × D)
90 x 90 x 71.9 mm
Dimensions
5 DIN
Power consumption
≤4 W
Mains type
3-phase (3 or 4 conductor) and 1-phase (1 conductor)
Mains fuse
≤16 A
Operating mode
Indoor use
Compliance
CE

Compatible charge point models
Business Pro 3.0 (Cable)
19 _ _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite 3.0 (Cable)
18 _ _ _ _ _ _
Business Pro 2.2 (Cable)
09 1 _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite 2.2 (Cable)
09 0 _ _ _ _ _
Business Pro 2.1 (Cable)
09 1 _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite 2.1 (Cable)
09 0 _ _ _ _ _
Business Pro 2.0 (Cable)
08 1 _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite 2.0 (Cable)
08 0 _ _ _ _ _
Business Pro (View)
09 5 _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite (View)
08 5 _ _ _ _ _
Business Pro (Schuko)
09 9 _ _ _ _ _
Business Lite (Schuko)
08 9 _ _ _ _ _

Ambient conditions
Operating temperature range
-10 - 55ºC
Storage temperature range
-40 - 70ºC
Maximum altitude
≤ 2000 m
Operating humidity range
≤95% (non-condensing)
IEC-60529 IP code (protection class)
IP40 (Display, IP20 (Housing)

Device interface
Communication protocol
REST API over Ethernet
Connection method
RJ45
Recommended cable
Standard CAT5 or CAT6 UTP ground cable with T568B-wired RJ45 connectors;

Standard configuration of EMpro power meter
PIN code
0100
IP address
192.168.11.30

Input data
Measuring principle
True RMS value measurement
Measured value
AC sine (50/60 Hz)
Voltage measurement range
35 - 690 V AC Phase/Phase
20 - 400 V AC Phase/neutral conductor
Voltage measurement accuracy
0.2%
Input name
Current measurement RC1, RC2, RC3
Current measurement maximum input current
4000 A
Response threshold from measuring range nominal value
5 A
Voltage measurement accuracy
1%

Current, voltage and supply connection
Connection method
Screw connection
Stripping Length
8 mm
Screw thread
M3
Conductor wire cross section
0.2 - 6 mm2 Solid
0.2 - 4 mm2 Flexible
26 - 14 AWG
Torque (Nm)
0.5 - 0.6 Nm

6.3.2. Rogowski current sensor
General
Insulation
Double insulation
Rated insulation voltage
1000 V AC (RMS CAT III)
600 V AC (RMS CAT IV)
Basic accuracy
< ±0.21%
Conductor structure single line
2x 0.22mm2 (Signal) tinned
1x 0.22mm2 (Shielding) tinned

Dimensions
Length of measuring coil
300 mm
Diameter of measuring coil
8.3 mm ±0.2 mm
Length of signal cable
3000 mm
Measuring coil diameter when installed
95 mm
6.4. Installing the Dynamic Power Management for Business module
WARNING
The electrical system must be voltage-free during the entire installation procedure. Failing to do so can lead to serious injury or even death.
Apply appropriate lock-out tag-out equipment after the electrical system has been made voltage-free.
_NOTICE_ Carefully read the installation manual of the EMpro power meter and the Rogowski current sensors before proceeding with the installation.


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1. Locate the main grid connection of the building, from which all energy consumption of the entire building is taken (see figure 61).

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2. Mount the EMpro power meter on a free slot on a DIN-rail in the distribution board near the main grid connection (see figure 62).

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3. Mount the Rogowski current sensor(s) around the phase wire(s) of the main grid connection at the location determined in step 1 (see figure 63).
_NOTICE_ It is very important that the L1 of the Rogowski current sensor is also the L1 in the phase rotation configuration!

_NOTICE_ Make sure the arrow on the current sensors is pointing along with the direction of the current.

_NOTICE_ Make sure that the current sensors are not too close to each other, otherwise they may interfere and give a disturbed signal.

_NOTICE_ See the Rogowski current sensor manual for more information.

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4. Insert the wires for the power supply into the connectors on the bottom of the EMpro power meter (see figure 64).
5. Connect the EMpro power meter to a present or new circuit breaker in the distribution board with a maximum overcurrent protection of 16A (see figure 64).
_NOTICE_ The power supply must comply with the specifications as stated in chapter 6.3. Technical specifications.
_NOTICE_ See the EMpro power meter manual for more information.

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6. Insert the wires of the Rogowski current sensors into the matching connectors on the EMpro power meter (see figure 65).
_NOTICE_ Make sure to match L1, L2 and L3 of the grid connection with L1, L2 and L3 on the EMpro power meter.
The EMpro power meter is now installed and prepared for connection to the charge point.
6.5. Connecting the Business Pro charge point to the EMpro power meter
Connect the charge point to the EMpro power meter on the distribution board following the steps below.
1. Take the DPM for Business data cable that leads to the distribution board.
2. Strip ± 2 cm of the outer insulation from the DPM for Business data cable.

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3. Cut the wires in a straight line and insert the wires into an RJ45 connector in the T568B-standard order, matching the image (see figure 66).
4. Secure the connector to the wires using an RJ45 crimp tool.
5. Repeat steps 2 – 4 on the other side of the cable.
6. Check if you have properly installed the connectors on both sides using an RJ45 cable tester.

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7. Plug the RJ45 connector into the data port on the bottom of the EMpro power meter (see figure 67).
8. Connect the EMpro power meter to the Business Pro charge point in one of the following three configurations.
_NOTICE_ Check the project plan for the correct interconnection configuration for the EMpro power meter.

Star configuration
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Combination of daisy-chain and star configurations
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7. Commissioning
7.1. Installation form
Every group of interconnected charge points consists of one Business Pro charge point and up to 40 Business Lite charge points. It is important to identify this charge point in every group. This charge point manages all the connected Lite charge points.
For the configuration to be successful, please fill in the installation form on the back of the Quick Installation Guide during the installation of the charge points. Use one installation form for each group of interconnected charge points.
_NOTICE_ See the example installation form below for more information on how to fill in the form.
The installation form can also be found in Appendix .

A
B
C
D
E
F
Charge point type
Parking spot location
Serial no.
Max. current (A)
Phase rotation option used
Online?
L1-L2-L3
L3-L1-L2
L2-L3-L1
Pro
Parking spot B4
0 9 5 0 0 0 0 4
25
Lite
Parking spot B5
0 8 1 0 1 2 6 6
25
Lite
Parking spot B6
0 8 1 0 1 2 5 3
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A. First fill in the details of the Business Pro charge point. Then fill in the details of the Business Lite charge point connected directly to the Business Pro charge point and continue with the details of each Business Lite charge point in the order of interconnection.
B. Write down the parking spot or location ID on which the charge point is installed for easy identification during operation, analysis, and possible troubleshooting.
C. Write down the serial number of the charge point. The serial number can be found on the sticker on the right side of the charge point (see figure 1).
D. Write down the maximum current per phase for each charge point.
E. Check the used phase rotation option* for each charge point. It is good practice to use the three options in sequence to ensure even distribution across all phases.
* Possible phase rotation options:
Option 1: L1, L2, L3
Option 2: L3, L1, L2
Option 3: L2, L3, L1
See chapter 3.6. for more information on phase rotation.
F. Scan the QR-code at the bottom of the form and fill in the serial number to check if the charge point is online.
_NOTICE_ If the installation form is full, use a new installation form from the back of another Quick Installation Guide. One is provided with every charge point. Copy the details of the Business Pro charge point in the first row to show that the Business Lite charge points are part of the same group.

Charge capacity settings
Value (A)
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Max. current per phase of all charge points combined


Max. current per phase of the grid connection (optional for DPM for Business)


The fallback current of the charge point group (optional for DPM for Business)



Fill in the maximum current per phase of the grid connection and the maximum current per phase for all charge points combined at the bottom of the installation form.
_NOTICE_ The fallback current of charge point group is the energy that is always available on site for the charge point group. In case the Dynamic Power Management for Business module is disconnected, the maximum current per phase of all charge points combined will fall back to this value.
7.2. Checks before switching on
1. Measure the insulation resistance (IR), this needs to be >1MΩ.
2. Check if all screws and connections are securely fastened.
3. Check if all phase wires are properly connected.
4. Check if the data cables are properly wired.
5. Measure if the voltage on the applied MCB, RCD or RCBO in the consumer unit is within 10% of 230V between the phase(s) and neutral, before turning on the protection device of the charge point.
6. Check if the electrical protection is correctly labeled as described in chapter 5.8.
7. Check if the schedule of circuits includes the charge point installation.
7.3. Switching on the charge point
1. Switch on the power to the circuit on which the charge point is installed.
The charge point starts up and the LED will first blink red and then green.
2. Wait until the LED stops blinking and stays off. This may take 5 - 10 minutes.
_NOTICE_ First switch on the Business Pro, and wait until the charge point is properly connected before switching on the Business Lite charge points that are connected to the Business Pro.
_NOTICE_ Tripping of the MCB, RCD or RCBO could be caused by an earth fault, leakage or a defect contactor. If, after resetting the MCB, RCD or RCBO, the device cannot be activated or immediately trips again; please contact Shell Recharge or your installer.
7.4. Configuration
All Shell Recharge charge points need to be configured to work correctly, but the configuration process is different per charge point type.
The Business charge points need to be configured by the Shell Recharge Installation helpdesk. Fill out the installation form before calling the Installation helpdesk.
_NOTICE_ As per December 2021, the Business charge points will be able to use the Installer app for configuration and the Installation helpdesk no longer needs to be called after an installation.

7.4.1. Network connection
All Shell Recharge charge points need to be configured to work correctly, but the configuration process is different per charge point type.
The Business charge points need to be configured by the Shell Recharge Installation helpdesk.
Fill in the Installation form before calling the Installation helpdesk.
_NOTICE_ As of December 2021, the Business charge points will be able to use the Installer app for configuration and the Installation helpdesk no longer needs to be called after an installation.

7.4.2. Configuration settings - Standard business installation
Fill in the required settings on the Installation form, fill in the answers in Ampere per phase.
Phase rotation of each charge point.
Select whether you have applied phase rotation option 1, 2, or 3.
The charging limit of every charge point.
Configure the charging limit as described in the MCB specifications of chapter 5.2.4.. The value for the charging limit is set in Ampere and applies to all phases. It can be adjusted in steps of 1 A.
Set the limit at 80% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into an existing consumer unit between other electrical components.
Set the limit at 90% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into a dedicated enclosure with sufficient cooling, or when a simultaneity factor of 1 has been used in the design of the consumer unit.
The charging limit of the charge point group.
This is Dynamic Power Sharing.

7.4.3. Configuration settings - Dynamic Power Management for Business
When Dynamic Power Management for Business is applied, also the following features will have to be configured. Fill in the required settings on the Installation form.
Capacity of the grid supply.
This is the contracted supply of the site and the value in current per phase which the Dynamic Power Management for Business system is supposed to guard.
Fallback current of the charge point group.
In case the Business Pro charge point loses connection to the Dynamic Power Management for Business module, the charge point group will not charge more than this value.
_NOTICE_ The charge point will have to reboot at the end of the configuration for the changes to take effect.

7.4.4. Electrical protection
1. Select whether you have installed the charge point with a Dynamic Power Management module or as a stand-alone unit.
2. Set for a stand-alone installed charge point the rated current of the overcurrent protection and the charge point limit.
3. Also set the capacity of the grid connection when Dynamic Power Management is installed.
Capacity of the grid connection
The rated current of the main MCB or fuse at the grid connection of the house.
Overcurrent protection
You have installed the charge point on a dedicated protection device. Use the rated current of that protection device to configure the charge point. This device is also called an MCB or an RCBO.
Charging limit of the charge point
Configure the charging limit as described in the MCB specifications of chapter 5.2.4. The value for the charging limit is set in Ampere and applies to all phases. It can be adjusted in steps of 1 A.
Set the limit at 80% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into an existing consumer unit between other electrical components.
Set the limit at 90% of the rated current, when the overcurrent protection is built into a dedicated enclosure with sufficient cooling, or when a simultaneity factor of 1 has been used in the design of the consumer unit.
_NOTICE_ The charge point will reboot at the end of the app flow for the configuration change to take effect.

7.5. Testing the installation
Before completion it is crucial to thoroughly test the installation and correct functioning of the charge point.

7.5.1. Electrical installation
Test the electrical installation using an EVSE testing adaptor and an installation tester.
Make sure to measure that at least the following are according to local rules and regulations:
Voltage
the external fault loop impedance (Ze)
the total system fault loop impedance (Zs)
Built-in DC fault detection
RCD

7.5.2. Functional
RFID
Make sure that you have tested the RFID reader by swiping an RFID token to start a charge session.
Charge
Use your EVSE testing adaptor to ensure the correct functioning of the charge point.

7.5.3. Dynamic Power Management for Business (optional)
1. Double-check and make absolutely sure that the L1 of the Rogowski current sensors is also the L1 in the phase rotation configuration!
a. Measure the voltage between L1 of the main switch and L1 of the module. The measurement should be 0V.
b. Repeat this for L2 and L3. If there is no voltage between the measured contacts, they have to be the same phase.
Check the following values on the interface of the Dynamic Power Management for Business module:
1. Check if the voltage measurement (V) is ~230V between L-N and ~400V between L-L.
2. Check if the current measurement (I) on each phase is as expected.
3. Check the power measurement (P) values. All the values should be positive when there are no solar panels or other energy producers installed.
_NOTICE_ If there is a minus symbol on one of the 3 phases, and there is no solar system installed, the direction of the Rogowski current sensors is incorrect.
Fix this by inverting the white and blue wires of the corresponding Rogowski current sensor at the Dynamic Power Management for Business module.
4. Check the power factor (PF). Generally, a power factor of 0.8 or above is considered a good power factor. If there is a peculiar value, it is because the meter is not measuring the voltage and current on the same phase. When there are two peculiar values, it can be corrected by simply swapping the blue and white wires of the Rogowski current sensors of those phases at the Dynamic Power Management for Business module.
5. Contact your local Shell Recharge Installation desk to have the Dynamic Power Management for Business system configured. Keep the filled-in installation form at hand for easier configuration.
7.6. Handover the installation
1. Take clear pictures and send them to your Shell Recharge Installation desk of:
the Installation form(s);
every charge point where the electrical and data connections (power cables, tethered cables, data cables) are clearly visible, including the serial number of the concerning charge point;
the main distribution board and relevant sub-distribution board(s) before and after the installation;
civil works before and after the installation;
Dynamic Power Management for Business module, when applied.
2. Schematics of delivered installation, including:
the location of charge points;
routing and length of power and data cables;
type of power and data cable and applied protection devices;
parking spot ID's as described on the Installation form;
network switches;
distribution boards;
Dynamic Power Management for Business module, when applied.
3. Archive the Installation form securely for future use, like troubleshooting or expansion of the installation.
_NOTICE_ A good place to store the Installation form is along with the schedule of circuits of the installation in the distribution board.
8. Regular use
8.1. Start charging
1. Connect your car to the charge point by plugging in the charging cable.
If AutoCharge is configured, a charge session will start automatically.
If you have to identify first;
2. Swipe your charge token above the charge point light.
First the LED will flash green to authenticate the card, after authentication, the session will start.
When the car has delayed charging configured, the LED will remain green, until both the car and charge point allow the charging to start.
_NOTICE_ If the charge point light is blinking red, the session is not authorised.
_NOTICE_ With some vehicles it is necessary that the car is locked before the charging process is started. If charging does not start immediately, check the settings of the vehicle to ensure that no delayed charging is active.
8.2. Stop charging
To stop charging when AutoCharge is configured, unlock the charging cable at the side of the electric vehicle.
To stop charging when charge token authentication is configured, swipe the same charge token that has been used to start the charge session.
8.3. Explanation of the charge point light
LED - Full or waiting to charge.ai
Full or waiting to charge
LED - Green blinking 3×.ai
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