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How load balancing works

Electric car load balancing is a vital component of the new infrastructure. It allows charging stations to share available power supply among charging cars, ensuring charge even when the charging station has limited available power supply.

Load balancing provides smart charging, which sets and regulates charging management across charging stations to maximize efficiency while avoiding overload or increasing power supply costs. It guarantees that an electric car in a family, restaurant, or company fleet is prepared for each day's problems in the same way that traditional gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles are. 
CTEK’s NANOGRID, an advanced load balancing solution 

NANOGRID-Load Balancing system is one of the many great innovations provided by CTEK. Its function is the smart power distribution from a cluster of electric vehicle charging points when they are being accessed by not only one but several electric vehicles, intending to ensure the total incoming supply capacity is not exceeded.

When used in a cluster, CTEK's NANOGRID provides scalable load balancing to guarantee that the incoming electrical supply is not overburdened due to excessive charger use. No matter if it is at your home, office, or commercial property, NANOGRID provides you smart overload protection with adjusted and optimized power availability. To provide efficient charging, NANOGRID comes in three different modules, to make efficient your home, office, and commercial EV charging requirements. 

Unique architechture

NANOGRID's architecture is unique in that it automatically analyses available capacity and determines how much power a vehicle requires. Following the completion of the analysis, the charging units will distribute electricity based on the maximum capacity of the connection. Electric cars may always be charged using this technology, even if the installation has limited capacity.

The load balancing method is based on the wall boxes communicating over Ethernet. When the system is set up, each device is given power and an Ethernet cable. A shared switch connects the stations. The system does not need to be linked to the internet to function because local communication between the devices is sufficient.

The system monitors and manages the power outlets in the charging stations as well as the grid that enters the property. The primary fuse size is fed into the grid control board. This is all our system needs to assure electricity stability throughout the property network.