E-Mobility
eMove360° Europe 2019

Trade fair info for eMove360°

See you in Munich!

Come to the world’s largest mobility 4.0 exhibition.
You will find us there from 15 to 17 October in hall A5 at booth 202. 

We are looking forward to an animated exchange of ideas.

System failure - don't wait till it happens

Lightning and surge protection for e-mobility

safeguards

  • your investment
  • economic viability and
  • customer satisfaction. 
     

Lightning effects and surges jeopardise the integrity of the sensitive electronics of charging systems. It is not only the charging posts which are at risk, but the customers’ vehicles. Downtime or damage can soon get expensive. 

So, make sure you have a comprehensive lightning and surge protection concept in place in the charging infrastructure and high-power charging parks.

Important standards for e-mobility

Protect the charging infrastructure and electric vehicles from damage caused by lightning and surges.

And, fulfil the requirements of IEC 60364, including the new "Requirements for special installations or locations – Supplies for electric vehicles" in IEC 60364-7-722.


What has to be considered for the charging infrastructure and what is new?

DEHNconcept

Have the entire protection concept for your charging infrastructure planned for you as a complete module. Comprehensive and individually adjusted to your requirements.

NEW: DEHNvap EMOB

DEHNvap EMOB is a universally applicable combined lightning current and surge arrester, based on RAC spark gap technology. This arrester has been especially conceived for use in and the requirements of power supply systems for the charging infrastructure.

It completely fulfils all the requirements of VDE AR-N 4100.

DEHN protects smart energy

Solutions for intelligent power grids

In the power grid of the future, power generation will be decentralised. An increasing number of distribution networks are drawing renewable energy
from PV systems and wind turbines and transporting it in all directions.

This means that today the flow of energy is multidirectional. Large-scale networks with a multitude of intelligent technologies are becoming the rule.

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