Recharging points for electric vehicles

The use of electric and hybrid vehicles is an everyday more extended reality. Its European annual growth rate is continuously increasing, which implies a significant decrease of CO2 emissions. In inQuo we are installers of recharging points for electric vehicles, covering any indoor or outdoor need:

  • Recharging point in private garages

  • Recharging points in communal carparks

  • Recharging points in public carparks

  • Outdoor recharging points (industries, public administrations,…)

What do we provide?

Feasibility study, management and processing the electric company election;  low power electric project; the recharging point’s installation besides managing and maintaining it.

There is available a wide range of recharging points, including ZE Reeady Renault (EVReady), in order to cover the different market options.

Connector type:

Schuko Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 Tipo 5
Diagram Enchufe Schuko Enchufe Schuko Enchufe Schuko Enchufe Schuko Enchufe Schuko Enchufe Schuko


CEE 7/4 Tipo E/F SAE J1772 (Yazaki) Mennekes EV Plug-in Alliance (scame, Legrand, Scheneider Electric) CHAdeMO COMBO


3 (two electrical and one grounding )

5 (two electrical and one grounding and two communication pins)

7 (three electrical, one grounding and two communication pins)


16 A ca single-phase (3,7kW)

32 A ca single-phase a (7,4kW)

63 A ca three-phase (43kW)

16 A ca single-phase a 32 A ca three-phase (22kW)

125 A cc (50kW)

200 A ca (100kW)


230 V ca single-phase

250 V ca single-phase

500 V ca single-phase

500 V ca three-phase 250 V ca single-phase

500 V cc

500 V cc


Renault Twizy, electric bikes and motorbikes, any car with a Occasional charger (OC)

Nissan Leaf, eNV 200, Mitsubishi iMiev, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV…

Renault ZOE, Kangoo ZE, Tesla, Smart fortwo ED, BMW i3…

Nissan Leaf, eNV 200, Mitsubishi iMiev…

BMW i30, Volkswagen e-UP…

Recharging modes:

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 Mode 4


Electric vehicle connected to the supply network though a domestic or industrial connection

Connection of the electric vehicle to the network via a specific cable equipped with a device that integrates a pilot recharge control function

Direct connection of the electric vehicle to a specific recharging station.

Direct current connection of the electric vehicle to a outdoor recharging station.


Differential and thermal protection is required

Differential and thermal protection is required

The pilot control function expands to the SAVE control system

Protections included in the recharging station

Type of charge

AC power  (alternating current)

AC power

AC power

DC power  (direct current)

Maximum Poer

16 A por fase (3,7kW – 11kW)

32 A por fase (7kW – 22kW)

3,7kW – 44kW 50kW

Domistic environment. Schuko electrical outlet


Charging infrastructure type schuko and Pilot in wire.


Charging intrastructure type Mennekes and wire


Quick CD charging infrastructure (CHAdeMO adn Combo)


Charging Types:

Normal Medium Quick


230 V Single-phase

400 V Three-pase

500 V Direct


16 A 32 A 32 A 63 A 125 A


3,7kW 7,4kW 22kW 43kW 50kW
Type 1
Type 2
Type 1
Type 2
Type 2 Type 2 CHAdeMO

Houses, private garajes,…

Malls, streets,…

Roadside strategic points


8 h 4 h 30 min 1 h 30 min 45 min 30 min

The importance of a proper recharging infrastructure where users of electric vehicles can refuel with electricity their batteries safely and efficiently is essential to be able to develop the electric mobility. Therefore, the introduction of electric vehicles in the transport sector should include parallel both the technological evolution of batteries and the creation of a network of charging points, allowing users to charge their vehicles from a reliable and practical way.

Today there already are a very wide range of electric vehicles circulating on the streets and virtually every brand has a strategic business line devoted to this, forecasting an increase in manufacturing and an expansion of the range in the short run. For this reason, according to the electric vehicle, its recharging system, its security standards and the infrastructure requirements, the following axes are created. They help us to define a specific charging point:

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