EV Charger Installation Guidelines
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We offer bespoke installation in the UK for every Andersen EV Charger we sell.
Our Standard Installation costs £400. We also run our Andersen Local Installer network, using accredited engineers specifically trained to install your Andersen charge point.
Where do I start?
The first thing to do is to check your supply fuse amperage.
It is preferable to have a 100A main fuse. This is required to allow the load of the charge point.
If you have a 60A main fuse it is advisable to upgrade your supply to 100A. Upgrades are carried out by your electricity power network.
You can find your main fuse linked to your electricity supply meter. There should be a label on the side of the fuse showing the Amp rating.
If not please call your electricity provider to clarify your fuse rating.
If you have 60amps, we can install an Andersen EV charger but will to reduce it’s power so it doesn’t overload the incoming supply.
The reduction of power is subject to the current loading on your property. We can only determine this on the day of installation.
With a single incoming fuse, as shown above, you will able to charge at a maximum of 7kw.
Fast 22kW Charging
A 22kW charger has the capability to charge your EV up to 22kW per hour. It is 3 times faster than a 7kW charger. 22kW charging can only be supported by households that have a three-phase electrical set up. Most houses in the UK are single-phase and can only support a maximum 7kW charging output.
Below is how you can determine if you have a three-phase electricity supply.
Read more installation FAQs here
How do I know if I’ve got 7kW standard installation?
Most 7kW installations are standard, but there are a few occasions where additional work is necessary.
Find out if you come under Standard Installation in the table below.