After setting up your charging location, you can indicate that you want to connect your home charger to the Jedlix app. To connect it, use your home charger's app login details.
Once this is connected, Jedlix can manage the car's charging sessions by sending “start” and “stop” signals to the charging station. This way, your car will charge during the cheapest and most sustainable moments of your energy tariff. Of course, the goal is to make sure your car is charged to your chosen battery level by your specified departure time.
The advantage of supporting different home charger brands is that any EV, regardless of its connectivity with the Jedlix app, can be a part of our grid balancing services and more drivers join our Smart Charging community!
- Non-connectable Car
Jedlix can only retrieve information about the battery status of your EV if it is connectable and also connected with the Jedlix app.
If your car is not connectable, Jedlix assumes that the battery level is 0% when you start a smart charging session. In this way, we ensure that the battery is always charged with at least 90%.
Due to our intelligent steering, Jedlix will charge the car at the most beneficial moments; however, sometimes, we can start charging sooner than you would expect.
Check out the different functionalities when you have a non-connectable car and an Easee charging robot in the following FAQ: How do I enter my Smart Charging settings?
- Connectable Car:
When you use a connectable charging station with a connectable car, Jedlix will steer the charging process via the charging station based on your car data. This provides Jedlix with more insights and allows you to smart charge your car with even more functionalities.
Check out the different functionalities in the following FAQ: How do I enter my smart charging settings?
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