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Installation Manual for Trydan Pro

Installing an e-Charger is a crucial process for its proper functioning. Hence, it’s imperative to grasp the risks involved, the essential steps, and the necessary tools needed for a secure and prosperous installation.

Within this manual, we’ve compiled comprehensive information to guide you seamlessly through the installation of our Trydan Pro e-Charger. Here, you’ll discover all the essentials to execute this task with accuracy.

Please note that this manual is subject to modification without prior notice. The images provided herein are for representation purposes and might differ slightly from the actual products.

Tools necessary for installation



Crown drill bit


Measuring tape

Leveller and pencil

Accessories provided with the recharging point

Cable glands

N+Plus Nylon Plug 6x30mm.

Zinc-plated star screw with 04,8x32mm.

Plug BLG Barrel BK

Pan head screw with 3x6mm washer.

Methacrylate protector with Ø6mm holes.



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Follow these steps to install the Trydan Pro e-Charger

Ensure appropriate distances for safe installation.

Position the template over the installation area and use a pencil to mark the drilling points.

Use a 6mm drill bit to drill over the marked drilling points.

Insert the 6x30mm Taco N+Plus Nylon plugs into the drilled holes.

Using the crown bit, drill a hole on the top of the charger’s case. Install the cable gland and thread the cable through it.

Mount the e-Charger on the wall, aligning the holes with the previously drilled holes.

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Insert the 4.8x32mm zinc-plated pan-head screws into the holes, and then secure them in place with the plugs.

Connect the wires to the protections (if present) or directly to the electrical terminals (if protections are not present).

Attach the acrylic plexiglass protector using 3×6.8mm screws.

Wiring installation

The power supply line must be linked to an existing installation in accordance with local regulations. It is imperative to adhere to applicable national and international installation standards, such as IEC 60364-1 and IEC 60364-5-52.

Selection of the appropriate residual current circuit breaker (RCD)

Each charging station should be connected to its dedicated residual current circuit breaker. No other current circuits should be connected to this particular residual current circuit breaker. Ensure that an appropriately rated current (IN) is selected for the circuit breaker in accordance with the standards of each respective country.

Sizing the circuit breaker (MCB)

Calculate the rated current based on the information provided on the rating plate, considering the selected load power and the supply line. Depending on national regulations, additional protective elements may need to be added.

Sizing of the supply line

When sizing the installation, do so according to the current state-level regulations. Take into account the temperatures the cable may endure, considering the load characteristics.

Network connection device

The charging station lacks a power switch. The mains connection is managed by the differential and circuit breaker in the supply line. The charging station remains operable at all times and is only switched off during periods of infrequent use.

Electrical installation configuration

Single-phase configuration. Wire connections should be made to the terminal following the illustration in the provided drawing: green/yellow wire (1) to grounding or equipotential bonding (PE), blue wire (2) to neutral (N) and brown wire (3) to phase R (L1).

Three-phase configuration. Connect the wires to the connection terminal following the provided drawing: green/yellow wire (1) for grounding or equipotential bonding (PE), blue wire (2) for neutral (N), brown wire (3) for R Phase (L1), black wire (4) for S Phase (L2) and grey wire (5) for T Phase (L3).

Single-phase configuration with protections. Wire connections should be made to the connection terminal as shown in the enclosed drawing: brown wire (1) to terminal N, blue wire (2) to terminal L and green/yellow wire (3) to terminal PE.

How to fit and remove the hose

Hose setup steps

  1. Insert the hose into the hose holder and ensure there is a small gap at the bottom to avoid interference with the integrated locking clip.
  2. Slide the hose downward until it securely engages with the integrated locking clip.

Hose removal steps

  1. Slide the hose upwards to release it from the locking clip.
  2. Pull the hose outwards to remove it from the holder.

Configure connection

Three Connection Options

To enjoy maximum connectivity, it is essential to select the type of network connection you desire through the V2C Cloud smartphone application. You can configure the Trydan Pro connection to the network in three different ways: via WiFi, Ethernet, or 4G. To do this, you must follow these steps:

Attention! Remember that you must select the type of connection through the V2C Cloud mobile application for the charger to recognize the network connection used. By default, Trydan Pro will be connected via 4G automatically to the network.

WiFi Connection

You can establish the network connection through the first option ‘WiFi’ in the ‘Configure Connection’ section.

To set up the first WiFi connection, it is essential that Bluetooth is active. Therefore, your mobile’s Bluetooth signal must be active, and you must be located within a few meters of the e-Charger. It is essential to have a stable connection.

To connect via WiFi, select the desired WiFi network name (SSID) and the corresponding password.

If the network you want to use does not appear in the list, enter the wireless network data exactly as it appears on the router (respecting uppercase and lowercase letters) and enter the password.

Once the connection is established, the e-Charger will proceed to restart. After a few minutes of restarting, verify that the e-Charger has the WiFi icon active. If not, check that the password is correct or verify that your mobile device has an internet connection.

Additionally, you can select the option to create a static IP and configure it according to the user’s needs.

If the WiFi connection has been successfully established, you will see the WiFi network name, the signal level of that network, and the IP address of the e-Charger displayed on the screen.

* The use of Bluetooth requires enabling location services on some Android devices. WiFi networks of certain companies may have security protections such as firewalls, DHCP blocking, port closure, etc. In this case, the technical administrator of the company should perform the configuration. For more information, please contact our support service.

4G Connection

The connection is made through a SIM card, which is already preconfigured and included in the control board. Trydan Pro will be automatically connected via 4G.

If you want to replace the provided SIM card, you must swap it on the control board and edit the APN (Access Point Name) so that the new SIM connects to the telecommunication company’s server and provides internet to the charger.

Additionally, on this screen, you can view the current consumption of the SIM card. It has 500 MB.

Ethernet Connection

Select the “Ethernet” option in the application. To establish this type of connection, plug the network cable into the corresponding port on the control board. The connection is made automatically. DHCP must be set to automatic mode (IP assignment).

You can also choose a static IP, and the e-Charger will always have the same address when connecting to the Internet.

Attention! Remember that to finish editing the configuration, you must press the “Save” or “Connect” button, and the e-Charger will restart to finalize the setup.

Static IP Address Configuration

You can select “Add Static IP” for both WiFi and Ethernet connection types to identify the Trydan Pro charger on the network. Using the pencil icon located to the right of “Add Static IP,” you can edit the static IP configuration. By setting a static IP address, you ensure that the charger always has the same IP address on your local network. This is a very useful feature for accessing the charger remotely or configuring services that rely on a fixed IP, such as integration with other applications or smart home systems.

To configure the static IP, you need to select the following parameters:
IP Address
: Enter a specific IP address that will identify the charger on the local network.
Gateway: Enter the IP address of the router or gateway that connects the local network to the Internet. (All devices on the network use this parameter to communicate with devices outside the local network.)
Subnet Mask: Define this parameter to identify which part of the IP address refers to the local network and which part refers to devices on that network. This will determine which devices are on the same local network and which ones need to pass through the gateway to communicate.
DNS (Domain Name Server): Enter the necessary DNS servers. These servers translate domain names into IP addresses that devices can understand. You can define DNS1 and DNS2 to be used in case of failure.

Trydan Pro Control Board

SIM card (4G connexion)

Ethernet connector


Check how to activate the RFID reader and add cards.

Dynamic power control

Discover the procedures for installing, configuring, and customizing dynamic power control.

LED lighting

Discover the meanings behind the different LED lighting colors displayed in the logo.

Key features of the Trydan Pro e-charger


Trydan Pro


⚫ Black



Hose length

5m / 10m


7 kg

Hose type

Smooth / Spring

Operating temperature

-25ºC to 50ºC

Storage temperature

-40ºC to 70ºC



Lighting depending on state of charge

Safety precautions

Risk of electric shock

Projection of debris

Risk of injury

Grounding is necessary

WARNING! Non-compliance with safety instructions may pose risks to life, cause personal injury, and damage the device. V2C bears no responsibility for any claims arising from such non-compliance.

Electrical hazard alert! The installation, initial startup, and maintenance of the electrical charging station must be conducted exclusively by qualified and competent personnel. These individuals are fully accountable for adhering to all relevant installation regulations and standards.

This mode 3 charging point is categorized according to section 5 of UNE-EN 61851-1 within an EV power supply system linked to an AC supply network.
Depending on the selected version, the EV power supply system can be either plug and cable or permanently connected. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and is compatible with both restricted and unrestricted access. Installation options include mounting on a wall, post, or column, as well as on a flat surface. Additionally, it provides class II electric shock protection.

Avoid using charging connectors that are damaged, worn, or dirty.
It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that the charger is consistently operated in excellent condition.

Regularly inspect the charging plug or connector (including the charging cable) and the charging station housing for any signs of damage through visual inspection.
If a fault occurs, the charger must be immediately turned off. Any issues with the charger must be reported, and in severe cases, it should be replaced.
Do not perform any unauthorized alterations or modifications to the charging station.
Using adapters or converters is prohibited.
Do not tamper with or remove any identification, including safety symbols, warning signs, type plates, name plates, or line markings.
Ventilation: In this scenario, forced ventilation is not a primary requirement due to the technology used in manufacturing.
Disconnect the charging cable by pulling on the connector, never on the cable itself, to avoid the risk of damage.

V2C displays the CE symbol and adheres to the corresponding declarations of conformity.

V2C adheres to the ROHS directive (2011/65/EC) and applies the corresponding declarations of conformity.

Electrical and electronic equipment, along with its accessories, should be disposed of separately from household waste.

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