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Installation Manual for Trydan

The installation of an e-Charger is a crucial step for its correct operation. Therefore, it is essential to understand the risks, necessary steps and tools required to carry out a safe and successful installation.

In this manual, we have compiled detailed information to guide you through the installation process of our Trydan e-Charger. Here you will find everything you need to know to carry out this task with precision.

This manual is subject to change without notice. The images contained in this manual are representative and may differ slightly from the actual products.

Tools required for installation



Crown drill bit


Measuring tape

Leveller and pencil

Accessories included in 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.


Do you want to know in detail the configuration and commissioning of the charger?

Follow these steps for the installation of the e-Charger

Ensure safe distances for installation.

Place the template over the installation space and mark the drilling points with a pencil.

 Drill over the drilling points with a ø6mm drill bit.

Insert the ø6x30mm Taco N+Plus Nylon plugs.

Drill a hole on the top of the charger’s case with the crown bit. Place the cable gland and pass the cable through it.

Place the e-Charger on the wall and match the holes with the previously drilled holes.

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Insert the ø4,8x32mm zinc-plated pan-head screws and then the plugs.

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

Screw on the acrylic plexiglass protector with ø3×6,8mm.

Wiring installation

The power supply line must be connected to an existing installation and must conform to local regulations. Observe the applicable national and international installation standards (e.g. IEC 60364-1 and IEC603645-52).

Selection of the residual current circuit breaker (RCD)

Each charging station must be connected to its own residual current circuit breaker. No other current circuits must be connected to this residual current circuit breaker. A suitable rated current IN must be selected for the circuit breaker fitted. (In accordance with each country’s standard).

Circuit breaker sizing (MCB)

Determine the rated current according to the data on the rating plate, in accordance with the selected load power and the supply line. Depending on the national regulations, it may be necessary to add additional protection elements.

Sizing of the supply line

When sizing the installation, ensure compliance with the prevailing state-level regulations. Consider the cable’s temperature tolerance based on the load characteristics.

Network connection device

The charging station does not have a power switch. The differential and the circuit breaker in the supply line act as a mains connection device. The charging station can be switched on at all times and only switched off in the event of infrequent use.

Electrical installation configuration

Single-phase configuration. Connect the wires to the connection terminal according to the attached 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 connecting terminal according to the attached 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. Connect the cables to the connection terminal according to the attached drawing: brown wire (1) to terminal N, blue wire (2) to terminal L and green/yellow wire (3) to terminal PE.

Fitting and removal of the hose

Hose setup

  1. Insert the hose into the hose holder leaving a small gap at the bottom, so that it does not collide with the integrated locking clip.
  2. Slide the hose down to engage it into the integrated locking clip.

Hose removal

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

Dynamic power control

Find out how to install, configure and customise dynamic power control.

LED lighting

Learn the meaning of the different LED lighting colours of the logo.

General characteristics




⚫ Black



Hose length

5m / 10m


7 kg

Hose type

Smooth / Spring

Operating temperature

-25ºC to 50º

Storage temperature

-40ºC to 70º



Lighting depending on state of charge

Safety warnings

Risk of electric shock

Projection of debris

Risk of injury

Grounding required

WARNING! Failure to comply with the safety instructions may result in danger to life, personal injury and damage to the device. V2C accepts no liability for any claims resulting from such non-compliance.

Electrical hazard! The installation, initial start and maintenance of the electrical charging station may only be carried out by qualified and competent personnel who are fully responsible for compliance with the existing installation regulations and standards.

This mode 3 charging point is classified according to section 5 of UNE-EN 61851-1 in an EV power supply system connected to an AC supply network. Depending on the version chosen, the EV power supply system will be plug and cable or permanently connected. It can be used both outdoors and indoors and can be used in both restricted and unrestricted access. Mounting is on a wall/post/column, and on a flat surface. It has a class II electric shock protection.

Never use damaged, worn or dirty charging connectors.
The owner shall ensure that the charger is always operated in perfect condition.
The charging plug or connector (including the charging cable) and the charging station housing must be checked regularly for damage (visual inspection).
In the event of a fault, the charger must be switched off. The deficiency of the charger must be reported. In extreme cases, it must be replaced.
Do not make any unauthorised alterations or modifications to the charging station!
The use of adapters or converters is not allowed.
Do not remove any identification such as safety symbols, warning signs, type plates, name plates or line markings!
Ventilation: In this case, forced ventilation is not a fundamental requirement considering the technology of their manufacture.
Unplug the charging cable by pulling on the connector, never on the cable. Risk of damage!

V2C bears the CE symbol. V2C applies the corresponding declarations of conformity.

V2C complies with the ROHS directive (2077/65/EC). V2C applies the corresponding declarations of conformity.

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

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