Buy and install Myenergi zappi, hub & harvi
Solar-aware and intelligent electric car charging at home with the Myenergi Zappi!
Why pay to charge your electric car? Use the eco, eco+ or fast modes to power your driving with renewable energy, reduce costs and decarbonise your transport.
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Zappi uses your self-generated power to charge your EV
Yes! Everything in the myenergi range is compatible with EVERY electric vehicle!
For easy EV charging, start with a solar-connected zappi...
EVolution is the proud Australian home of British-made myenergi products
Our friendly team of EV charging experts can organise the delivery and installation of your zappi, hub and harvi, anywhere in Australia and New Zealand.
Have questions? Please see the FAQs at the bottom of this page to find out more!
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FAQs about the myenergi zappi...
The zappi is the most intelligent home EV charger on the global market and is compatible with EVERY EV on the Australian market, including the Harley Davidson Livewire.
As you get to know your new zappi EV charger, here are a few questions we get regularly to help you along the way.
What's the difference between the 7kW and 22kW zappi?
The 7kW zappi is best for single phase power supply to your home, whereas the 22kW works best with three phase power. If you're not sure what type of supply you have to your home, please speak to your electrician.
Is the zappi, hub and harvi compatible with all EVs?
Yes! It's also the preferred charger for HD Livewire owner Charley Boorman from Long Way Up!
Which plug type does the zappi use?
The zappi comes standard with a Type 2 plug. We cannot swap the cable or plug for a Type 1 alternative.
IMPORTANT: If you drive a Nissan Leaf, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV or any other vehicle with a Type 1 port, you also need an adaptor cable like this one to use your zappi.
How much does it cost to install?
As the zappi is a new products on the Australian and New Zealand market we recommend you organise installation through our team. Each of our network of installers has received training for myenergi products and, as we work with them regularly, we can offer cost competitive installation pricing.
Can I use my own installer?
If you wish to use your own installer, they must be a fully qualified electrician. EVolution cannot be held responsible for any issues or failures of any products caused by the installation process. We highly recommend you engage one of our trained and authorised installers such that the Zappi is setup correctly first time.
Do you have a datasheet and manual?
Is the zappi fully compliant with Australian electrical and safety standards?
Will the zappi work with two phase power?
Yes, but you will need to engage an authorised installer to set this up for you.
Will the zappi work with off-grid solar systems?
Yes, but please contact our team to discuss this.
How many CT clamps are provided?
One CT for single phase versions and three for three phase versions.
Will a single phase Zappi work on three phase power?
Yes, but you will require a harvi plus two additional CT clamps and some additional configuration.
How many additional CT clamps do I need?
This depends on whether you'd like to monitor generation and/or battery storage.
What do the fast, eco and eco+ modes do?
Eco mode - Zappi will charge your EV while continually adjusting the charge rate as you use electricity in your home in order to minimise the use of grid power.
Eco+ mode - Zappi adjusts charge rate and will pause the charge to your EV if there is too much grid power being used OR if you don't want to use grid power at all. Like ever.
Fast mode - Zappi gets the EV charging job done asap, importing grid power if you don't have enough being generated from your PV array or wind turbine.
Can I carry out a firmware update?
To update the firmware on your zappi, please follow these instructions on the myenergi website.
Where can I find additional information?
Please visit the myenergi website for more cool stuff and FAQs.