These beautifully designed charging stations are ideal for placement on the network operator network. Two cars can be charged at the same time.




Click here to activatie your chargepoint.

Options Duo Wide

Technical specifications

  • Number of charging points: 2
  • Connections: Type 2
  • Connection value: 1x16A to 3 x63A
  • Power output per socket: 0 t/m 22 kW
  • Residual current device: AC=30 mA, DC=6 mA
  • Protocol: Mode 3
  • Back office protocol : OCPP 1.6 Json
  • Positioning: GPS
  • Communication: UMTS / GSM Modem / Controller with RFID-reader
  • Suitable charge cards: Mifare, NTag and iCODE SLI cards ( more info )
  • Casing material: Steel 3,7 mm
  • Standard colour: Body: RAL 6018 / Cover: RAL 9016
  • Treatment: Anti-corrosion and powder coating
  • Casing dimensions HxWxD: 1400mm x 360mm x 200mm
  • Weight: 66,5 kg
  • European Standards: Low Voltage Directive 2014 / 35EU / EMC Directive: 2014 / 30 / EU
  • Water resistance: IP54
  • Vandalism resistance: IK10
  • Operating/ambient temperature: -25°- to 60°
  • Standards: BS EN 61851-1, BS EN 6185-22
  • Maximum cable thickness: 35 mm2
  • Standby consumption: 5 watts per hour (based on the Basic AC controller)
  • AC meter: MID certified


Frequently asked questions

To be able to use your charging point you must first activate it in 2 mandatory steps:

1. Create an account as a company or as an individual.
2. Fill in the form to activate your charging station. Activations are done (Mon to Thu 8.30-17.00, Fri 8.30-16.00). It is not possible to activate your charge point on weekends. We aim to activate before the date of installing or on the same day you filled in the form.
  1. Connect your charging plug with your charging point
  2. Connect your charging plug in the car
  3. Hold your pass over the scanning point of the relevant charging point.
  4. Wait until you hear a beep (within 3 seconds). If the light turns blue, the charging process starts.
  5. You can end the charging process by holding your pass over the scanning point again, waiting for the beep and then disconnecting the plug.

Status indication

  • Flashing Green: Standby
  • Blue: Charging
  • Flashing Red: Card unknown or cable not properly connected
  • Red: Charging Point not available/Malfunction
  • Green: Battery full

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Here you can create an account as a company or as an individual.

If you already have an Ecotap account you can request a charging card/key through the contact form in your account. 
The contact-form can be found there by clicking on the envelope icon in the top right corner of the green bar.
Enter your customer name, customer number and the number of cards / keys that you want to request.
The first card is free, thereafter they cost € 2 per item excl. VAT.
The price of a chargepoint  key is € 5.95 excl. VAT.
For shipping abroad we ask shipping costs.

1. Check whether the switch in the meter cupboard is switched on 2. Check whether the earth leakage switch in the charging system is switched on (watch instruction video)

After activation of the charge point through our helpdesk, we ensure that an invoice is sent every month to the bank account that belongs to the charge card. When you use a card from a leasing company, the bill goes to your leasing company. At the same time a credit note of the same amount is sent to the refund account. If you are the owner of a charge point, this is your private bank account. This way you will be compensated every month for electricity costs of charging at home.

If you own the charging point, you can take it with you to your new home. Please contact our helpdesk if you are not sure whether you own the charge point. We recommend that you seek the assistance of an electrician who is familiar with the product. As soon as the charging point has been installed at your new home, the address can be changed by our helpdesk.

The charging point number can be found on the doming plate of the charging station. The dome plate also includes the LED light.

Furthermore, there is a module number on the inside of the plug cover or in the holder of the plug if your charging system is equipped with a fixed cable.

There are several ways to charge an electric car. These can be classified based on loading speed:

  1. Charging via the standard socket – An electric car can be charged via a regular socket. However, this is also by far the slowest and especially the least safe way. An average electric car will be fully charged in this way within 6 to 12 hours.
  2. Charging stations (Alternating current / AC) – An (Ecotap) charging station offers the possibility to charge a car quickly and above all safely. However, it is difficult to give a good answer to the question of how long it takes to charge an electric car.
    The charging time depends on the type and model of the car, the connection in your meter cupboard and the charging cable you use. In any case, know that all Ecotap AC charging systems are prepared for 3×32 A (22kw).
  3. Fast Charging Poles (Direct Current / DC) – As the word goes, charging over direct current / DC is the fastest way to fill a car. Unfortunately there are some electric cars that do not yet have a DC input in the car and can only charge over alternating current / AC with option 2. Actual speed and loading time will depend on many factors:
    – the maximum charging speed of the car
    – the SOC (state of Charge) of the battery
    – the maximum speed of the charging station. (view the different speeds of ecotap fast chargers here)

Both names play a role in the payment process. In short: Last Mile Solutions can be seen on your invoice and Threeforce B.V. on your bank account.

The payment process explained:

Last Mile Solutions is a registered trademark of Threeforce B.V. You will receive your invoice monthly around the 15th of the month via Last Mile Solutions on behalf of Ecotap. The amount will be debited from your account on the 24th of the month or on the following working day.

Your charging transactions and any subscription fees will be charged to you monthly by direct debit. Threeforce B.V. takes care of invoicing and direct debits, so this name will also appear on your bank account.

By agreeing to direct debit you consent to:

· Threeforce B.V. to send direct debit instructions to your bank on a regular basis to debit an amount from your account;
your bank to continuously debit your account in accordance with the instructions of Threeforce B.V.

If you do not agree with this debit, you can have it reversed. Please contact your bank within eight weeks of the debit. Ask your bank for the conditions.

For questions about monthly charges, please contact Last Mile Solutions via email (invoice@lastmilesolutions.com).

Provide the number of your charge point and mail it to bo@ecotap.nl

Provide the number of your charge point and mail it to bo@ecotap.nl


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