The licence fees for the cFos Charging Manager as a software solution for Raspberry and Windows 10+ depend on the number of desired charging points. Note that three charging points are already included in the cFos Power Brain Wallbox. In addition, cFos Power Brain Wallboxes (except for the cFos Power Brain Starter model) do not count as charging points and do not require charging point licences.
|Number of pieces||Price per charging point (one-off payment)|
|1-19||109,- € (excl. VAT)|
129,71 € (incl. 19% VAT)
|from 20||98,10 € (excl. VAT)|
116,74 € (incl. 19% VAT)
Larger quantities on request.
It is strongly recommended to connect the cFos Charging Manager to the Internet and, if necessary, to provide access from the Internet to the cFos Charging Manager for maintenance purposes. You should include an appropriate internet connection and router.
The scope of services of the cFos Charging Manager corresponds to the description on cfos-emobility.de/en/cfos-charging-manager/cfos-charging-manager.htm
The cFos Charging Manager can be operated with the devices listed in the description. If the desired charging station is not explicitly mentioned in OCPP, you must arrange a test appointment with us so that we can check compatibility and make any necessary adjustments to the cFos Charging Manager.
If you operate Modbus RTU devices with the cFos Charging Manager, we recommend connecting a maximum of 20 devices per Modbus (two-wire bus). You need two 120 Ohm terminating resistors per Modbus. For a Windows PC or Raspberry PI, you also need a voltage-proof RS-485 adapter and a USB isolator to galvanically separate the Raspberry (or PC) from the bus. Our Charging Manager Kit does not require a Modbus kit, as it is already supplied with two RS 485 interfaces.
Alternatively, you can also use a PC with Windows 10+.
The licences via the charging points include lifetime free updates of the cFos Charging Manager. This gives you access to improvements, new features and bug fixes. It is our endeavour to constantly adapt the cFos Charging Manager to the current requirements of the market, e.g. to enable interaction with as many devices of different manufacturers as possible