When an EV Driver presents his/her card before the card reader on a charging point, the card and the charging point starts communicating with each other and a couple of informations get exchanged between the two. A relationship is established between the two and that relation is a successful one if the information provided by […]
In the second installment of June’s Feature Friday, we look at the permissions types in OCHP 1.5 and what the intent behind them is. Today’s feature: Whitelisting, Live authorization, hidden tokens There is a strong development in the market away from whitelist exchange towards more dynamic (and, to be fair, more state-of-the-art) live authorizations which […]
Welcome to the first of a short series of posts titled “Feature Friday”! Leading to the release of OCHP 1.5, we will highlight one of the major new features in the new version to be released. Today’s feature: Grid Operator Information One of the big buzzwords to go in tandem with the electrification of street […]
Recently we released our EV-ID-Validator which enables you to validate, transform and normalize your IDs to the standardized format. Furthermore the check sum for Contract-IDs (EVCOID, EMAID) is validated. The input accepts single or multiple IDs separated by comma, semicolon or line breaks. For interoperability in the emobility market correctly formatted IDs are of high […]
The first version of OCHP was officially release on May, 21 2012 by the three founding members of e-clearing.net.