Electrical Safety for EV Charging Stations

Charging stations

AC charging stations can often be found at home, in hotels, in public parking areas, or at the workplace. A significant advantage of AC charging is that the conventional 230 V/400 V AC power supply can be used, and an electrician can connect the charging infrastructure. Bender provides advanced electrical safety solutions for charging stations across the globe.

Smart charge controllers

The choice of the charge controller is a fundamental decision, as it is the heart of every charging station and thus has a significant influence on its function. With the intelligent CC612 charge controller, Bender provides the basis for an AC charging station or wall box that stands out for innovation, economic efficiency, and safety. Our customers can set up their charging infrastructure solutions and create new business models without the need for expensive and time-consuming development.

Through many years of experience in electrical safety and the flexibility of a start-up and established partnerships with charging infrastructure manufacturers, Bender continues to develop its charge controllers and their software. The aim is always to provide solutions that meet the requirements of the final application today and in the future to a high degree, taking into account normative and legal changes. Because of technological developments such as this, Bender continues to pave the way for electric mobility.

Economic efficiency, availability, and safety combined

Advanced design and a high level of intelligence in a minimal space come together to form a complete system that reduces the number of additional components required, and thus guarantees competitiveness. Vehicle owners can also be provided with specific information from the continuous monitoring of AC and DC fault currents during various charging cycles during the charging process. This information enables the vehicle owner to detect faults at an early stage. In addition, the charge controllers monitor the internal hardware and temperature control via sensors, which regulate the charging power in case of overheating and thus prevent the charging system from failing.

Through continuous development, the charge controllers offer a combination of safety, economic efficiency, and innovative technology.


Electrical Safety for EV/EVSE Market Segment Brochures 3.4 MB EN2024/01/1515.01.2024
2020 Guidelines (US) Technical Information 1.9 MB EN2020/06/1515.06.2020
Overview Brochure Product Overviews 10.3 MB EN2023/10/0202.10.2023
Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection Against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units Technical Article 931.2 KB EN2019/05/1313.05.2019
Bender Industry Application Market Segment Brochures 19.1 MB EN2022/08/1919.08.2022


Charge Controller

CC613 Laderegler
CC613 Charge Controller

The next generation of smart charge controllers

Charge Controller

CC613 Laderegler
CC613 Charge Controller

The next generation of smart charge controllers



DIN IEC/TS 61439-7

Niederspannungs-Schaltgerätekombinationen - Teil 7: Schaltgerätekombinationen für bestimmte Anwendungen wie Marinas, Campingplätze, Marktplätze, Ladestationen für Elektrofahrzeuge