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Rolec Zura Smart EV Charger – 1 x up to 7.4kw Type 2 Socket – Black ROLEC3020B


Versatile, sophisticated and packed with the most-wanted smart features, along with never-seen-before customisable aesthetics. ZURA has been designed to be wall or post mounted, providing up to 7.4kW fast charging for both homes and businesses.

This OCPP compliant unit offers plug & charge or pay-to-charge solutions via a mobile app or RFID operation through any OCPP back-office management system.

This EV charger supports dynamic load balancing and is equipped with PME fault detection, with no requirement for an earth rod, reducing installation costs.

This single outlet unit can be upgraded to dual in the future, making it ideal for businesses and households who are looking to future-proof. Domestic users can also charge using their solar PV or other home renewables for a zero-cost, zero-carbon charge.*

*App dependent feature

Available in delivery or click&collect

EX. VAT: £719.99


  • Suitable for both domestic and commercial installations
  • Plug & charge, mobile app or RFID controlled charging
  • PME, overcurrent & 6mA DC leakage protection
  • Dynamic load balancing (CT clamp & cable included)
  • Solar PV, battery storage or wind turbine integration*
  • OCPP 1.6 – can integrate with any app / back office such as; Monta, ev.energy, Wattif, Fuuse, ChargePlace Scotland etc.
  • Built-in MID approved energy metering
  • UK Smart Charge Point Regulations compliant inc. dual tamper and breach security notifications
  • 4G / Wi-Fi / Ethernet connectivity
  • Designed & manufactured in the UK, backed by a 3-year warranty
  • Wall or Post Mounted

Frequently asked questions

There are three main types of EV chargers: slow chargers (up to 3 kW), fast chargers (7-22 kW), and rapid chargers (43-50 kW and above). Slow chargers are typically used for home charging, fast chargers are common in public and workplace settings, and rapid chargers are found at motorway service stations and other high-traffic areas.

Charging times vary depending on the charger type and the vehicle’s battery capacity. Slow chargers can take 6-12 hours for a full charge, fast chargers can take 3-4 hours, and rapid chargers can charge a vehicle to 80% in 30-60 minutes.

Yes, you can install an EV charger at home. It is recommended to use a dedicated home charging unit rather than a standard 3-pin plug for faster and safer charging. Professional installation by a certified electrician is required.

Not all electric vehicles are compatible with rapid chargers. It is important to check your vehicle’s specifications to ensure it can use rapid charging. Most modern EVs support rapid charging, but older models may not.

Eligibility: Homeowners and individuals with off-street parking who own, lease, or have ordered a qualifying electric vehicle are eligible. The EV must be on the list of eligible vehicles provided by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV).

Grant Amount: The grant covers up to 75% of the cost of installing a home EV charge point, up to a maximum of £350.

Installation: The installation must be carried out by an OZEV-authorized installer.

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