Grizzl-E Ultimate Connection Guide

Grizzl-E Ultimate Connection Guide

Connect Grizzl-E Ultimate to the Grizzl-E Connect app
for iOS or Android.

Connect Grizzl-E Ultimate to Wi-Fi

Connect your Grizzl-E Ultimate to your network using these simple steps:

1

Connect to the Grizzl-E Ultimate Wi-Fi Network. The Wi-Fi network name is your serial number.

2

In your browser, enter the IP address 192.168.4.1 This will open the configuration page.

3

Go to the Setup tab. Scroll to Wi-Fi connect configuration.

4

Enter your Wi-Fi network name or select the Search button to show the list of available networks and select your network. Enter the Wi-Fi Password.

5

Enable the Connect button.

6

Select the Save button and the Confirm button to apply new settings.

Grizzl-E Connect

Grizzl-E Connect is the new Smart Charging application specifically designed for the Grizzl-E Smart.

Create a charging schedule, monitor real time charging, view detailed charging history, track charging cost, disable charger to prevent unauthorized use, and more.

To add your device to Grizzl-E Connect Application. Follow the directions above to connect your Grizzl-E Smart to Wi-Fi.

1

Download Grizzl-E Connect application
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2

Create an account and sign in.

3

Select the + button to add a new device.

4

Select the Grizzl-E Ultimate or Grizzl-E Ultimate 48 from the list of models.

5

Use the Scan Serial Number button to scan the QR code on the white label or type in the serial number manually.

6

Select the Add Charger to Account button.

Wi-Fi connectivity guidelines

Your Grizzl-E Ultimate charger will perform best with a stable and strong Wi-Fi internet connection.

Weak or unstable internet connections can limit performance of EV chargers and prevent communication with your charger.

Basic Requirements:

checked.svg   2.4 GHz band Wi-Fi Network (Not 5 GHz)

checked.svg   Signal strength of -67 dBm or greater where the charger is located

unchecked.svg   Some firewalls may prevent or disrupt charger communication

Check your location’s Wi-Fi signal strength to ensure a quality EV charging experience. There are many third-party mobile apps available for testing Wi-Fi signal strength.

1

The simplest solution is to move the Wi-Fi router. It should be as close to your EV chargers as possible.

2

Wi-Fi repeaters or extenders can boost the signal of existing access points. 

3

Multiple access points may be required to provide network coverage.