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Grizzl-E Smart OCPP 1.6j Charger

The Grizzl-E Smart Level 2 EV Charger is compatible with any OCPP 1.6j server  making it the perfect charger for developers to test their EV Charging software, smart home software, and much more. 

Grizzl-E Supports all developers with documentation and support to ensure that Grizzl-E Smart works with their software.

Connect Grizzl-E Smart to Your Server

Grizzl-E Smart connects to a 2.4ghz Wi-Fi network. Ensure the network strength is −67 dBm or greater where the charger is located. Grizzl-E Smart uses an unsecured web socket to connect to a server. 

  1. Plug in the Charger. Connect to the chargers Wi-Fi network UC_Smart_[ChargerSerial#].
  2. Enter the IP address 192.168.4.1.
  3. Select the Wi-Fi Name dropdown box. All networks able to connect with the charger will display.
  4. Enter the Password for the Wi-Fi network in the Password field. Confirm the password.
  5. Select Other charging network.
  6. Enter the OCPP URL into the text box. Format the URL as follows:
  7. Server_DNS/Charger_ID. Server DNS is defined at the server level. Charger ID can be set to anything but the serial number is normally used.
  8. Select the Submit button. Verify that you are connected. If connection is successful the indicator light will alternate between Blue and Cyan. UC_Smart_[ChargerSerial#] will no longer be discoverable. *Server DNS is defined at the server level. Charger ID can be set to anything but the serial number is normally used.

Grizzl-E OCPP Supported Requests and Confirmations

Complete List of the OCPP 1.6j requests and confirmations supported by the Grizzl-E Smart Level 2 EV Charger. Firmware Version 5.6.22.

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