Solo Charger

Charge any electric vehicle
with Pod Point's single-socketed EV charger.

Universal Charging Solo

Universal charging

Compatible with all plug-in vehicles.

Smart and Connected Solo

Smart & connected

Over-the-Air software updates.

Safe Solo

Durable & adaptable

Leading safety features & fail-safes.

kWh of energy transferred

Universal charging

Easy to use and compatible with all plug-in vehicles.

The Solo Charger can either be wall-mounted or mounted free-standing.

  • 3.6kW, 7kW (single phase) or 22kW (three-phase) speeds available.
  • Available with a universal Type 2 socket.
  • App enabled to make it easy for drivers to start charging.
  • Compatible with Pod Point’s load balancing system to reduce the total power required.

Smart & connected

Wi-Fi enabled and fully integrated with our software.

Control your entire charging network with ease.

  • Our Smart Reporting platform monitors, manages and reports every charge, 24/7.
  • Receive new features with Over-the-Air software updates.
  • Set custom pricing tariffs and control access by driver or driver groups.

Durable & adaptable

Reliable and configurable to your needs.

A versatile single-socketed charging unit.

  • Solo units feature both 6mA DC leakage detection and a unique Protective Earth Isolation System that ensures compliance with the latest regulatory requirements and streamlines installation.
  • With a robust design, the Solo is happy operating in internal or external environments.
  • Industry-leading safety features and intelligent fail-safes mean Solos are driver favourites for reliability.
  • Covered by a 3-year warranty with remote and onsite maintenance.

Interested in installing Solo Chargers?

Our specialist team are on hand to help.


What electric vehicles can the Solo Charger charge?

All electric cars that use the "Mode 3" charging protocol can use the Solo Charger. This means pretty much all mainstream electric cars and vans, from Teslas to Renault vans and all sorts in between.

The only electric vehicles it won't charge are more niche vehicles (such as milk floats and forklifts) that use bespoke connectors or standard electrical outlets.

What sockets and cables does the Solo Charger include?

To make the Solo Charger as universal as possible it has a "Type 2" socket that allows all major electric vehicles to charge, via the standard public charging cables that drivers bring with them.

How do drivers find, access and/or pay for the chargepoints?

Solo chargers can be set to show public access and payment tariffs through our Smart Reporting platform.

They can be displayed on public mapping, or hidden for private use. Access can be completely free and "plug-and-play", or require the charge event to be confirmed by the driver in the Pod Point app. Business owners have the ability to set whatever fee they see fit, with payment via the app interface.

How do Solo Chargers communicate with the Smart Reporting platform?

Solo Chargers can operate on hosts' Wi-Fi, or have a GSM modem provided, allowing them to use mobile phone networks.

Wi-Fi is generally a more reliable connection, but GSM is often more appropriate for external locations. Solo Chargers do have fail safes in case of comms failure that see drivers' cars charge.

Can I use a Solo Charger for rapid charging?

No - rapid charging is generally considered from 43kW AC or 50kW up to 150kW (or even 350kW) DC. These require much more heavy duty switch gear and connections.

The Solo Charger can charge at 22kW if there is three-phase power available, though the vast majority are 7kW meaning they are suited for locations where cars are normally parked for periods from 45 minutes or more.