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Growatt's EV chargers offer advanced features such as Wi-Fi connectivity and RFID support to enable you to charge electric vehicles conveniently and efficiently, both privately and commercially. With high performance and innovative technology, the chargers offer a reliable solution for electric mobility and guarantee a seamless charging experience. You can also dynamically supply your electric vehicle with surplus solar power by combining PV and EV chargers to maximize self-consumption of solar energy and reduce your energy costs.

The THOR Smart EV Charger

  • Compatible with e-car brands
  • Integration into existing and newly installed PV systems
  • Charging with 100% renewable energy from surplus solar power
  • Intelligent load balancing
  • App smart control
  • Smart planning & flexible communication
  • Multiple operating modes
  • Plug & play
  • RFID depending on model
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Floor and wall mounting

Compatible with e-car brands

The charger can charge a variety of electric cars as long as they are equipped with the type 2 charging connection. The type 2 charging connection is the common standard in Europe.

Examples of models with this connection:
  • Tesla Model S, Model 3, Model X
  • BMW i-Series, 225xe, e-Series
  • Audi e-tron, A6-A7-A8 TFSI e
  • Volkswagen ID.3, ID.4, e-Golf
  • and many more


This is an advanced smart home system that seamlessly connects various components such as solar panels, energy storage, smart electric vehicle chargers, heating controls, VPP interfaces and IoT devices (devices that can be connected to the internet wirelessly or wired). It is designed to efficiently maximize a household's self-consumption. In addition, GroHome enables the precise prediction of energy production and consumption through the use of big data and AI technologies. As a result, a new lifestyle full of green, convenient and smart possibilities can be enjoyed.

V-coupling charging mode

In V-coupling charging mode, the solar system and the energy storage system are used to charge electric vehicles. The charger adjusts the charging power of the electric vehicle according to the available solar power generation and the charging status of the energy storage system. If the sun is shining and the solar system is generating sufficient power, the majority of the vehicle's charge is drawn from solar energy. If the solar power is not sufficient or the energy storage system is discharged, the system automatically switches to grid power to ensure uninterrupted charging power. This allows clean and cost-effective energy from the solar system to be made available to the vehicles and at the same time reduces dependence on the power grid.

Working modes of the EV charger

Fast charging mode: press "Charge" and the electric vehicle is charged at maximum power, either from a renewable energy source or simply from the power grid. It supports various control strategies such as timer, charging capacity and charging budget.

PV linking mode: Powered by solar energy, the vehicle is charged with renewable energy. The car is dynamically charged with excess solar energy by combining the photovoltaic and the charger. The PV connection mode is automatically activated when the solar energy is sufficient.

Off-peak mode: Once this mode is activated, the charger automatically charges the electric vehicle during off-peak hours to reduce the electricity bill.

Load balancing function: The charger can read the incoming power to the house with an additional CT/meter. The charger then dynamically adjusts its charging power according to the house power to avoid exceeding the limited point. As a result, the car is charged at maximum charging power without triggering the power limitation.

RFID (depending on model)

The abbreviation stands for radio frequency identification. This is a technology for automatically identifying and recording objects or people using radio waves. A system consists of a so-called RFID tag, which is attached to the object, an RFID reader and a database or information system. The RFID tag contains a unique identifier that can be read wirelessly by the reader. The reader emits radio waves to activate the tag and then receives the signals it sends. The received data is then transmitted to the information system, where it can be evaluated and processed.