Wallbox launches Pulsar Max in the UK

Wallbox launches Pulsar Max in the UK

Going electric just got easier and stylish

London, 23 May, 2022 - Wallbox, (NYSE:WBX), a global leader of electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy management solutions, launches Pulsar Max in the UK, their latest smart home charger designed to make everyday vehicle charging faster, easier and more stylish than ever.  

With up to 22kW of power, Pulsar Max retains the advanced performance of the Pulsar Plus model, designed to deliver top home charging speeds while introducing new tech features that you would expect from a smart-home product. 

Design-led specifically to integrate into users’ home systems - both in terms of function and style, the small and sleek design is available in six stylish, matte-finish colours - black, white, grey, green, blue and yellow so that customers can select the EV charger that matches their lifestyle. 

Pulsar Max is compatible with Wallbox energy management systems including its proprietary Eco-Smart technology which is designed to allow users to charge their EV with solar energy. By using Eco-Smart, users can choose to charge their electric cars entirely through solar from their home solar installation, or a mix of solar and grid to maximise cost and energy savings. Users may also save money and lower their impact on the environment by scheduling charging sessions through the myWallbox app. By charging during off-peak hours in terms of energy costs users can save up to £180 a year (subject to the customer’s tariff).  

Based on consumer feedback the company has also introduced a new Halo Light Standby feature to the Pulsar Max. When activated, the charger’s status light (also known as a halo light) will switch off eight seconds after an interaction, offering a more discrete option for home installations. Additional user centric features include voice control through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant devices and a new back plate that makes installation both easier and cheaper.  

Alan McCleave, director of UK and Ireland at Wallbox, commented: “We are delighted to introduce Pulsar Max to our UK customers. We have taken user feedback to design a charger that seamlessly integrates into the users everyday lifestyle and home. 

This powerful and compact charger is designed to deliver top charging speeds, allows users to minimise and control their energy usage from their phones, and introduces a more stylish and user-friendly design, taking the quality of EV home charging to the next level.”  

Pulsar Max will be available to UK customers at wallbox.com and other leading  retailers. RRP £589.

Other specifications include:

  • Up to 22kW of charging power (Adjustable from 6A to 32A)
  • 1.3kg in weight (without cable)
  • WiFi and Bluetooth Enabled
  • Halo Light Standby feature option
  • Compatible with all Wallbox Energy Management Solutions
  • Compatible with all electric vehicles
  • IP54/IK10 for indoor and outdoor installation
  • 5m Type 1 or Type 2 cable (7m optional)
  • Integrated PEN fault protection

Pulsar Max is also compliant with new Smart Charge Point regulations in the UK that will go into effect 30th June 2022.

About Wallbox

Wallbox is a global technology company, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy. Wallbox creates advanced electric vehicle charging and energy management systems that redefine users' relationship to the grid. Wallbox goes beyond electric vehicle charging to give users the power to control their consumption, save money, and live more sustainably. Wallbox offers a complete portfolio of charging and energy management solutions for residential, semi-public and public use in more than 98 countries.

Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Barcelona, the company now employs over 900 people in its offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

For additional information, please visit www.wallbox.com.


Elyce Behrsin
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