Attribute Definitions (Full Data Download)
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|Name in API
|Identifies the connectors within the given EVSEs. Two connectors may have the same id as long as they do not belong to the same EVSE object.
|The unique id at the location level.
|The name of the location.
|The official brand of the charging station operator.
|The operator of the charging station.
|The suboperator of the charging station.
|The owner of the charging station.
|The number and street at which the charging station is located.
|The name of the charging station location's street in English.
|The postal code or ZIP code of the charging station.
|The city where the charging station is located.
|The name of the charging station location's city in English.
|The municipality where the charging station is located.
|The province or state (in the US) where the charging station is located.
|The two digit country code of the country where the charging station is located.
|The country where the charging station is located.
|The latitude of the location where the charging station is located.
|The longitude of the location where the charging station is located.
|The access type of the charging station:
- public: Assigned when the locations can be accessed 24/7 by everyone.
- semi-public (restricted): Assigned when the charging points are erected on private domain that are subject to specific, though non-discriminatory access restrictions, such as the usage of opening and closing hours as a requirement to use the associated facilities. For example, the recharging points in car parks of large warehouses or convenience stores, underground car parks, hotel and catering establishments, etc.
- private: Assigned when the chargers are not accessible to the public, because they are placed on private locations like a private driveway. For example, some chargers are accessible only to the employees of a company or to the residents of a building.
|The location type where the charging station is located:
|The timezone for the charging station.
|The unique id within Eco-Movement. Use this attribute to count the number of EVSEs.
|The unique id within the system of the CPO. This attribute is always filled by CPO and Eco-Movement.
|The unique connector ID within an EVSE in the system of the CPO.
|The unique id for the outside world. It is compliant with "eMI3standard version V1.0". This attribute is provided by the CPO and it is not always filled.
|The code displayed on the hardware of the charging station. This attribute is provided by the operator.
|The format (socket or cable) of the installed connector.
|The standard of the installed connector. For example, IEC_62196_T2.
|A short description of standard of the installed connector.
|The power type of the connectors:
|The maximum power in watt. For example, if the value is 2000 then the charging speed is valid up to 2000.
|The voltage of the connector (line to neutral for AC_3_PHASE), in volt [V].
|Maximum amperage of the connector, in ampere [A].
|The pricing_id allows you to look up all prices for a specific pricing_id in another report. (This attribute is available only with pricing license.)
|The timestamp when the connector was last updated or created.
|Shows the status at the time of the update. The data is updated once per day and it is one of the following:
- available: The EVSE or Connector is able to start a new charging session.
- charging: The EVSE or Connector is in use.
- inoperative: The EVSE or Connector is not yet active or it is no longer available (deleted).
- blocked: The EVSE or Connector is not accessible because of a physical barrier, such as a car.
- outoforder: The EVSE or Connector is currently out of order.
- planned: The EVSE or Connector is planned and will operate soon.
- removed: The EVSE or Connector or charge point is discontinued or removed.
- reserved: The EVSE or Connector is reserved for a particular EV driver, and is unavailable for other drivers.
- unknown: No status information available. (Also used when offline)
|Shows whether the EVSE supports charging profiles or not. Profiles is not yet supported by OCPI.
|Shows whether charging at the EVSE can be paid with a credit card or not.
|Shows whether the EVSE can be remotely started or stopped.
|Shows whether the EVSE can be reserved or not.
|Shows whether charging at the EVSE can be authorized with a RFID token or not.
|Shows whether the connectors have mechanical lock that can be requested by the eMSP to be unlocked or not.
|Any restrictions to the parking spot for different purposes. This attribute is only filled if it is supplied by the CPO.
|The timestamp when the EVSE or its connectors were last updated or created.
|The support phone number for the operator.
|The timestamp when the location or one of its EVSEs or connectors were last updated or created.
|An optional list of facilities the charging location directly belongs to:
- FUEL_ STATION
|The facility closest to the charging point location.
|Shows whether the location is always open or has opening times.
|Indicates if the EVSEs can be used for charging outside the opening hours of the location. For example, when a parking garage closes its barriers overnight, the attribute indicates if you can charge until the next morning.
|A list of all the major eMSP cards accepted at this location, including links to their native applications.
|Shows whether the energy is 100% from regenerative sources or not. CO2 and nuclear waste is shown as zero.
|The percentage of green energy.
|The percentage of fossil energy.
|This attribute is not available yet.
|The manufacturer of the charging station's hardware.
|The model of the hardware of the charging station's hardware.
|The distance to the nearest exit as a straight line in meters.
|The distance to the nearest motorway as a straight line in meters.
|Indicates the reliability score of the location. This attribute indicates when the charging points at a location are operating normally, but it does not have details regarding expected occupancy. The algorithm considers the frequency of recent usage (more recent is more relevant) and recent downtime. For example, a score of 1 is the least reliable, and a score of 5 is the most reliable.
|Indicates whether the location allows charging of heavy vehicles transporting dangerous goods.
|Indicates whether the location was constructed mainly for the purpose of heavy vehicles like trucks or not.
|Indicates whether the location is drive-though or not.
|A list of facilities in the location. Facilities can be:
- TRUCK PARKING
- TRUCK WASH
- TRUCK REPAIR
- TRUCK DEALERSHIP
- SECURE TRUCK PARKING
|The maximum height of the heavy vehicle that is allowed to be parked at the charging station.
|The maximum length of the heavy vehicle that is allowed to be parked at the charging station.
|The maximum mass of the heavy vehicle in kilograms that is allowed to be parked at the charging station.
|Indicates whether the location allows overnight charging of heavy vehicles or not.
|The applicable restrictions for the heavy vehicle. The values are:
- N1: Only N1 type of heavy vehicles can be parked at the charging station. N1 vehicles have a maximum mass not exceeding 3.5 tonnes (7,700 lbs).
- N2: Only N2 type of heavy vehicles can be parked at the charging station. N2 vehicles have a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes (26,000 lbs).
- N3: Only N3 type of heavy vehicles can be parked at the charging station. N3 vehicles have a maximum mass exceeding 12 tonnes (26,000 lbs).
- N1, N2: N1 and N2 type of heavy vehicles can be parked at the charging station.
- N1, N2, N3: N1, N2, and N3 type of heavy vehicles can be parked at the charging station.
- UNKNOWN: The restrictions are currently unknown.
|Indicates whether the location is suitable for rigid heavy vehicles or not.
|Indicates whether the location is suitable for trucks with trailers or not.
|The maximum width of the heavy vehicle that is allowed to be parked at the charging station.
|Shows the authentication and payment methods. The methods are:
|Shows the type of location after enriching the values from location_type column using Eco-Movement's research methods. The enriched values can be one of the following:
|The type of location where a charge point is located. For example, shop.
|The name, category, and distance of up to five facilities that are closest to the charge point's location.