Wallbox 7.4kW 32A Air

The Loxone Wallbox is a charging station which enables dynamic charging from 1.38kW to 7.4kW for electric vehicles.

With the robust Air interface, the device is integrated into the Loxone system and provides all the freedom for energy management.
To record the electrical energy, an energy meter can be easily mounted on the integrated DIN-rail and connected to the Modbus interface in the device.
Optionally, products like the NFC Code Touch, Touch Pure Flex,... can be mounted directly on the device to set your charging mode or execute any other control.

Datasheet Wallbox 7.4kW 32A Air

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Attach the Wallbox vertically by screwing it onto a solid, even and closed surface.
Select screws and fastening material according to the surface.
Make sure that the mounting frame rests flush on the surface without any gaps.

After mounting, the mains voltage is switched on and the Wallbox is ready for pairing.


Then follow the pairing procedure on the Air Interface.


The Loxone Wallbox is programmed and set up using the Wallbox function block in Loxone Config:

LED Status

Status LED Description

Device is in pairing mode, ready for pairing.

Device has just been paired or has restarted and is now online.

Device cannot establish a connection to the Miniserver via the Air wireless interface, or is no longer paired.

Device was selected in Loxone Config and is identifying.

Charging started.

Charging paused.

Charging Error.

Charging Cable

If it is necessary to replace the charging cable, this must be installed and tested by a specialist in accordance with national regulations.
For this purpose, a charging cable with the same properties must be used; this may also be shorter or longer (max. 7.5 meters).
Extending the charging cable in any other way is not permitted.

Limiting charging power

The Loxone Wallbox is able to limit the charging power by transmitting the permitted maximum current to the vehicle.

The following diagram shows the relationship between the specified target charging power (Tp) and the possible charging power:

The actual power achieved during charging is also dependent on the vehicle, the supply voltage, and the battery charge level. Therefore, it can be above or significantly below the target charging power.

Testing the Wallbox

Note on testing the Wallbox with EVSE Testers:
Due to the testing of the internal residual-current sensor, a waiting period of at least 10 seconds is required when switching from Position B (vehicle connected) to Position C (vehicle ready to charge). Also, charging power for the charging process must be authorised to the wallbox. Otherwise, an unknown charging error may occur.


Summary Description
API Connector Intelligent API based connector.
API Commands

Diagnostic Inputs

Summary Description Unit Value Range
Charging error Reports a charging error. - 0/1
Fault current Reports a fault current. - 0/1
Online Status Wallbox Air Indicates whether the device can be reached by the Miniserver.
Diagnostics for Air devices
Diagnostics for Tree devices
Diagnostics for Extensions
Digital 0/1
System temperature Provides the internal device temperature.
This is often the temperature of the CPU or another location in the device.


Summary Description Default Value
Monitor Online Status When selected, you will be notified via System Status or the Mailer if the device is no longer available or goes offline. -
Serial Number Serial number of Air device -
Device type Air device type -

Safety Instructions

Installation must be carried out by a qualified electrician in accordance with the applicable regulations.

Only mount on a solid, even and closed surface.

The selection of conductor cross-sections and associated overcurrent protection devices is dictated by national and international standards and installation guidelines. This requires choosing a conductor cross-section suitable for the loads rated current, as well as considering the insulation material of the cable, method of installation, and ambient temperature.


Datasheet Wallbox 7.4kW 32A Air

Thermal Shutdown Temperatures