EV Charge Web Docs

Welcome to Tridens EV Charge web technical documentation! This guide shows you in detail what each component from EV Charge web stands for and how they are used.

What is Tridens EV Charge?

Tridens EV Charge is an all-in-one software platform for Charge Point Operators (CPO) and e-Mobility Service Providers (EMSP).

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Each section below is in tandem with the user interface sections on the EV Charge web.


The analytics section shows valuable insights into the total consumption and revenue obtained from a charger, group of chargers, or all chargers from a specific period.


The reports section shows the total consumption and revenue obtained from each charger from a specific period.


The top level of the charging infrastructure is the charging area, which can represent one parking lot, a building, a basement, etc. It is a place for charging electric vehicles.


Assets represent a consumer/producer of energy in a charging area but are not chargers—for example, solar panels. It can also be a smart meter.


A charging station represents the networking component connected to EV Charge. A station can have single or multiple chargers based on the communication protocol (OCPP 1.6 or 2.0).

Charging Profiles

Charging profiles are created to limit the power output of a charger by a fixed schedule described on the profile.


Sessions list past and ongoing (active) charging sessions from the charging network.


Reservations show the list of your customers’ past and active connector reservations from the EV Charge - Mobile App.


Perform OCPP operations on the charging infrastructure, such as turning on/off a charger, scheduling firmware upgrades, rebooting, and requesting diagnostic logs on a charging station.


An operator is an entity that owns some chargers or a charging location on which your service runs. It could be a hotel, a restaurant, etc.


Roaming enables you to connect to a roaming service provider to offer your chargers to other drivers that are not your direct customers and for your customers to be able to see and use chargers from other service providers.

Business Configuration

Business configuration, used for business-related configurations, is used to configure templates for different notification actions.

System Configuration

System configuration entails setting up site-related configurations on a global level, such as the configuration of notifications.

User Management

User management provides admin-like functionalities enabling you to create additional users to access existing sites in EV Charge.

Push Notifications

Set up push notifications for EV Charge using a third-party solution.

Live Configuration Parameters

Live configuration parameters/variables for OCPP can be read from the charge point or set to the charge point without any database persistence.


Idle Session Settings

Settings representing the session’s idle time validity thresholds.


Set up Integrations for EV Charge.