That’s probably the device I’d be most interested in if having a home charger installed, although I’d probably wait for the alleged future revision with built-in PEN fault detection to avoid extra wall boxes around the place.
The Norwegians know a thing or two about EV infrastructure and harsh environment and I’d trust them to have a well tested, reliable solution.
The Efixx guys on YouTube also did an installation review on these devices, except they appeared to have at least skim-read the instructions and thus didn’t brutalise the units and break bits off them, unlike Jordan from Artisan
It’s interesting but surely that means the most expensive part of the charger just un clips and is totally usable in another back box - hopefully risk of electrocution is enough to deter people but I think having it screwed to the wall has some advantages.
The load sharing and queueing is interesting.