Installing Noodoe EV's


Going from shipment to operational takes only three steps. Install the charger. Activate it. Subscribe to Noodoe EV OS using the site owner’s credentials (required for operation).


Run through the pre-installation checklist

Make sure you have everything in the box

Read the User Manual and get everything mounted

Set up internet connection

Power up your charger!

Pre-Installation Checklist

Check for damages incurred during transportation.
Before connecting the product to the power supply, check that the power supply voltage and current ratings correspond with the power supply details shown on the product rating label.
The charge point must be installed only by a licensed electrician in accordance with the provisions of the local electrical industry construction and should comply with national electrical codes and standards.
Before installing the charge point, make sure you have read all instructions in this manual and fully understand its contents.
Appropriate protection is required when connecting to a main switchboard.

Recommended Tools

Mounting Bracket – 222x173x9mm
Holster ASSY – 58x58x70 mm
Screws – #12 Tapping, Mechanical M6
Copper Wire – 2AWG
Heat Shrink Tube – Red, Black, Green
Terminal for 2 AWG wire
Conduit – 1 inch
Torx Screwdriver – T20
Philips Screwdriver – PH3
Hexagon Socket – 5/16
Torque Wrench – 40 kgf-cm min


Follow the instructions in the User Manual to complete the installation of the EV charging stations.

User Manual

internet connection

Noodoe EV charging stations require internet connectivity to complete charger activation and to provide charging services. 
If using Wi-Fi, a high-quality commercial-grade 4G router is required for stable operation of the charging stations.

A consumer router will freeze after a few months and require a reset. Commercial-grade routers are designed for years of continuous operation under harsh conditions. Additionally, they can auto-reboot should the routers stop working. This ensures dependable, automated service. Please contact your Noodoe EV representative or distributor if you require help with obtaining a commercial-quality Noodoe-certified 4G router.

Powering On

After all the electrical work has been completed and the Ethernet cable has been plugged in, you can power up the charging station by turning on the breaker.

Continue to Activation

Need Help?

If you’re still experiencing issues or would like to ask any questions specific to your installation, please reach out through our FAQ or by submitting a request for support.