Multiple starting methods help you enjoy electric travel easily

This article will introduce the four common starting methods of car charging piles: plug and charge, enter a password to start, swipe a card to start, and mobile application to help you better understand how to use these different charging methods.

1. Plug and flush

Plug and charge is one of the most straightforward charging methods. This method requires no additional authentication or operations and is very convenient. However, due to its low-security characteristics, it is suitable for users with independent garages.


  • Quick Start: No additional steps are required, charging starts immediately.
  • No account required: No registration or account login is required to use.


  • Less secure: no additional authentication and may be prone to abuse.

2. Enter the password to start

At the charging station, a specific password needs to be entered to start the charging process. This approach adds a certain level of security, ensuring that only authorized users can use the charging pile.


  • Improved security: Only users who know the password can use the charging pile.
  • Suitable for public places: Suitable for places where access to charging piles needs to be controlled.


  • Passwords need to be remembered: Users need to remember their passwords or store them in a safe place.
  • Forgot password problem: If you forget your password, you may need to contact the charging pile manager to reset it.

3. Swipe card to start

Swipe card activation is another common charging method. Users need to use a specific charging card or RFID card to swipe the card at the charging pile, and then the charging process begins.


  • High security: only users with valid cards can use charging piles.


  • Need to carry the card: Users need to carry the charging card with them.
  • Lost card issues: If your card is lost, you may need to reapply.

For customers for operational purposes, the Bluesky charging pile system supports two modes: online card and offline card.

1) Online card mode

Charging piles need to be able to connect to the Internet and be connected to the charging pile system. Operators can issue cards online and recharge online. The management system can record consumption information and charging records.

Online card mode

2) Offline card mode

Charging does not require an Internet connection and is charged according to the balance on the card. The management system cannot record consumption information and charging records.

Offline card mode

4. Launch the mobile application

The mobile application launch method provides convenience and a personalized charging experience through smartphone applications. Users can use the mobile app to select charging piles, start charging, pay fees, etc.


Personalized control: Users can select charging piles and view real-time charging status through the app.

Convenient payment: You can pay for charging directly through the app.


Requires app download: Users need to download and install a specific charging app.

Technology Dependencies: Requires smartphone and internet connection.

1) Home APP

The home APP supports online pile charging and Bluetooth offline pile charging.

Home APP1

2) Overseas operating APP

Overseas operating APP

3) Mini program

Mini program

In general, different charging methods have their advantages and disadvantages, and users can choose the appropriate method according to their needs and preferences. Whether you prefer the simple and fast plug-and-charge, prefer the safe swipe card to start, or like to master the charging process on the mobile app, you can find a way that suits you to ensure a smoother and more convenient charging experience. Hope this information is helpful to your electric travel!

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