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The WiFi connectivity enables real-time communication with your Pulsar Plus, the remote control of the device, and always stays up to date thanks to the possibility of firmware updates.

1. Introduction

Wallbox always wants to provide its customers with the best products, services and user experience. A very important part of this user experience is the connectivity features that we offer in all of our products.

The Wallbox Pulsar Plus has WiFi connectivity as standard to enable every user to have real-time communication with the charger and remote control of the device, as well as to keep your charger always up to date with firmware updates.

2. Set up WiFi in your Pulsar Plus

Below you will find the instructions for setting up WLAN connections in your Wallbox Pulsar Plus. Before you begin, please make sure you have downloaded the latest version of the charger software.

To enable this feature, it is a must that your charger has an available WiFi network in its location.

1.- Open the Wallbox app.

2.- If you are not logged in automatically, please enter your login information:

3.- Once you are logged in, choose your charger:

4.- Your app will then connect to your charger.

5.- As soon as you are in the charger menu, press the configuration button (gear image on the top right):

6.- In the configuration screen, select the connection menu:

7.- Then select WiFi in the connectivity menu:

8.- In the WLAN menu, the charger's WLAN connection can be activated or deactivated. After activation, the list of available networks is displayed.

Clicking any of these will connect you to that network or, if it is protected, you will be prompted for a password. If you want to get information about the network after connection, click the icon.

9.- Once you have selected your WiFi network and entered the password correctly, your charger will be connected to the internet if necessary. If the WiFi network is disconnected, it can take up to 100 seconds before the connection to the Internet is re-established.

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