The OCPP Add-On for Chargers. Lean integration. Open Source.

MicroOcpp makes your Charge Point compatible with the market-leading OCPP backends. Customizable for individual requirements. Continuously tested with numerous backends.

Optimized for microcontrollers

Embedded C/C++ · Low memory footprint · Suitable for RTOSes

MIT license

Cost-efficient OCPP · No licensing fees

Private & public charging

Same API for private & public charging · Eichrecht-compliant

Compatible technologies: NXP ·  Espressif · STM32 · Texas Instruments · FreeRTOS · ESP-IDF · Arduino · Embedded Linux · WebAssembly · PlatformIO · Mongoose · libwebsockets · mbedTLS · OpenSSL

Compatible backends

      The list of compatible backends is growing

Open, extensible architecture

MicroOcpp is hardware-agnostic. The API allows to integrate it within the host system, to provide access to the hardware features and to implement custom use cases of OCPP. And a modular software architecture allows to introduce new features and to make something completely new.

Choose the best design for your Charge Point and MicroOcpp will work with it. Whether running it on the main controller or a separate OCPP core, or an external controller, the library will make the setup OCPP compatible.

As the world around the Charge Point changes, so do the protocols — and MicroOcpp. New releases will keep the Charge Point up-to-date with all new protocol revisions.

The Simulator – discover and test MicroOcpp

The Simulator is a PC application which contains a ported version of MicroOcpp. The Simulator directly connects to an OCPP server from the PC. A dashboard allows to trigger charger actions and to see the results.

Since the OCPP code in the Simulator and on the charger are the same, it greatly simplifies testing. The Simulator can be white‑labeled too and used for integration testing within the target charging network. You can share the Simulator  with potential commercial customers too. They can try the OCPP interface on the PC immediately without waiting for real hardware.

As an open source project, OCPP backend operators use the Simulator as a reference for building their own software or include it into their test base. A charger equipped with MicroOcpp comes with a broad test coverage already out-of-the-box.

To get started with MicroOcpp, there are also example integrations for microcontrollers on GitHub. Example Charge Point implementations for Espressif boards without external HW are ready to be tested instantly.

Upgrade your product development with Commercial Support

#1 Integration and Maintenance

Get support for the integration and ongoing maintenance of OCPP. This accelerates the project time and helps to get software updates quickly.

#2 Testing and Code Reviews

Automated software tests and code reviews decrease the likelihood of charger downtimes in the field. New product updates are deployed easier with strong test suites.

#3 Compliance and Certification

Legal requirements on Chargers pose the risk of product development delays. First-hand technical experience on EV charging accelerates achieving the legally required certifications.

Cooperation partners & References


Email: matthias (A⊤) micro-ocpp (⊤) com 

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