Properties

Each tile provided by the tile service contains a layer, called stations. This layer contains a list of features, for either clusters or stations. All features have the following properties:

  • ID string

    This is the ID of the station. If the feature is a cluster, this parameter is the ID of the first station in that cluster.

  • lat number

    The latitude coordinate of the feature for both clusters and stations.

  • lng number

    The longitude coordinate of the feature for both clusters and stations.

  • count number

    The number of stations within a cluster. This is the discriminator between clusters and stations. The count will always be 1 for a station and more than 1 for clusters.

  • expansionZoom number

    The zoom level where the cluster is split into multiple clusters or stations.

  • speed enum

    This indicates the power of a station. It can vary between slow, fast or turbo. If the feature is a cluster, it will indicate the power of the first station in that cluster. All stations below 43 kWh are considered slow, between 43 kWh and 150 kWh - fast, and above 150 kWh - turbo.

  • status enum

    This indicates the availability status of a station. It can vary between free, busy, unknown or error. If the feature is a cluster, it will indicate the availability status of the first station in that cluster. Free means that at least one connector is available to charge a car; busy means that there are no free connectors; error means that the station is inoperational and cannot be used; unknown means that we don't know the exact status of all connectors.

  • preferred_operator boolean

    Deprecated in favor of preferredOperator.

  • preferredOperator boolean

    This flag indicates if the operator of a particular station is marked as a preferred operator. Please contact us to mark certain operators as preferred operators.

  • Note

    You must use the count property to differentiate between stations and clusters. The count will always be 1 for a station and more than 1 for clusters.