Query station details

Specific station details can be useful when you want to display the type of chargers, the number of chargers, the location or any other detail that is currently available.

Query

To get specific details of a station you need to provide a stationId. This id can be obtained by using the stations query described here or by using the tile service.

Arguments

  • id non_null
    Required

    The station ID

  • Frequently used fields

  • id non_null

    Unique ID of a station

  • name string

    Name of a charging station

  • address string

    Street/block name and house number if available

  • coordinates object OCPIGeoLocation

    Coordinates of a location

  • evses list [EVSE]

    EVSEs that belong to a station

  • operator object Operator

    Information about an operator

  • amenities json

    Amenties located at this location

  • Other fields

  • review object ReviewStats

    Review of a station

  • country_code string

    ISO-3166 alpha-2 country code of a station

  • party_id string

    CPO ID of a CPO that 'owns' this station (following the ISO-15118 standard)

  • publish boolean

    Defines if a location may be published on a website or app etc. When this is set to false, only tokens identified in the field: publish_allowed_to are allowed to show this location. When the same location has EVSEs that may be published and may not be published, two 'locations' should be created

  • city string

    City or town

  • postal_code string

    Postal code of a location, may only be omitted when a location has no postal code: in some countries charging locations at highways don’t have postal codes.

  • state string

    State or province of a location, only to be used when relevant

  • country string

    ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code for the country of this station

  • parking_type enum OCPIParkingType

    Type of parking at a charge point location

  • directions list [OCPIDisplayText]

    Human-readable directions on how to reach a station

  • suboperator object Operator

    Information about a suboperator if applicable

  • owner object Operator

    Information about an owner if available

  • facilities list [OCPIFacility]

    Facilities a charging station belongs to

  • time_zone string

    Value from the IANA time zone database representing the time zone of a location. Examples: "Europe/Oslo", "Europe/Zurich". (http://www.iana.org/time-zones)

  • opening_times object OCPIHours

    Times when an EVSEs at a location can be accessed for charging

  • charging_when_closed boolean

    Indicates if the EVSEs are still charging outside the opening hours. E.g. when a parking garage closes its barriers overnight, is it allowed to charge till the next morning? Default: true

  • images list [OCPIImage]

    Links to images related to a location such as photos or logos

  • energy_mix object OCPIEnergyMix

    Details of the energy supplied at a location

  • last_updated datetime

    Timestamp when a location, or one of its EVSEs or Connectors were last updated (or created)

  • external_id string

    ID provided by a station data source

  • location object Point

    GeoJSON location of a charging station

  • elevation int

    Elevation (altitude) level

  • chargers list [Charger]

    Groups of EVSEs by power and type

  • physical_address object Address

    Enriched information about the physical address of a station

  • properties json

    Optional object where you can store custom data you need in your application. This extends the current functionalities we offer

  • realtime boolean

    A flag that indicates if a station has real-time information about the availability of its connectors

  • private boolean

    A flag that indicates if a station is on private property

  • power json

    Connectors grouped by power

  • predicted_availability list [StationPredictedAvailability]
    Deprecated

    Station availability

  • predicted_occupancy list [StationPredictedOccupancy]

    Predicted station occupancy

  • speed enum StationSpeedType

    Charging speed for a station

  • status enum ChargerStatus

    Global status for a station

  • Response

    If successful, the HTTP status code in the response header is 200 and the response body contains the attributes you requested.

    If unsuccessful, the header status code is an error code and the response body contains an error response object. The error response object can be any of the ones below.

    Errors & warnings

    • Error
      STATION_LOCATION_INVALID_COORDINATES

      Coordinates provided are not valid