Handling asymmetrical loads is an advanced form of load management. Here, the power difference that may occur on the various phases (L1, L2, L3) is also taken into account. Asymmetrical load monitoring systems only check whether there is an overload. With asymmetrical load management systems, single-phase charging vehicles, for example, can be switched from L1 to L2 or L3.
Unfortunately, some manufacturers refer to their monitoring system as asymmetrical load management.