The key parameter to watch out for is the amount of current that can be switched. In this case, the only parameter listed is "6. Power supply: 220-240V/50Hz max. 3500W"
. Our North American i-MiEVs only draw around 3100W and presumably your European version has a similar upper limit, thus this should work just fine for you.
I have been using mechanical countdown timers for charging my i-MiEVs as I find it much faster to simply dial in the amount of charge I need to take the car up to 12-13 bars, at a L2 (240vac) rate of three bars/hour (instead of using the Remote).
Here is an existing thread which addressed this: http://myimiev.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=129&p=2910
The other issues you may wish to address are the connectors and wire gauge of your extensions. I am not familiar with the various European regulations governing these.CONNECTORS
In the USA, the maximum current passing through a given connector is derated to 80% of a connector's capacity for steady-state loads, such as experienced in battery charging. For example, the conventional 120vac NEMA 5-15 connector is nominally rated at 15A, but for charging purposes it is derated
. I do not know what your European plug or socket ratings are nor what the regulations state, but it never hurts to be conservative and operate way below the maximum ratings.WIRE GAUGE
This is typically determined by the length of wire and allowable voltage drop across the wire due to its resistance. I tend to be conservative and use #10AWG for lengths of around 25'-30' (10m). Depending on your cable length, you should be ok using 4mm^2 or, better yet, 6mm^2 wire.