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Megger EVCC300-UK Electric Vehicle Charge-Point Checker

£607.50 Inc VAT: £729.00

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    Megger EVCC300-UK Electric Vehicle Charge-Point Checker

    The new EVCC300 introduces a new and convenient way of checking Electric Vehicle charge points. A simple all in one concept provides an easy to use solution to check both the safety and operation of mode 2 and single phase mode 3 (level 1 and two phase level 2) EV chargers. The instrument is ideal for those wishing to perform a check on an EV charger following manufacture, installation or repair, or just part of a maintenance schedule / inspection.

    FEATURES
    • Four important safety checks:
    1. PE touch pad to check ground connection and hazardous voltages
    2. PE resistance (RPE) test to check any exposed metal work is properly grounded / earthed
    3. Touch voltage test to ensure the charger ground / earth does not rise to a hazardous level when charger output is on
    4. RCD / GFCI protection check by timing the device tripping speed. This test causes a calibrated ground / earth leakage current appropriate to the trip rating of the device to flow and time how long it takes for the device to break the supply. If an RCD / GFCI was to take too long to trip it would not protect the charger user from electrocution, so it is an important safety check
    • Nuisance charger supply tripping check.

    This test will help determine whether the EV charger user is likely to experience nuisance tripping of the RCD or GFCI. The EVCC300 slowly increases ground / earth leakage current until the protective device trips to ensure it trips at the correct leakage current level. If the leakage current that trips the device is too low it will indicate either an issue with the device or there is already a high level of leakage present.

    • Four key EV charger operation checks:
    1. Proximity detection operation check. The EVCC300 can check that proximity is detected and also whether, when testing a type 1 connection, that latching detection has worked correctly
    2. Control pilot operation check. Not only can the EVCC300 set CP states to operate the EV charger, the instrument can read the response state of the charger. The codes A, B, C, D, E and F can be set by the EVCC300 and the response of the charger displayed on the instruments colour display. The charger PC state is displayed together with the chargers indicated maximum charge current, all to IEC61851-1 requirements
    3. Control pilot signal check. The EVCC300 measures the CP signal Voltage, Frequency and Duty cycle. Repeated measurements will highlight instability in the signal.
    4. EV charger output check. The EVCC300 measures the output voltage and frequency of the EV charger when charging in is in progress. When appropriate the EVCC300 also checks for correct L – N supply polarity.
    • Application:
    • Checks mode 2 and single phase mode 3 (level 1 and two phase level 2) chargers
    • Checks chargers with SAE J1772 Type 1 and Type 2 connectors
    • Performs four EV charger safety checks
    • Performs four EV charger operation checks
    • Checks to see if nuisance tripping or RCD/GFCI is likely to occur
    • Reads control pilot state response from EV Charger to IEC61852-1

     

    Megger EVCC300 Electric Vehicle Charger Checker Technical Specifications

    EVSE Standard IEC 61851-1:2017
    EVSE Supply Options (set in settings) 1. 230 V single-phase
    2. 120 V single-phase
    3. 208 V two-phase
    4. 240 V two-phase
    Supply Measurement
    Voltage range 5 V to 300 V
    Voltage resolution 1 V
    Voltage accuracy ± 5% ± 2 digits
    Voltage measurement L to N, L to PE and N to PE
    Reverse polarity indication L to N, for single-phase option only
    Frequency range 45 Hz to 65 Hz
    Frequency resolution 1 Hz
    Frequency accuracy ± 1 digit
    EVSE Interface (EV charger function) tests
    1. Proximity detection (PP) states
    Read only
    No proximity
    Proximity detected, unlatched
    Proximity detected, latched
    2. Control pilot (CP)
    Set and read states:
    State A – Disconnected
    State B – Connected
    State C – Charging
    State D – Charging without
    ventilation
    State E – CP short to PE
    Read-only state State F – EVSE charger fault
    condition
    Maximum voltage ± 14 V
    Frequency range 940 Hz to 1040 Hz
    Duty cycle range 8% to 97%
    Maximum charging current indication according to
    IEC 61851-1:2017, tables A.7 and A.8
    Resistance of Earth Protective Earth Protective Conductor (RPE)
    Test current 200 mA
    Resistance range 0 to 10 Ω
    Resistance resolution 0.01 Ω
    Resistance accuracy ± 5% ± 2 digits
    RCD/GFCI Tests
    Trip time accuracy ± 1% ± 1 ms
    Trip current accuracy ± 3% (apply to all RCD/GFCI tests)
    Personal Protection Tests, 230V Single Phase
    1. RCD 30 mA ac TEST
    Test current 31.5 mA AC
    (5% above nominal trip current)
    Max. test time 300 ms
    Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave
    2. RCD 6mA dc Test
    Test current ramp up at rate of 6 mA in 2.5 s,
    then held at 6 mA DC
    Ramp polarity positive and negative ramp
    Max. test time 12.5 s
    Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave
    Personal Protective Tests, 120V Single Phase/ 240V Two Phase
    1. GFCI/CCID 5 mA ac test
    Test current 6 mA AC
    Max. test time 5.59 s
    Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave
    2. GFCI/CCID 20 mA ac test
    Test current 21 mA AC
    (5% above nominal trip current)
    Max. test time 5.59 s
    Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave
    Nuisance Tripping Tests, 230V Single Phase
    1. RCD ac ramp test
    Test current AC current ramp up to
    30 mA in 2 mA steps
    Step time 300 ms
    Max. test time 4.5 s
    2. RCD dc ramp test
    Test current ramp up at rate of 6 mA in 2.5 s,
    then held at 3 mA DC.
    Max. test time 11.25 s
    Nuisance Tripping Tests, 120V Single Phase/ 240V Two-Phase
    1. GFCI/CCID 5 mA AC test
    Test current AC current ramp up to 6 mA
    in 0.5 mA steps
    Step time 100 ms
    Max. test time 1.2 s
    2. GFCI/CCID 20 mA AC test
    Test current AC current ramp up to
    20 mA in 1 mA steps
    Step time 100 ms
    Max. test time 2 s
    Touch Voltage Test
    Options 25 V or 50 V limit
    Test current typically 1/3 of RCD nominal test current
    Touch Contact Pad Test Dangerous voltage indication at PE conductor
    Power Supply
    Battery Four AA cells
    Connections Type 2 male – main test connection
    4 mm shrouded socket on base of handle – RPE test return
    connection
    Languages
    User Interface English, French, German and
    Spanish
    User guide English, French, German and
    Spanish
    Dimensions and Weights
    Dimensions are (L x H x W) 24 x 18 x 8.6 cm.
    Weight (without batteries) 583 g
    Safety
    Standards IEC 61010-1:2010
    Safety category CATII 300 V
    Environment
    Operational temperature 0 ºC to 40 ºC
    Storage temperature -10 ºC to 70 ºC
    Operating humidity 90% R.H. at +40 °C max
    Maximum altitude 2000 m
    Dust and moisture ingress IP40 to IEC60529 in use

     

     

    • Checks mode 2 and single phase mode 3 (level 1 and two phase level 2) chargers
    • Checks chargers with SAE J1772 Type 1 and Type 2 connectors
    • Performs four EV charger safety checks
    • Performs four EV charger operation checks
    • Checks to see if nuisance tripping or RCD/GFCI is likely to occur
    • Reads control pilot state response from EV Charger to IEC61852
    • Megger EVCC-300-UK Electric Vehicle Charge-Point Checker
    • Type 1 Adaptor
    • Blow Moulded Carry Case
    • Instruction Manual

    EVCc-300 Datasheet

    EVCC-300 User Guide

    EVC-300 Instruction Manual