Using the charging technology for electric vehicles safely

Charge controller accessories

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Charging Station

AC charging stations can often be found at home, in hotels or at the workplace, as AC charging utilises conventional low voltage. This means AC charging has the benefit that charging infrastructure required can be kept relatively simple. However, the vehicle must have charging electronics which have a weight and volume roughly in proportion to the maximum possible charging power. Whether it is a small board fitted into a mobile charger to detect any faults quickly and safely and provide information and/or switch off if there is a hazard. Or even a somewhat larger series device used in a stationary system. In both cases, Bender fulfils all current standards and the user of the charging station is on the safe side.

Market segment brochure eMobility
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units

Recommended charging stations:

DIN IEC/TS 61439-7
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies - Part 7: Assemblies for specific applications such as marinas, camping sites, market squares, electric vehicles charging stations

Charging Station/points (EBEE)

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Charging Station

AC charging stations can often be found at home, in hotels or at the workplace, as AC charging utilises conventional low voltage. This means AC charging has the benefit that charging infrastructure required can be kept relatively simple. However, the vehicle must have charging electronics which have a weight and volume roughly in proportion to the maximum possible charging power. Whether it is a small board fitted into a mobile charger to detect any faults quickly and safely and provide information and/or switch off if there is a hazard. Or even a somewhat larger series device used in a stationary system. In both cases, Bender fulfils all current standards and the user of the charging station is on the safe side.

Market segment brochure eMobility
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units

Recommended charging stations:

DIN IEC/TS 61439-7
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies - Part 7: Assemblies for specific applications such as marinas, camping sites, market squares, electric vehicles charging stations

Charging kit

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Charging Station

AC charging stations can often be found at home, in hotels or at the workplace, as AC charging utilises conventional low voltage. This means AC charging has the benefit that charging infrastructure required can be kept relatively simple. However, the vehicle must have charging electronics which have a weight and volume roughly in proportion to the maximum possible charging power. Whether it is a small board fitted into a mobile charger to detect any faults quickly and safely and provide information and/or switch off if there is a hazard. Or even a somewhat larger series device used in a stationary system. In both cases, Bender fulfils all current standards and the user of the charging station is on the safe side.

Market segment brochure eMobility
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units
Technical paper Charging Electric Vehicles - Protection against Electric Shock by DC Fault Current Sensor Units

Recommended charging stations:

DIN IEC/TS 61439-7
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies - Part 7: Assemblies for specific applications such as marinas, camping sites, market squares, electric vehicles charging stations