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AC charging controller

Code: 6036
363 € 439,23 € incl. VAT
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The EV-CC-AC1-M3-CBC-SER-PCB charging controller as PCB is used for charging electric vehicles at 3-phase AC networks according to IEC 61851-1, Mode 3. All charging functions, comprehensive configuration settings as well as a locking controller are already integrated.

Detailed information

Product detailed description

Technical data

Dimensions

  • Width: 120 mm
  • Depth: 20.00 mm

Ambient conditions

  • Ambient temperature (operation): -35 °C ... 70 °C
  • Ambient temperature (storage/transport): -40 °C ... 85 °C
  • Permissible humidity (operation): 30 % ... 95 %
  • Degree of protection: IP00

Inputs

  • Number of digital inputs: 5
  • Frequency range: 50 Hz ... 60 Hz
  • Nominal power consumption: < 0.5 W (No-load)
  • Nominal current IN: ≤ 1 mA
  • Nominal input voltage UN: 12 V
  • Input voltage range U1: 0 V ... 3 V (Off)
  • Input voltage range U2: 9 V ... 15 V (On)

RS-485 data interfaces

  • Number of interfaces: 1
  • Bus system: RS-485
  • Connection method: Screw connection
  • Transmission speed: 9.6 kbps (Standard) / 9.6 kbps ... 19.2 kbps (adjustable)
  • Data flow control/protocols: Modbus/RTU (slave)

Connection data

  • Connection method: Screw connection
  • Conductor cross section flexible: 0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
  • Conductor cross section solid: 0.2 mm² ... 4 mm²
  • Conductor cross section AWG: 24 ... 12

Device supply

  • Supply voltage: 230 V
  • Supply voltage range: 100 V AC ... 240 V AC (nominal voltage range)
  • Max. current consumption: 40 mA
  • Nominal power consumption: < 1 W (No-load)
  • Frequency range: 50 Hz ... 60 Hz

Mounting

  • Mounting position: any

Environmental Product Compliance

  • REACh SVHC: Lead 7439-92-1
  • China RoHS: Environmentally Friendly Use Period = 50 years

 

Warning: Made to order (cannot be returned)

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