What are the requirements for electric vehicle charging on wires and cables?

2023/06/16
Author: EVCOME-EV Chargers Manufacturers

Electric vehicles rely on electricity to drive the car, so after using the electric vehicle for a period of time, the battery needs to be charged when it runs out of power. When it comes to charging electric vehicles, we have to mention the charging cable of electric vehicles. The following evcome editor will A brief introduction to the requirements of electric vehicle charging cables. Functional requirements The electric vehicle charging cable is the carrier connecting the electric vehicle and the charging pile, and its basic function is to transmit electric energy. However, with the development of charging technology, in order to better complete the charging process, it is necessary to communicate between the electric vehicle and the charging pile, and to perform automatic control when necessary. Therefore, the charging process puts forward higher requirements for the charging cable. The charging cable not only needs to have the function of power transmission, but also needs to transmit the status and information of the vehicle and power battery to the charging pile for real-time interaction. The action is controlled in order to complete the charging process safely and reliably. Security requirements At present, the security of electric vehicles has become the focus of the industry. The charging and discharging process of electric vehicles, due to the long time, high current intensity, and high frequency of cable use, its safety should be highly valued. On the basis of ensuring good insulation performance, electric vehicle charging cables should have high heat resistance and aging resistance. At the same time, they should have good low-smoke and flame-retardant properties when burning to ensure that losses and injuries are minimized . Standard status At present, the production and manufacturing of electric vehicle charging cable products mainly include American ANSI/NFPA/NEC Article400, European coordination document HD22, etc. Most of the charging cable products in my country are based on the two standards of IEC60245 and IEC60227 issued by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) or The national standards GB/T5013 and GB/T5023, which are equivalent to the two standards, are used as the reference basis. Since the requirements for the use of charging cables for electric vehicles are different from those of traditional wires and cables, the current wire and cable standards are difficult to cover all the requirements for the use of charging cables. Therefore, it is necessary to formulate independent product standards for charging cables to promote the healthy development of the industry. Comprehensively considering the mechanical performance requirements, electrical performance requirements, safety, environmental protection and service life of charging cables, new low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant materials, polyester elastomers, polyurethane materials, etc. are more suitable for charging cables. Insulation materials and sheath materials have become the development direction of charging cable products. .

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