Universal Controller for Electric Vehicle Charging Use Cases
vSECC (Supply Equipment Communication Controller) is a communication controller for charging stations. It serves as a communication interface between the electric vehicle, the Charging Station Management System (CSMS) and the power electronics.
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Universal controller for current and future electric vehicle charging use cases
High performance multi-core processor
Optional capacity available for customer requirements
Compact industrial hat-top design packaging for easy integration into switching cabinet
Specified for industrial outdoor conditions
All communication functions for charging stations in one device
Reduced complexity in design and integration
The vSECC supports electric vehicle charging communication over CCS (Combined Charging System), CHAdeMO (Japanese Charging Consortium), GB/T (Chinese Charging Standard) and controls the power electronics that provide AC or DC for charging. The typical use cases are public EV charge points, charge points in fleet depots, companies, residential facilities and charge points for opportunity charging (e.g. wireless charging, pantographs with external WiFi module).
All communication functions for charging stations in one device.
Compliant with common electric vehicle charging standards
Supports OCPP 2.0 (Errata and in future 2.0.1) for the backend communication via Ethernet
Managing 2 charge points in parallel
24V industrial power supply
SIL 2 capable in control pilot and proximity pin supervision