CANoe Test Package EVSEPowerful Test Library for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
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Automated Conformance & Interoperability Tests for E-Vehicle Supply Equipment With CANoe Test Package EVSE
The CANoe Test Package EVSE is a library of powerful test cases. This is used to test conformance and interoperability of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) within the international standards.
CANoe Test Package EVSE covers the relevant test scenarios, is up-to-date at all times and is clearly structured.
- Comfortable selection and execution of test cases
- Automatic test execution and report generation
- Fast generation of an executable test environment
- Easily extendable test cases for individual tests
- Openness for the connection of additional test hardware
Fully automated conformance and interoperability tests according to specifications of the GB/T, CCS* and CHAdeMO* charging standards.
* available with later product versions
- Implementation of test cases with test tables and CAPL
- Adaptation of the test cases to the System Under Test (SUT)
- Possibility to connect third party hardware
Due to the simple handling and the seamless interaction of these tools you achieve reliable test results very efficiently.
The test cases of CANoe Test Package EVSE (1) are implemented as a project in vTESTstudio (2). The test execution itself is performed in CANoe (4). The "Generator Tool" (1) is used to create a new CANoe configuration containing the test cases ready for execution at the same time as a vTESTstudio project is created.
After a change to the vTESTstudio project, e.g. as an adaptation to an existing test environment or existing CANoe configuration, a Test Unit (3) is then created, which in turn is integrated into CANoe. The vTESTstudio project can be opened directly in CANoe.
The desired test cases can be selected individually or in groups in CANoe and started directly. The test result is logged in a test report (5), which can either be read with the CANoe Test Report Viewer or output as XML/HTML format.
Depending on the hardware used, which may also be from third party suppliers, the test cases can be executed in different development phases: from initial controller tests at component level to testing of complete charging stations at system level.
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Sending and receiving messages while the test cases are executed is based on the additionally required two CANoe options CANoe.SmartCharging and CANoe.J1939 (for tests according the Chinese GB/T standard).
The test cases are created with vTESTstudio. Any adaptation of the test cases to an existing test environment or to the System Under Test therefore requires vTESTstudio.
Currently, test cases for GB/T 34658 are available.
Test cases for CCS and CHAdeMO are gradually available with later product versions.
GB/T: Charging Communication in Chinese
Developing and Testing GB/T-27930-compliant EVs and Chargers
Electric mobility plays an important role in China in particular, as an ever-increasing number of vehicles on the streets there are electric. This requires the availability of extensive charging infrastructure. Standards like GB/T 27930 are necessary for ensuring that electric vehicles and chargers can communicate reliably with one another.
Intel Core i7 or comparable
≥ 3 GHz≥ 4 cores
2 GHz2 cores
|CANoe benefits from higher clock rates rather than higher number of cores.|
|≥ 32 GB|
Hard disk space
|≥ 20 GB SSD/NVMe||8 GB HD/SSD|
|Depending on the options used and the operating system components.|
Windows 10 64 bit (≥ version 1803)
Windows 10 64 bit (≥ version 1803)
|* Not virtualized. Running in a virtual machine is possible but not tested.|
Operation with Vector hardware may be affected by virtualization, e.g., higher latencies may occur.
- Further information on future support of operating systems.
Test cases CANoe Test Package EVSE:
Boost Your EV Charging Know-How
Order the brand new Vector Electric Vehicle Chart. The clearly structured poster in DIN A1 format gives you important technical details on charging communication. Among other things, the poster illustrates the following topics:
- Electric charging use cases
- Charging methods
- Charging interfaces
- Standards and protocols