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Smart Charging Know-How at a Glance
In the emerging mass market of e-mobility, it is enormously important to keep track of the ongoing developments. Do you have questions about the differences between AC and DC charging, the different charging interfaces or the charging standards such as ISO 15118 or GB/T 27930? We've got you!
Smart Communication for Electric Mobility
Innovative solutions are becoming increasingly available to make electric mobility mass-market-capable. An important part of this is the charging technology. In this context, the term smart charging is used for charging systems of electric or hybrid vehicles according to standards like ISO 15118 and DIN SPEC 70121.
There are different electric charging use cases for which different parameters apply.
|Parameter||Commercial fleets||(Semi)public||Residential parking|
|Context, setting||Depots, scheduled lines, 24/7||Curb, visitor||Car parks||Private home|
|Charge plan||Over-night||Opportunity / ad hoc||Over-night|
|Duration||> 6 h||0.1 - 1 h||< 1 h||> 2 h||> 8 h|
|Charged vehicles||Light / heavy duty||Heavy duty||Cars, vans|
|Power||< 200 kW DC||> 350 kW DC||> 50 kW DC||< 44 kW||<= 22 kW|
Vector Solutions for Smart Charging
Vector supports developers of on-board charging ECUs in the vehicle, charging stations and induction charging systems with extensive test systems, hardware and bespoke ECU software. This helps you to develop quickly and cost effectively.
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Order the Vector Electric Vehicle Chart. The clearly structured Poster in DIN A1 format gives you important technical details on Charging Communication. Among other things, the unique poster illustrates the following topics:
- Electric Charging Use Cases
- Charging Methods
- Charging Interfaces
- Standards and Protocols