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Manual EVSE-Tester

Copyright This publication is protected by copyright. Any use beyond the narrow limits of copyright protection is prohibited without the consent of hse-electronics GmbH. This also applies to copies, translations, microfilming and the storage and processing in electronic media. Offenders will be liable to pay damages. Imprint Hse-electronics GmbH Schauenburgerstr 116 24118 Kiel 2015 © Hse-electronics GmbH All rights reserved

EVSE-Tester Manual

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4

Limited Warranty ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Manual Conventions ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Appropriate utilization .................................................................................................................................. 5 EVSE-Tester Hardware ................................................................................................................................. 6 4.1 Composition, Connector, Buttons and Displays ..................................................................................... 6 4.2 PC ........................................................................................................................................................... 7 4.3 Illuminated On-Off-Switch ....................................................................................................................... 7 4.4 Battery Operations .................................................................................................................................. 7 4.5 EV Charging Connector .......................................................................................................................... 7 4.6 USB 2.0................................................................................................................................................... 7 4.7 230V AC Supply Voltage Connector ...................................................................................................... 7 5 EVSE-Tester Software ................................................................................................................................... 8 5.1 The Control Window ............................................................................................................................... 8 5.2 Automatic AC-EVSE Test ....................................................................................................................... 9 5.3 Manual AC-EVSE Test ......................................................................................................................... 12 5.4 Oscilloscope.......................................................................................................................................... 13 6 Annex ............................................................................................................................................................ 14 6.1 Technical Data ...................................................................................................................................... 14 6.2 Used Abbreviations ............................................................................................................................... 14 6.3 EVSE-Tester in use .............................................................................................................................. 15

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1 Limited Warranty By using this EVSE-Tester or other hse-electronics products and its associated products, you agree to the following conditions. If you are unable to agree to these conditions, please notify us within two days of purchasing EVSE-Tester. LIMITED warranty: hse-electronics guarantees that the EVSE-Tester product will basically work as advertised and without defects if used properly for a period of 12 months after delivery. CLAIMS of the customer: At the discretion of hse-electronics, the entire liability of hse-electronics and your sole claim shall involve either a) a refund of the paid price or b) subsequent improvement or product placement. This limited warranty does not apply if the failure of the product can be attributed to an accident or improper use. NO additional warranty: hse-electronics excludes any additional warranty claims related to the delivered product and associated manuals and written materials. NO liability for consequential damage: Neither hse-electronics nor the suppliers of hse-electronics are liable to pay compensation (included but not limited to damages for loss of profit, service interruption, loss of business information or data or any other financial loss) arising from the use of this hse-electronics product even if hse-electronics has been notified of the possibility of such damages. LIMITED liability: The liability of hse-electronics shall in any case be limited to the amount that the customer paid for the product. This exemption shall not apply to damages caused by willful intent or gross negligence on the part of hseelectronics. JURISDICTION: Disputes arising from this licensing agreement may only be resolved in the regional court of Kiel (Germany).

If you have any questions about this agreement, please contact your dealer or send us an e-mail at [email protected]

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2 Manual Conventions This guide provides information and instructions for the safe operation of the EVSE tester. For your own safety and protection from injury, you should familiarize yourself with the safety instructions and comply with them precisely. For damage caused by failure to observe this guide, the hse-electronics GmbH assumes no liability. This manual is part of the devices documentation and an integral part of the EVSE tester. It is constantly kept at the EVSE tester, so it is available when needed. A basic requirement for safe handling and trouble-free operation of the EVSE-tester is the knowledge of the basic safety instructions and the safety regulations. Moreover, the currently valid site rules and regulations for accident prevention must be observed. The present short instructions contain important information to safely operating the EVSE Tester and is therefore to be observed by every person of the target group. The safety notes in these operating instructions are structured as follows: ATTENTION! The signal word “ATTENTION!" indicates the procedures to follow in order to avoid the loss of data and damage to the equipment. CAUTION! You are alerted to certain procedures with the signal word "CAUTION", which must be followed to avoid personal injury, severe loss of data, or extensive damage. Safety instructions are to be meticulously followed! Handle with care to avoid physical injury, damage to property, and accidents! Structure and meaning of miscellaneous indicators: Handy advice on maintenance and handling of the device or system.

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3 Appropriate utilization The EVSE-Tester was built according to applied safety- and technical norm. Yet, improper use may leads to severe dangers for the user or thirds, or malfunctioning of the device and damage to other property. As a testing environment for simulating and analyzing data of an E-Vehicle during the process of charging the EVSE-Tester can be plugged to a charging station instead of an actual E-Vehicle in order to simulate said. Operating the EVSE-Tester requires general safety knowledge in handling electric devices and the charging process of E-Vehicles according to Norm IEC 61851. The procedure of the charging process itself is NOT being displayed in this document explicitly. The EVSE-Tester is meant for industrial usage in science, development and field operation only. Part of the ordinary field of application also accounts: • The usage according to the performance restrictions, listed in the technical Data. • The usage in the manner as is depicted and described in this abbreviated manual. Operation and usage outside of these restrictions is improper. Damage resulting from improper operation or usage will not be covered by hse-electronics GmbH. The risk is solely carried by the operator. The operator is not permitted to modify, dis- or reassemble the device in any way, unless specifically and written permitted by hse-electronics GmbH. The EVSE-Tester is to be placed at designated surfaces only. For transportation purposes the designated carrying handle is to be used. Avoid rough contact and sudden movements of the device at all time..

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4 EVSE-Tester Hardware By developing the EVSE-Tester, hse-Electronics GmbH introduced a system for emulating E-Vehicles (EV), that allows for comfortable testing of charging stations. To conductively charge an EV at a charging station there has to be a charging supply line and a data connection between the two components. EVs and charging stations communicate via a data line, integrated in the supply line. (CP = Control Point). As a carrier for data between EV and EVSE a 30 MHz modem signal, modulated to a 1 KHz PWM-Signal, is being used.

4.1 Composition, Connector, Buttons and Displays The hardware composition of the EVSE-Tester is divided in two groups:  

EV-Battery simulation via charging resistors. The operation- and analysis units are contained within the front area of the device.

Caution! Under no circumstances open the devices case! Lethal danger through conductive parts! Warranty expires immediately!

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4.2 PC The EVSE-Tester is being operated via an inbuilt PC (for technical data see annex.) The operating system is Windows 7. The operation of the PC is carried out by the touch display of the LCD-monitor and a keyboard connected to the USB port.

4.3 Illuminated On-Off-Switch An illuminated On Off Switch can be found at the front side of the case. Turning On: During the booting process and the operation of the EVSE-Tester lights are turned on at all time. Turning Off: After triggering the switch, lights are flashing. The PC (Windows and all executed software) and the internal hardware of the EVSE-Tester is being shut down in respective order.

4.4 Battery Operations The AC-EVSE-Tester has a built-in battery for ordinary operation of the system off the line. The battery is being charged whether the device is turned-On or Off. Charging is signaled by flashing of the On-Off-Switch. At 100% charge the device can run for approximately 90 minutes.

4.5 EV Charging Connector In the EVSE-Tester COMBO II Inlets are used. Caution! When plugging the Charging Connector always connect the EVSE-Tester first, then the charging station! Lethal danger through conductive parts! Technical Specification of the Connectors: N/L1/L2/L3 je 6 mm2 , 250V, 32A CP/PP je 0,75 mm2 PE 6 mm2

4.6 USB 2.0 The USB 2.0-Port allows for connecting of Mouses, Keyboards and USB-Sticks.

4.7 230V AC Supply Voltage Connector The ordinary operation functions by a 230V-AC-IEC Connector found on the front side of the case. Caution! When plugging the EVSE-Tester to the 230V-AC grid, always plug the EVSE-Tester first, then the 230V-Source. Lethal danger through conductive parts!

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5 EVSE-Tester Software In combination with the EVSE-Tester the following software is featured in the delivery: Automatic AC-EVSE Test (hse) Manual AC-EVSE Test (hse) PicoScope (picotech) View Protocol…(hse) Windows 7 (Microsoft)

5.1 The Control Window

After booting the PC the control window opens. Following programs can be executed and accessed via the interface: Automatic AC-EVSE Test Manual AC-EVSE Test Oscilloscope (picotech) View Protocol…

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5.2 Automatic AC-EVSE Test Via the Automatic AC-EVSE-Test the following tests of the charging station can be executed: - PLC-Test according to ISO 15118 - Testing for nominal voltage (PWM Amplitude) on minimal and maximal tolerances. - Testing for RCP according to IEC 61851 on minimal and maximal tolerances. To execute a test the following steps are to be undertaken in this order: - Plugging a charging line to the AC-EVSE-Tester. - Accessing the function through the button Automatic AC-EVSE Test in the control window. In the window Automatic Test single tests can be checked or un-checked through the respective buttons. Check all tests via the button Choose all. Un-check all tests via the button Choose none. Checked tests are being marked blue. - Execute tests by pressing Start.

GUI TESTER (E.G. JOHN SMITH) CHARGING STATION (E.G. HSE#0001) SLAC SECC EXI

R-VARIABLE, NOMINAL R-VARIABLE, MAX R-VARIABLE, MIN U-VARIABLE, NOMINAL U-VARIABLE, MAX U-VARIABLE, MIN PLC-MODEM ACTIVE SKIP STATE A CHOOSE ALL CHOSE NONE START

DESCRIPTION The executable test. Other data may be displayed, when relevant for the charging station. Name of the charging station. Executes a full SLAC cycle. (Only when supporting EVSE with ISO 15118-2.) Searches the charging station via SECC Discovery Protocol (Only when supporting EVSE with ISO 15118-2.) Executes a V2G session (Only supportedApp, SessionSetup and SessionStop, only when supporting EVSE with ISO 15118-2) RCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) RCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) RCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) UCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) UCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) UCP-Variable according to IEC61851 (See below) Activates or Deactivates the QCA 7000 PLC Modem When activated, State A is not being reset after every cycle. Important for e.g. charging station with RFID Checks all tests. Unchecks all test. Executes selected tests. Page 9/15

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R-Variable according to IEC61851 State A B C D

UMIN [V] 11 8,47 5,66 2,85

UMAX [V] 13 9,49 6,35 3,02

U-Variable according to IEC61851 State A B C D

UMIN [V] 11 8 5 2

UMAX [V] 13 10 7 4

The test is being executed manually and takes up to a few minutes. The progress is being displayed in the test monitoring window. Once the test has finished, a protocol is being created and stored. By checking the respective buttons, the function can be canceled or repeated.

GUI TESTS INFORMATIONS VALUES BATTERY TEMP RCP UCP FCP TI FRQ L1 L2 L3 PP ACP STOP TEST

DESCRIPTION Tests statuses are being displayed here. Informationen such as Date, Tester and charging station are being displayed here. Charging progress of the inbuilt battery Temperature of charging resistors of the ACTester Applied resistance to create UCP PWM-Voltage PWM-Frequency PWM-Modulation Frequency von L1 (50Hz) Voltage von L1 Voltage von L2 Voltage von L3 The PP resistance in the line. N/A Ordinarily cancels all test

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The function Automatic AC-EVSE-Test generates a protocol file (.pdf) after the test is finished. These files can be viewed via the function View Protocol and can be stored.

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5.3 Manual AC-EVSE Test To simulate an EV the status parameter can be modified manually via the function Manual AC-EVSE-Test. Access the function by checking the button Manual AC-EVSE Test in the control window. Attention! The operation of this function requires vast knowledge of the charging process of an electrical vehicle!

GUI UNLOCK / LOCK

DESCRIPTION Manual locking / unlocking of the charging plug

[A] EV NOT CONNECTED 12,0V [B] EV CONNECTED, NOT READY FOR CAHRGING 9,0V [C] EV CONNECTED, READY FOR CAHRGING 6,0V [D] EV CONNECTED, CAHRGING VENTILATION 3,0V

State A EV not connected Tolerance test EVSE, by varying UCP State B EV connected, but not ready to charge

CP-SETTINGS DEFAULT CUSTOM 1 CUSTOM 2 SAVE

The in the edit window implied changes cannot be saved.

CHARGING POWER CONNECTION L1 L2 L3

Shut-down of load resistors for testing purposes.

CONNECT OSZI CAHNEL B L1 L2 L3

Selection of the voltage measurements of single phases via the Oscilloscope.

PLC-MODEM POWER

Shut-down of the inbuilt PLC-Modem

Tolerance test EVSE, by varying UCP State C EV connected, ready to charge Tolerance test EVSE, by varying UCP State D EV connected, charging in progress. Ventilation needed! Tolerance test EVSE, by varying UCP

Display of live measured data LIVE DATA

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5.4 Oscilloscope The EVSE-Tester features an inbuilt, independent physical oscilloscope which can be operated via the inbuilt PC. Both inputs of the Oscilloscope are internally connected to the EVSE-CP and the L1-line. Access to the feature in the control window via the button Oscilloscope. CP-Line EVSE (Blue Graph)

L1-Voltage (Red Graph)

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6 Annex 6.1 Technical Data Technical data Device Power Supply Power consumption Build in accumulator Operation time accumulator Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative Humidity Connection to charging device: Charging test consumption Display Mass storage Cooling Operation system Standardize PWM/PLC-Module

Software

Case connectors Dimensions Case-Material Weight

90 - 260 VAC Approx. 20 W 12V 3,4 Ah Approx. 1,5 h 0 to 40 °C -10 to 60 °C 15% - 70% (non-condensing) Combo Typ 2 (IEC 62196) max. 1 KW LCD, LED, 8,2“, Touch sensitive, 800 x 600 Pixel SSD-120 GByte, 2 GByte RAM Passiv Windows 7 Professional ISO/IEC 15118, ISO/IEC 61851, IEC 62196, DIN 70121 1 x hse-electronics EVC Kit 1 x QCA-7000 Chipset PWM Measuring range: -30 to +30 V PWM amplitude: 3-12V adjustable PWM analysis: frequency and duty cycle Automatic test with V2G implementation PWM control and analysis software oscilloscope software 1 x USB 2.0 w: 34 cm; h: 41 cm; d: 36 cm Aluminum 8 Kg

6.2 Used Abbreviations EV EVSE DC AC CP PP PE p L1/ L2 / L3 N V2G SLAC UCP RCP

electric vehicle electric vehicle supply equipment direct current alternating current control pilot proximity pin protective earth Phase L1 / L2 / L3 Neutral Conductor Vehicle-to-Grid Signal Level Attenuation Characterization Voltage CP (Amplitude PWM) Overall Resistance CP – PE

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6.3 EVSE-Tester in use

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