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EVSE Protocol Controller EV Socket Version Electric Vehicle Car Charger Station

What is EVSE? And why does your electric car need it? Simply put, EVSE is a protocol to help keep you and your electric car safe while charging. Using two-way communication between the charger and car, the correct charging current is set based on the maximum current the charger can provide as well as the maximum current the car can receive. As part of the protocol, a safety lock-out exists, preventing current from flowing when the charger is not connected to the car. It ensures that if a cable is not correctly inserted, power will not flow through it. EVSE can also detect hardware faults, disconnecting the power and preventing battery damage, electrical shorts or worse still, fire. No User Input Necessary There was a time when electric vehicle owners seeking ultimate connectivity and charging at the highest possible rate would have to manually adjust their car’s charger to ensure that only the charger did not pull more power than the circuit the car was charging from.
Product Name EVSE Protocol Controller 
Maximun Charging Capacity Indication 10A ,16A ,20A,25A,32A (Adjustable)
Product Model MIDA-EPC-EVC  ( Cable Version), MIDA-EPC-EVS  (Socket Version)
L This is where the AC 'live' or 'line connection is made (90-264V @ 50/60Hz AC)
N This is where the AC 'neutral' connection is made (90-264V @ 50/60 Hz AC)
P1 Relay 1 live from RCCB
P2 Reley 1 live from RCCB
GN For extemal L ED connection for green indication(5V 30mA)
BL For external LED connection for blue indication (5V 30mA)
RD  For external L ED connation for red indication (5V 30mA)
VO This is where the‘ground’ connoction is made
CP This connects to the CP connector on the IEC61851/J1772 EVSE connector
CS This connects to the PP connector on the IEC61851 EVSE connector
P5 Provides 12V continuously to energise solenoid for hatch lock
P6 This provides 12V 300mA for 500 ms to engage the lock for motorised lock
FB Reads lock feedback for motorised locks
12V Power: 12V
FA Fault
TE Test
Standard IEC 61851,  IEC 62321

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