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Item number: Z525H
Test Adapter for Electric Charging Points (single/3-phase, type 2) for PROFITEST
Single and 3-phase test adapter with type 2 plug for testing the effectiveness of protective measures at electric charging points with the Profitest Master, simulation of fictitiously connected electric vehicles and current-carrying capacity per IEC 61851-1. Extended CP test pin for testing charging points with permanently attached charging cable.
Vehicle simulation (CP) Vehicle states A through E are selected with a rotary switch.
Cable simulation (PP) The various codings for charging cables with 13, 20, 32 and 63 A, as well as “no cable connected”, can be simulated with the help of a rotary switch.
Fault simulation Simulation of a short-circuit between CP and PE by means of a rotary switch
Indication of phase voltages via LEDs Depending on the charging station, either one or three phases can be active.
Testing of electric charging stations with permanently attached charging cable by means of an extended CP test pin
Regarding vehicle simulation (CP) States A, B, C and E can be simulated in accordance with IEC 61851. The various vehicle states are selected by means of a rotary switch.
State A – no vehicle connected
State B – vehicle connected but not ready for charging
State C – vehicle connected and ready for charging, venting of the charging area not required
State E – error: Short circuit between CP and PE via internal diode
Regarding cable simulation (PP) The various codings for charging cables with 13, 20, 32 and 63 A can be simulated. It’s also possible to simulate the “no cable” state.
The various charging cables are simulated by connecting different resistances between PP and PE with the help of a rotary switch. The following values are possible in accordance with IEC 61851:
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