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Once a vehicle is charged, it stops charging, or goes into a maintenance charging state. I was wondering if there is a code or rule of thumb to use for the demand code for the EVCS.
Haja Sahib Guest. Country said:. Senior Member. Location Ohio. Haja Sahib said:. Does the following link is useful to you in this regard? Location Massachusetts. Electric vehicle supply equipment shall have sufficient rating to supply the load served. For the purposes of this article, electric vehicle charging loads shall be considered to be continuous loads.
I don't know anything about itbut that never stopped me before. I googled the thing and wikipediaed the following.
Charging In the standard, two charging levels are defined. Last edited: Nov 20, Location Atlanta,Ga. Besoeker Senior Member. Location UK. Do these cars charge directly from AC sources?
And one other thing Last time I checked, electricity wasn't free. Can you apply a demand factor to forklift chargers? How long does a facility need to be in place before you can record the actual load and use that instead of nameplates and calculations?
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EV charging. Thread starter London-born-and-bred Start date Feb 27, London-born-and-bred Well-Known Member. Interesting article. Study reveals the true premium EV owners pay to use public chargers What Car? Volkswaber Well-Known Member.
London-born-and-bred said:. It seems to me drivers who have them are staying fairly quiet about them. Quite Quiet Well-Known Member. The elephant in the room is all the time wasted sitting on charging points and finding one that works and doesn't have a Q. Last edited: Feb 27, So far no problem with charging as I expected. Since I bought the car max long job done or offered was 45 miles.
Been lhr stn ltn came back comfortably. One big massive problem is electric bc. As expected not considerate to other user.It appears the largest majority of people possible posting here including myself understand that EV's are here to stay. The percentage of the EV fleet will only grow over time. For the good of the nascent EV industry and the vehicle owner's do you not think it is about time for a regulatory agency to define a standard plug configuration?
Personally I think it is past time. Why has this not been accomplished? I could make allowances in the earlier days of EV adoption but now it is obvious to all but the most recalcitrant and hard core ICE aficionado's that an EV plug configuration definition needs to be established. Let's discuss this and see if we can accelerate this much needed process. It will happen exactly 1 year, 2 months, 3 days, 11 hours, and 23 minutes after the plug for computer monitors is standardized.
Seriously, though this has been discussed many times in the past 25 years. The problem today is that the 3 fast charging standards were developed for different purposes. CHAdeMO was designed as a urban backup charger for those rare occasions when you get a little far from home and need a little extra juice to get back.
Europe went their own way to intentionally NOT be compatible with US systems that were already in place as a protectionist move to make it harder for American companies to sell in Europe.
Discuss all you want but good luck with accelerating anything. I'm sure Tesla will have adapters when it becomes a big problem. Thanks for humoring me as well as the trip down memory lane.
Remember most automakers have been trying to kill EVs and have mostly made fugly short-range compliance EVs. Only because of Tesla is this slowly changing. Even then, automakers have no real plans for making charging easy - with clunky connectors, inconstant networks and cumbersome charging operation.
To bad none are smart enough to work with Tesla's Superchargers and connection standard. Conder the Leaf is one of the more successful EVs. CSS EVs are a rare breed so far. Jeff Hudson, You're welcome. I know of some folks who have succeeded in other places. That one happens to be free and uses chargepoint to control.
Thanks everybody. And I think it will happen. And I believe it will end up being CCS. I say that because that is what Tesla is putting on their cars going to Europe. It just makes sense to have a "standard" just like home outlets.
Is it safe? Does it meet code to install the charger? Location Somewhere over the rainbow. This is what I came up with.
Location Atlanta,GA. This is the way I see it. Maybe not the right way. If it were a new house and I was doing a load calculation I would for sure install a larger service.