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Megger EVCC300
  • Megger EVCC300
  • Megger EVCC300
  • Megger EVCC300

Megger EVCC300 Electric Vehicle Charger Checker

Megger approved distributor and service centre.

Includes: Continuity/earth bond lead Blow moulded caseEVA-T1 Type 2 to Type 1 connector adaptor.

1013-576
Megger
£675.00
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The Megger EVCC300 represents a new concept in electric vehicle charger checking, providing a simple, all in one solution. The name simply means: Electric Vehicle Charger Checker 300 = mode 3 chargers.

The compact, ergonomically designed instrument allows the user to quickly ensure a charger is in a safe, working condition. This could be done prior to putting back into use following maintenance, or simply as a regular health check to ensure everything is safe and working as it should be.

The EVCC300 is capable of checking both the safety and operation of a mode 2 and single-phase, mode 3 electric vehicle charger and does it in a simple, easy-to-use manner. One of the benefits of the EVCC300 is that it not only sets control pilot conditions to allow other electrical tests or to observe the charger’s reaction, it can also read the code received from the charger.

The control pilot signal (CP) is then compared with the requirements of IEC 61851-1:2017, without the need for a separate oscilloscope. This makes the EVCC300 a unique solution to ensuring EV charger safety and reliability.

The EVCC300 can check the safety and operation of single phase mode 3 chargers with type 2 connections and type 1 connections using an adaptor supplied as standard.

APPLICATIONS

Safety and operation checks on mode 2 and single phase mode 3 charge points.
Connects to SAE J1772 Type 1 and Type 2 charger connectors only.
Checking charger following installation before hand over to customer.
Checking charger as part of a regular maintenance schedule.
Checking charger following repair before hand over to customer.
Checking chargers following manufacturing as part of a QA inspection.
Fault checking when customer reports charger issues to car dealership/service centre.

Megger EVCC300 Electric Vehicle Charger Checker Specifications
EVSE Standard IEC 61851-1:2017.
EVSE Supply Options (set in settings) 1. 230 V single-phase.
2. 120 V single-phase.
3. 208 V two-phase.
4. 240 V two-phase.
Supply Measurement
Voltage range 5 V to 300 V.
Voltage resolution 1 V.
Voltage accuracy ± 5% ± 2 digits.
Voltage measurement L to N, L to PE and N to PE.
Reverse polarity indication L to N, for single-phase option only.
Frequency range 45 Hz to 65 Hz.
Frequency resolution 1 Hz.
Frequency accuracy ± 1 digit.
EVSE Interface (EV charger function) tests
1. Proximity detection (PP) states:
Read only
No proximity.
Proximity detected, unlatched.
Proximity detected, latched.
2. Control pilot (CP)
Set and read states:
State A – Disconnected.
State B – Connected.
State C – Charging.
State D – Charging without ventilation.
State E – CP short to PE.
Read-only state State F – EVSE charger fault condition.
Maximum voltage ± 14 V.
Frequency range 940 Hz to 1040 Hz.
Duty cycle range 8% to 97%.
Maximum charging current indication according to IEC 61851-1:2017, tables A.7 and A.8.
Resistance of Earth Protective Earth Protective Conductor (RPE)
Test current 200 mA.
Resistance range 0 to 10 Ω.
Resistance resolution 0.01 Ω.
Resistance accuracy ± 5% ± 2 digits.
RCD/GFCI Tests
Trip time accuracy ± 1% ± 1 ms.
Trip current accuracy ± 3% (apply to all RCD/GFCI tests).
Personal Protection Tests, 230V Single Phase
1. RCD 30 mA ac TEST
Test current 31.5 mA AC (5% above nominal trip current).
Max. test time 300 ms.
Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave.
2. RCD 6mA dc Test
Test current ramp up at rate of 6 mA in 2.5 s, then held at 6 mA DC.
Ramp polarity positive and negative ramp.
Max. test time 12.5 s.
Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave.
Personal Protective Tests, 120V Single Phase/ 240V Two Phase
1. GFCI/CCID 5 mA ac test
Test current 6 mA AC.
Max. test time 5.59 s.
Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave.
2. GFCI/CCID 20 mA ac test
Test current 21 mA AC (5% above nominal trip current).
Max. test time 5.59 s.
Polarity selection 0° and 180° of an input sine wave.
Nuisance Tripping Tests, 230V Single Phase
1. RCD ac ramp test
Test current AC current ramp up to 30 mA in 2 mA steps.
Step time 300 ms.
Max. test time 4.5 s.
2. RCD dc ramp test
Test current ramp up at rate of 6 mA in 2.5 s, then held at 3 mA DC.
Max. test time 11.25 s.
Nuisance Tripping Tests, 120V Single Phase/ 240V Two-Phase
1. GFCI/CCID 5 mA AC test
Test current AC current ramp up to 6 mA in 0.5 mA steps.
Step time 100 ms.
Max. test time 1.2 s.
2. GFCI/CCID 20 mA AC test
Test current AC current ramp up to 20 mA in 1 mA steps.
Step time 100 ms.
Max. test time 2 s.
Touch Voltage Test
Options 25 V or 50 V limit.
Test current typically 1/3 of RCD nominal test current
Touch Contact Pad Test Dangerous voltage indication at PE conductor.
Power Supply
Battery Four AA cells.
Connections Type 2 male – main test connection.
4 mm shrouded socket on base of handle – RPE test return
connection.
Environment
Operational temperature 0 ºC to 40 ºC.
Storage temperature -10 ºC to 70 ºC.
Operating humidity 90% R.H. at +40 °C max.
Maximum altitude 2000 m.
Dust and moisture ingress IP40 to IEC60529 in use.
Safety
Standards IEC 61010-1:2010.
Safety category CATII 300 V.
Languages
User Interface English, French, German and Spanish.
User guide English, French, German and Spanish.
Dimensions and Weights
Dimensions (L x H x W) 24 x 18 x 8.6 cm.
Weight (without batteries) 583 g.

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