Pulished on May. 12, 2022The growth of the new energy vehicle market is inseparable from the construction of basic charging facilities. How to ensure the safety of electricity used in the charging process, especially to prevent the leakage current from harming life and property, is a problem worthy of attention.
Pulished on May. 12, 2022EV charging requires residual current sensors to satisfy new standards, including IEC 62752 and IEC 60364-7-722, and to avoid hazardous situations when the vehicle battery (DC) is connected to a home power supply (AC). The sensors are essential for detecting leakage currents that can flow into the battery via the IC-CPD and then to a Type A RCD.
Pulished on May. 06, 2022According to IEC 61851, it is clearly stipulated that the residual current protection in AC charging equipment shall adopt type B or type A and 6mA smooth DC RCD, which meets the requirements of IEC 60755-2017.
Pulished on May. 03, 2022In the past ten years, the use of new energy, the requirements for energy conservation and consumption reduction, and the development of technology have prompted us to re-examine the research on DC power distribution technology, application, and standards. In order to adapt to the development trend of new energy, IVY launched four DC energy meters.
Pulished on Apr. 22, 2022As the residual current protective devices (RCD) is widely used in low-voltage distribution system to prevent electric shock accidents, leakage damage of electrical equipment and fire caused by electrical leakage. RCD is widely used as a basic electrical protection device in the field of electric vehicle charging application (IC-CPD and AC Wallbox)