Why choose ZENCAR EVSE-features of ev charging
Zencar EVSE offer safe EV charging process.
Although more and more public charging stations are now available in multiple cities and locations, the convenience and cost savings of home charging keep many consumers opting to have their own personal chargers at home. However, safety car charging should also be considered when it comes to these EV chargers from 2022.
In-cable control box (ICCB)
Between the power plug and the vehicle connector of EVSE is the in-cable control box (ICCB). This device is responsible for ensuring that safe electrical charging happens by relaying information between the charger outlet and the vehicle. The ICCB provides a wide range of protections for the vehicle and charger, including over voltage protection, lightning protection, leakage protection , and so on. Each of these protections play a key role in ensuring that the ICCB is delivering the proper voltage range during car charging.
Without the proper electrical support, the charger could overheat and cause a failure. Unlike standard AC EV chargers, ZENCAR EVSE features a temperature sensor in installation that detects overheating. To avoid the risk of a fire occurring, it is important that EVSE offers the safety of over-temperature protection on the ICCB . This protection ensures that if the ICCB should become overheated during charging, it will automatically power off.
Protection Earthing Detection
Zencar devices all have grounding detection, once a ground fault is detected, the charger automatically stops charging, to ensure the personal and property safety of the electric car owners.
It was not unusual to see common, reasonably priced ‘Type A’ RCDs installed on the EV charger supply. More recently however, a significantly more expensive type referred to as ‘Type B’ has been encouraged by various guidelines and standards.
In electric vehicle charging if the DC fault current is greater than 6mA, it could change the characteristics of a Type A RCD due to its core saturation, resulting in the type A failing to trip and a lack of detection of the DC fault. In this instance, the risk of electric shock is increased, and safety is compromised.
Zencar EVSE help you save money
Many utilities have special Electric vehicle charging rate plans that save you money if you charge at off-peak times (usually at night). Use an EV charger with built-in scheduling so you don’t have to stay up until midnight just to plug charger into car.
Zencar EVSE offer convenient option.
Charging at home, at work or anywhere is easy to achieve. Unlike wall-mounted charging station, no installation is required for Zencar EVSE, just an intuitive pairing process. The LED screen offers you complete charging status and lets you monitor power, current, voltage, temperature, and charging time in real time;
Adjust the Current You Need, according to the rated current of your electric car or your home’s circuit.