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MADE BY COMEMSO
MINI-CHARGER-TESTER MADE BY COMEMSO
- CHOOSE OUR ALL-IN-ONE SUITCASE
Simulate electric vehicles with the standards CCS1 (AC/DC) + CCS2 (AC/DC) + CHAdeMO (DC)
- MAKE IT SIMPLE IN THE FIELD
Simplified automatic EV simulation with communication and load circuit
- GET CLEAR RESULTS
PASS/FAIL result, with detailed reports for your proof
- OPT FOR SAFETY
Use special fault injection for DC-CCS
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MADE FOR USE IN FIELD
The number of public charging stations is increasing exponentially and with its production capacities and the effort for service during and after installation in field.
At the end of the production line, during (initial) installation on site, after maintenance or repair, a final functional test is required in each case to ensure that the charging station functions as expected and is safe.
This requirement poses great challenges for both charging station manufacturers and charge point operators.
By using our product, you ensure that your charging stations function properly and are safe, do not cause defects, enable fast charging and ensure error-free billing for you and your customers. At the same time our Mini-Charger-Tester considerably reduces the effort for your service team.
THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT THE PRODUCT
- Ultra-portable and easy-to-use
- With touchscreen no laptop necessary in field
- Test results are displayed in real time
- Reports are saved on device and can be transferred to a computer after testing
- Simulates two vehicles: CCS + CHAdeMO
(optional AC available)
- Simulation of electric vehicles according to CCS
(DIN 70121, ISO 15118) and CHAdeMO
- Fully automatic EV simulation in communication and load circuit
- Safety test for checking insulation monitoring
- Special fault simulation for DC-CCS signal lines
(PE line break, CP short circuit)
- Operation in field possible using a 1 kW sinus converter
(can be ordered as an option, 12 V connection must be available in vehicle)
- Integrated emulated vehicle load circuit with 300 V battery voltage and 6 A charging current (fixed setting)